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1-2 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 A. 1902 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
1900-1901 



PART V 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE 



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V-2 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



1900-1901: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure. 



Civil Government. 



Minister 

Civil Government 



Salaries. 



Contingencies, general 

n stationery 

it printing, lithographing, &c 



Chargeable to Capital. 
Public Buildings — 

Ottawa Military Buildings : New store . . 



Harbours and Rivers, &c. — 

Levis Graving Dock : Enlarging 

Montreal Harbour : Improvement below St. Mary's. 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel 

River Kaministiquia 

Port Colborne : Harbour improvements. ... 

St. Andrew's Rapids : Red River 



Yukon Territory— 

Public Buildings . . 

Telegraph Line : Quesnelle to Atlin, B.C 

,, Dawson to Fort Cudahy 

Trails : Roads and Bridges 

Yukon District Transportation : Balance due H. A. Munn . 



Chargeable to Income. 

Public Buildings, Nova Scotia — 

Digby Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Halifax New Public Building.. .. 

ii Post Office and Custom House : Renewals, &e. 

ii Quarantine Station on Lawlor's Island 

Kentville Public Building 

Liverpool Public Building 

Lunenburg Public Building : Interest.. . , 

North Sydney Public Building : Improvements 

Springhill Public Building 

Sydney Public Buildings : Alteration of fittings 



Public Buildings, Prince Edward Island— 

Charlottetown Dom. Building : Committee of Queen's Square grounds 

Public Buildings, New Brunswick- 
Chatham New Bonded Warehouse 

Moncton New Public Buildings : Renewals, &c. 

St. John Post Office : To recover roof 

H Dom. Buildings : Improvements, &c 

., Immigrant Building 

ii Quarantine Station : Improvements 

• Tracadie Lazaretto : Outbuildings 



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Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces Generally- 
Renewals and heavy repairs 



Public Buildings, Quebec — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Buckingham Public Building 

Drummondville m 

Granbjr . n 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 

Hochelaga Post Office . . 

Hull Public Building. 

Levis Cattle Quarantine Station 

Montreal Post Office : New furnaces 

,. Public Buildings : Improvements, &c. 
Peribonka Immigrant Building 



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$ cts» 



7,000 00 
56,270 78 



6,545 61 
2,418 50 
3,095 48 



75,150 64 

49,296 45 

432,557 69 

7,398 95 

1,271 33 

15,412 41 



81,276 68 
234,960 95 
12,642 67 
46,007 22 
11,176 85 



9,032 42 

33 89 
853 65 

2,091 18 
6,595 87 
1,932 28 

34 29 
1,060 50 
7,566 72 

896 75 



1,475 00 
2,018 09 
2,013 25 
6,362 39 

598 25 
17,924 13 

597 60 



11,931 19 
7,911 56 
3,218 06 
2,581 40 

20,021 06 
9,994 73 

19,425 02 
5,392 73 
1,019 17 

11,137 01 
1,210 00 



$ cts. 



43,270 78 



12,059 59 



40,481 55 



581,087 4/ 



386,064 37 



30,097 55 
375 00 



30,988 71 
11,168 81 



93,841 93 1,135,593 83 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-3 



1900-1901 : Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings, Quebec — Con. 

Quebec Cartridge Factory : Rolling mill 

m Citadel, Governor General's Quarters : Repairs, furniture, &c 

,i C. H. and Examining Warehouse,: Renewals, &c 

it Immigrant Buildings on Louise Embankment, &c 

Roberval Immigrant Building 

Victoriaville Public Building 



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Public Buildings, Ontario — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Brockville Drill Hall.. . 

Deseronto Public Building 

Ingersoll Post Office, &c 

Kingston Drill Hall 

ii Royal Military College : Additional buildings, &c 

London Custom House : Alterations and repairs 

London Drill Hall and Armoury site, &c 

London Post Office : Additions, alterations, &c 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Fitting up and furnishing offices for Cus 

toms Dept 

Ottawa Post Office, Custom House : New boiler 

ii Langevin Block : Two new boilers 

.. Supreme Court : New boiler , 

n Workshops : New boiler 

.1 Public Buildings : Renovating, painting, &c 

Paris Post Office , 

Picton Public Building 

Rat Portage Post Office, &c , 

Rideau Hall : Fire protection, renewals, &c 

ii To made good damage done by fire Nov. 25, 1900 

Sarnia Public Building 

St. Catharines Drill Hall 

St. Thomas Drill Hall and Armoury 

Toronto Dom. Public Buildings : Improvements, &c 

ti Post Office : Improvements, including automobile cars 

it ii Extension, Union Station, &c 

Windsor Drill Hall 

.1 ii Woodstock Public Building , 

Public Buildings, Manitoba — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Winnipeg Dom. Public Buildings : Asphalt pavements, &c 

Winnipeg Post Office : Improvements, &c , 



Public Buildings, North- vvest Territories — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Battleford : Repairs to Registrar's house 

Calgary Court House : Alterations, fittings, &c 

Calgary Custom House : Safe 

Carnduff Court House 

Court House, Lock-up and Police Accommodation 

- Edmonton (Strathcona) Immigrant Building 

Medicine Hat Court House, &c 

Prince Albert Court House, Artesian Well, &c 

Regina Government House : Improvements, &c 

i. N. W. Govt. Bdgs.: Refund Govt, of N. W. T. 

disbursed in 1897-8 for repairs, &c 

Regina Land Titles Office 

Swan River (Rosthern) Immigration Building 

Public Buildings, British Columbia — 

Generally : Renewals and heavy repairs 

Kamloops Public Building 

Nelson Public Building 

New Westminster Public Building 

Rossland Public Building 

Vancouver Drill Hall. 



amounts 



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cts. 



cts. 



841 93 1.135,593 83 



11,316 00 
4,087 74 
1,955 38 
4,695 76 
1,210 00 
7,997 23 



10,980 27 

18,967 90 

2,204 80 

5,490 78 

31,478 93 

4,708 39 

1,370 90 

9,040 69 

5,093 85 

6,406 81 

78 75 

937 41 

134 38 

876 32 

7,037 67 

11,413 18 

13,146 99 

794 38 

13,084 86 

2,934 45 

8,869 02 

1,828 15 

4,111 24 

5,012 49 

9,797 72 

16,604 80 

14,969 92 

22,046 29 



125,704 04 



2,458 61 
1,514 00 
3,042 33 



1,639 41 
1,071 00 
1,635 20 

664 06 
78 12 

515 35 
3,015 70 
1,157 00 

755 70 
7,844 85 

1,773 87 

14,349 43 

51 90 



6,114 83 I 

7,521 36 | 

2,882 38 ! 

35,098 50 I 

17,420 07 | 

47,830 00 



229,421 34 



7,014 94 



34,551 59 



116,867 41 ) 1,532,285 74 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



1900-1901: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 

Charageable to Income — Continued. 



Public Buildings, British Columbia— Con. 
Victoria New Post Office, Furniture. &c. 
William's Head Quarantine Station 



Public Buildings Generally — 

Salaries of Clerks of Works, Assistants, &c ...... 

Electric and other power for running elevators, &c 
Renewals and heavy repairs 



Ottawa Buildings- 
Repairs, furniture, &c 

Heating (including running of elevators) 

Lighting (including roads and bridges) 

Telephone service 

Grounds 

Major's Hill Park 

Removal of snow (inch Rideau HahM 

Fitting up offices over Molson's Bank for Labour Dept. 

Agriculture Dept. : Steel shelving 

Auditor-General's Office : Steel file cases, &c . 

Customs Dept. : Iron door for vault 

Interior Dept. : Steel file cases, &c 

Post Office Dept. : Steel file cases, &c 

Public Works Dept. : Steel file cases, &c . . . 

Ottawa and other Buildings : Rents , 



Rideau Hall- 
Repairs, furniture, &c 

Fuel and Light, allowance to Governor General . 



Dominion Public Buildings — 

Furniture 

Engineers, firemen, caretakers, &c: Salaries. 
,. n n Supplies 

Heating 

Lighting 

Water 

Mourning decorations on death of Queen .... 

Immigration Buildings : Repairs, &c 

Quarantine Stations : Maintenance 



Yukon District — 

Rents, fuel, lighting, &c: Public Buildings . 



Construction of Armouries . 



Experimental Farms : New buildings, repairs, &c, 



Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — 

. Abbott's Harbour : Protection works 

Advocate Harbour . . . , 

Argyle Sound : Wharf 

Avenport : Pier repairs , 

Barrington Head : Wharf 

Bayfield : Repairs to wharf 

Bear Point : Wharf 

Beaver River : Wharf extension. 

Big Bras d'Or : Wharf repairs 

Black Point : Wharf 

Blue Rock Breakwater : Repairs 

Boularderie Centre : Wharf , 

Broad Cove : Repairs to breakwater 

Canada Creek Breakwater : New block 

Cape Negro Island : Repairs and extension of breakwater. 

Caribou Island : To complete breakwater , 

Chebogue Harbour : Protection works 



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$ cts. 



116 '867 14 



2,476 89 
4,006 26 



8,985 76 
5,027 77 
4,891 28 



110,279 16 

64,966 65 

18,494 29 

7,150 54 

5,010 15 

3,498 56 

1,979 12 

3,903 51 

934 00 

525 00 

275 00 

12,148 90 

7,465 50 

4,507 20 



17,060 93 
8,000 00 



6,084 76 
80,446 92 

5,228 87 
51,844 62 
49,860 06 
14,827 39 
20,611 89 

3,311 33 

2,168 90 



1,200 00 

431 82 

500 00 

998 90 

1,832 22 

46 50 

1,845 60 

1,080 04 

597 71 

1,826 40 

1,971 81 

165 94 

499 93 

1,928 09 

271 69 

1,305 60 

1,798 34 



cts. 



18,300 59 



1,532,285 74 



123,350 29 



18,904 81 



241,137 58 
20,990 50 



25,060 93 



234,384 74 

46,477 12 

6,191 52 

10,027 79 



2,258,811 02 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-5 



1900-1901: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia— Con. 

Chegoggin Beach Protection Works 

Chester : Clearing back harbour channel 

Chipman's Brook : Rebuilding pier 

Clark's Harbour : Breakwater. &c 

Clementsport : Removing obstructions in harbour 

Comeauville : Repairs to breakwater 

Comeau's Hill Breakwater 

Cow Bay (Port Morien) : Repairs to breakwater 

Cribbins Point : Repairs to wharf 

Digby : Repairs to pier 

Eagle Head Breakwater : Repairs and extension 

East Chezzetcook : Wharf 

East Port Medway : Reconstruction of wharf 

Eastern Passage, Halifax : Boat harbour , 

Ecum Secum Wharf 

Englishtown Wharf . 

Englishtown : St. Ann's Wharf 

Eskasoni : Wharf 

Fox Island, Laurencetown : Repairs to breakwater 

Friar's Head : Boat harbour 

Gabarus Bay : Breakwater 

Grand Narrows : Repairs to wharf 

Great Village : Repairs to wharf 

Haulover : To repair canal . 

Ingonish, North Bay : Breakwater . . . , 

Isaac's Harbour : Wharf 

Kempt Head : Wharf 

L'Ardoise, West : Protection pier at La Bill's Point 

Little Bras d'Or : Wharf.. . . 

Livingston Cove : To complete wharf 

Lockeport : To complete breakwater 

Mabou Harbour : Repairs to pier 

Malignant Cove : Breakwater 

Margaree Harbour : Improve?nent of harbour works 

Margaree Island : Wharf 

Margaret ville : Repairs to breakwater 

Medway River : Improvement below Mill Village 

Meteghan (Cove) Breakwater : Repairs 

Meteghan River : Reconstruction of breakwater 

Morden : Repairs to wharf 

McNair's Cove : Repairs to wharf 

Neil's Harbour : Breakwater 

New Harbour : Breakwater 

North Wallace : Repairs to wharf ... 

Ogden's Pond : opening pond and reconstruction of beach protection. 

Ogilvie Wharf : Repairs 

Parker's Cove : Extension of wharf, inclu. interest on balance due 

contractors 

Parrsboro Wharf 

' Parrsboro : Repairs to breakwater 

Partridge Island : Repairs to pier 

11 Repairs to breakwater 

Pereaux : Landing pier 

Petit de Grat : Reconstruction of protection work and dredging. . . 

Pictou Light : Beach protection 

Plympton : Repairs to breakwater 

Porter's Lake : Dredging and breakwater 

Port George : Detached breakwater 

Port Hilford : Breakwater 

Port Hood : Repairs to wharf 

Port Hood Island : Repairs to protection works 

Port Lome : Repairs to breakwater 

Port Maitland : Repairs to breakwater 

River John : Wharf 

Salmon River : Digby Co. wharf 

Saulnierville : Repairs to breakwater 



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$ cts 



18,300 59 



692 21 

250 00 

1,485 47 

3.711 63 

500 05 

3,147 00 

1,000 00 

6,965 09 

3,079 98 

2,000 00 

3,388 13 

1,729 45 

1,669 25 

2,000 00 

99 30 

2,779 00 

57 08 

64 07 

1,243 63 

494 50 

179 65 

147 68 

239 58 

500 00 

24,118 00 

2,971 86 

68 53 

485 44 

72 92 

2,822 53 

1,601 95 

999 15 

6,123 64 

3,695 30 

1,205 53 

499 98 
497 11 

3,499 95 
8,848 55 
3,829 89 
1,198 71 

162 73 
16,162 00 

207 47 
2,384 53 

500 00 

2,891 23 

3,706 64 

5,000 00 

497 09 

381 68 

14 25 

500 00 

522 77 

1,200 00 

8,262 44 

2,053 60 

5,884 00 

820 38 

999 68 

2,186 00 

1,017 66 

1,697 41 

4,723 72 

1,999 49 



$ cts , 



2,258,811 02 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



1900-1901 : Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward , 

Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Nova Scotia — Con. 

Scott's Bay : Repairs to pier 

Sheet Harbour : Repairs to wharf 

Sight Point : Boat harbour 

Summerville : Breakwater 

Three Fathom Harbour 

Trout Cove : To rebuild northern face of the shore end of breakwater 

Victoria Harbour : Repairs to pier 

Walton : Repairs to breakwater . 

West Chezzetcook : Repairs to breakwater 

West Pubnico : Extension of pier 

Whitehaven : Repairs to canal 

Windsor Harbour : Shear dams, &c 

Wolfville : Harbour improvement . . , , 

Yarmouth Harbour : Extension of protection works 



Halifax Graving Dock (authorized by special statute). . 

Harbours and Rivers, Prince Edward Island — 

Annandale Pier : Reconstruction of pier head. . . . 

Bay View : Pier repairs 

Campbell's Cove Breakwater : Reconstruction. . . . 

Canoe Cove : Breakwater 

China Point : Reconstruction of head pier 

Crapaud (Victoria) : Pier repairs and extension, . . 

Hurd's Point : Pier repairs 

Miminigash : Breakwater 

New London : Repairs. . . 

Pinette : Pier repairs 

Rustico (South) : Pier repairs 

Rustico Breakwater : Repairs " 

Souris Knight's Point : Strengthening breakwater. 

Summerside Harbour : Breakwater 

Tignish Breakwater : Completion and extension . . . 

West Point : Pier extension 

Wood Island : South breakwater extension .... 
General repairs to piers and breakwaters 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick — 

Anderson's Hollow : Repairs to breakwater, &c 

Back Bay : Completion of wharf 

Bay du Vin Wharf : To complete reconstruction 

Black Brook (Loggieville) Wharf 

Buctouche : Repairs to wharf 

Burnt Church : Wharf 

Campobello (Wilson's Beach) Breakwater : Repairs, &c 

Cape Tormentine : Repairs to breakwater 

Chance Harbour Breakwater 

Chatham Custom House Wharf : Reconstruction, &c . . . 

Clifton (Stonehaven) : Breakwater 

Dalhousie : Repairs to ballast wharf 

Dipper Harbour : Breakwater 

Dorchester : Breakwater , 

Edgett's Landing : To complete repairs to wharf 

Grand Anse Breakwater : Extension and repairs 

Hopewell Cape : Repairs to old wharf 

ii New wharf 

La Tete : Completion of extension to wharf 

L'Etang : Completion of wharf 

Lord's Cove : Deer Island : Extension to wharf 

Lower Neguac Wharf ; To pay Roger Flanagan 

Main River Bridge : Wharf 

Mispec Harbour : Breakwater at mouth of 

St. Nicholas River Wharf : To complete 

Point Wolfe : Breakwater 

Quaco Breakwater : Repairs 



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$ cts. 



182,037 15 I 2,258,811 02 



500 00 
735 11 
500 03 

2,435 14 
595 37 

1,200 00 
398 81 
536 82 
496 59 

2.025 01 
1,686 86 
1,996 10 
6,360 50 

3.026 32 



1,250 61 

500 00 

4,878 22 

2,804 45 

36 00 

1,197 63 

499 46 

1,196 93 

312 58 

496 24 

504 56 

1,667 02 

5,011 44 

42 60 

1,992 00 

2,325 90 

1,526 15 

3,948 33 



597 40 

179 54 

778 14 

1,785 26 

556 63 

7,549 00 

11,457 15 

13,986 22 

190 55 

2,999 84 

4,326 51 

699 08 

1,039 93 

212 68 

284 86 

1,464 39 

1,500 00 

1,982 75 

396 70 

346 73 

1,000 00 

267 50 

335 40 

980 38 

806 52 

184 57 

420 95 



204,529 81 
10,000 00 



30,190 12 



59,328 68 2,503,530 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-7 



900-1901: Public Works: Summary of Expenditure— Con. in 

PartV 



Brought forward 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 
-Con. 



Harbours and Rivers, New Brunswick- 

Richibucto : Pier repairs 

River St. John, including tributaries 

St. John Harbour : Negro Point breakwater 

.1 Fort Dufferin 

St. Louis Wharf : Repairs 

Shepody River : New wharf 

Shippegan Harbour : Extension and repairs to protection works 

Shippegan : Wharf at Lameque 

Tracadie Wharf 

Tynemouth Creek (St. John River) 



Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Provinces Generally- 
General repairs and improvements 



Harbours and Rivers, Quebec — 

Anse a Beaufils : Improvement of entrance to harbour 

Anse aux Gascons (Port Daniel East) : Breakwater 

ii To pay contractor interest on overdue balance.. . . 

Baie St. Paul : Repairs to isolated block 

ii (Cap aux Cor beaux) : Extension and repairs to wharf 

Beauport : Wharf 

Berthier (en bas) : Repairs and open shed 

ii Widening head of pier 

Bic : Addition and improvement of wharf 

n Pier at Pointe a Cote, &c 

Cacouna : Extension of wharf . .. 

Cap Sante : Wharf 

Carleton : Extension of landing pier 

Cedars : Wharf on Soulanges Canal 

Chicoutimi Wharf : Repairs, painting shed, &c 

Coteau du Lac : Wharf on Soulanges Canal 

Coteau Landing : Dredging 

Etang du Nord : West Cove breakwater 

Father Point : Landing pier 

Gatineau River : Protection work on east side of river 

Graham W harf : To complete 

Grand Vallee : Pier . . 

Greece's Point : Wharf 

Grosse Isle : Repairs to wharf , 

Hull Landing Pier .... 

Isle aux Grues, North Shore : Construction of wharf and purchase of 

land : 

Isle Perrot, South : Repairs to wharf 

Isle Verte : Extension of wharf and new freight shed 

Kamouraska Wharf : To complete 

Lake Megan tic Piers : Repairs and improvements 

Lake St. Johu Piers, including improvement of approaches 

Lake St. John, Riviere a la Pipe : Wharf near mouth of river 

Les Boules : Wharf 

, LTslet : Pier 

Longueuil Wharf : Reconstruction and repairs 

Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of rocks 

Magdalen Islands : Breakwater 

Matane : Extension of training pier southwardly 

Murray Bay : Increasing height of wharf and erecting a combined 

freight shed and waiting room 

New Carlisle : Repairs to wharf 

Newport Breakwater 

Nicolet Harbour : Repairs to jetty 

Perce : Wharf (North Cove) 

Pointe Valois Wharf : Renewals, &c 

Rimouski Pier : Repairs 

Riviere aux Renard : Pier 

ii Batiscan : Dredging channel at mouth ". 

n Cap de Chatte : Pier 

ii Chateauguay : Dredging 



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3,228 44 
7,68» 70 
1,899 92 

594 96 

71 64 

6,814 94 

1,722 00 

1,192 96 

150 00 



1,999 99 

1,299 34 

103 15 

960 40 

1,881 42 

4.494 75 
934 21 

5,640 70 
786 38 
755 01 
2,083 82 
4,016 43 
7,399 22 

2.768 40 
999 62 

2,738 54 

1.769 82 
16 00 

3,402 13 
2,787 26 
3,999 87 
233 15 
1,953 70 
1,258 15 
9,865 12 

236 81 

876 04 

4,559 02 

4,374 38 

2,051 32 

2.495 83 
999 08 

2,352 73 
975 34 
2,521 89 
2,853 83 
9,947 04 
3,951 08 

4,879 94 

506 81 

4,655 29 

2,499 69 

4,167 85 

805 60 

7,514 19 

2,013 36 

10,488 28 

830 79 

5,099 50 

145,832 27 



$ cts. 



2,503,530 95 



99,515 90 
11,473 85 



2,614,520 70 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



1900-1901 : Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward. 



St. 

St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 



Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Quebec— Continued. 

Riviere du Sud : To complete protection of river banks 

River Richelieu : Boom east side of entrance to draw-bridge of 

V.C. Ry. at St. John 

n Richelieu : Piers and boom for protection of boats at G.T.R. 

Bridge, Beloeil 

n St. Maurice, channel between Grandes Piles and La Tuque : 

Dredging . . . 

Roberval Wharf : Reconstruction 

Sabre vois Wharf : 

Sorel Ice Piers 

Sorel Pier 

St. Alexis, Baie de Ha Ha : Pier 

St. Alphonse (Bagotville) : Landing pier repairs and shed 

St. Andre de Kamouraska : Wharf 

Ste. Anne de Sorel : Ice piers 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay : Wharf 

Ste. Emelie Wharf 

St. Fulgence : Pier and improvements 

Jerdme (Lake St. John) Wharf 

Lambert : Cribwork protection wall 

Laurent : Repairs to wharf . . . 

Mathias Wharf : Head block 

Michel de Bellechasse ; Repairs to pier t . , 

Nicholas : Exchequer Court award 

Roch des Aulnaies : Wharf 

Tadousac Wharf ; Repairs 

Temiscouata Lake : Landing piers 

Yamasks Lock and Dam : To pay le President et les Syndics de la 

Commune de la Seigneurie d'Yamaska 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs and improvements. . 
Harbours and Rivers, Ontario — 

Bayfield : Extension of piers 

Bowman ville Harbour 

Bronte : Harbour improvements 

Bruce Mines Wharf 

Burlington Channel : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Cobourg : Repairs to pier and dredging 

Collingwood Harbour : Improvement 

Colpoy's Bay : Extension of pier 

Depot Harbour : Breakwater 

Desbarats : To complete wharf 

Goderich Harbour : Bal. payable to contractor L. Madigan, including 

security deposit and interest . . . 

Goderich Harbour : Blasting and removing rocky shoal in vicinity of 

elevator 

Goderich : Dredging 

H Reconstruction of breakwater and repairs to piers 

Hawke&bury : Dredging 

Hawkestone : Wharf 

'Kincardine : Dredging , , 

.. Harbour improvements 

Kingsville : Repairs and improvements to wharf, &c 

Lancaster : Wharf 

Lake Temiscaming : Wharfs 

Leamington Pier 

Lion's Head : Repairs to pier 

ii Dredging 

Little Current : North channel improvement 

Meaford Harbour : Dredging and pile work 

Midland Harbour : Dredging , 

McGregor's Creek : To pay Taylor & Williamson : 

■i ,. E. W. Seane .......... . ............ 

Nation River, North Branch : Purchase of existing riparian rights 

and removal of dam 

North Bay : Repair* 

Oakville : Repairs to West pier at mouth of harbour 



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198 

198 

199 
199 
200 
200 
200 
200 
201 
201 
201 
201 
202 
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203 
203 
203 
203 
204 
204 
204 
204 

204 
207 

207 
208 
208 
208 
208 
209 
209 
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210 

210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
211 
211 
211 
212 
211 
212 
212 
212 
212 
213 
213 
213 
213 

213 
213 
214 



$ cts. 



145,832 27 



1,438 64 
1,504 45 

757 19 

7,799 29 
9,747 82 
2,090 76 
8,111 66 

624 54 
4,012 03 

499 15 
4,048 79 
2,028 89 
2,507 36 
4,843 91 
1,500 02 
6,933 90 
9,993 05 
1,607 36 
1,073 55 
1,003 48 
3,143 58 
2,443 15 
2,053 37 
1,068 37 

3,000 00 
12,957 02 



1,620 46 

2,991 43 

5,000 02 

11,760 62 

2,870 70 

5,009 04 

89,970 76 

596 41 

779 33 

942 24 

5,039 98 

1,804 93 

12,994 65 

33,999 54 

5,416 75 

2,862 95 

16 00 

3,771 52 

14,989 45 

5,013 13 

3,000 22 

8,466 11 

608 83 

1.488 10 
216 77 

22,914 35 

2,574 15 

250 00 

5,000 00 

2,500 00 

3.489 07 
5,019 20 



262,976 71 



$ cts . 



2.614,520 70 



242,623 60 



2,857,144 30 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-9 



1900-1901: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con, 



Brought forward. 



Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers, Ontario— Cow. 

Oshawa : Repairs to pier 

Otonabee River : Improvement of navigation 

Owen Sound Harbour : Dredging and pile protection work 

Oxenden : Addition to wharf 

Pickering Harbour : Repairs to breakwater and dredging 

Point Pelee Island : Wharf 

Port Albert : Dredging 

Port Arthur : Dredging 

Port Burwell : Harbour improvement 

Port Elgin : Dredging 

ii Breakwater 

Port Findlay : Wharf 

Port Hope : Repairs to piers and dredging 

Port Stanley : n .. n , 

Providence Bay : Wharf 

Rainy River : Removal of boulders, obstructions, &c 

River Ottawa : Narrows at Petewawa 

Rondeau Harbour : Repairs to piers 

Sarnia : Dredging 

Sault Ste. Marie : Harbour improvement 

Saugeen River : Breakwater repairs 

Scugog River : Dredging channel 

Sheguiandah Landing Pier 

Southampton : Dredging 

South Nation River : Improvement at the PitchofF 

Thombury : Repairs to harbour works 

Toronto Harbour : Eastern entrance 

n Division of Don, &c 

Trenton : Dredging channel Murray Canal to Central Ontario Ry 

Dock .' 

Wiarton : Landing pier 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : general repairs, &c. 



Toronto Harbour : Eastern entrance, special account. 



Harbours and Rivers, Manitoba — 

Gull Harbour Wharf 

Hnausa : Wharf repairs and extension 

Lake Manitoba : Additional outlets, &c 

Selkirk Wharf. 

Wharf on Lake Winnipeg 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs, &c 

Harbours and Rivers, North-west Territories — 

General i-epairs and improvements 



Harbours and Rivers, British Columbia — 

Anderson and Kennedy Lakes : Clearing outlets 

Columbia River : Improvements above Golden .... 

it Narrows between Upper and Lower Arrow 
Lakes 

.1 Protection of Bank at Revelstoke 

Duncan River : Improvement. . , 

Fraser River : Improvement of Ship Channel, &c 

Nanaimo Harbour : Improvement of South Channel 

Skeena River 

Victoria Harbour : Removal of Dredger Rock, &c 

Williams Head Quarantine Station : Wharf, &c 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : General repairs, &c 

Yukon District- 
Lewes and Yukon River improvements 

Harbours and Rivers, Generally — 

Repairs and improvements 



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218 
218 
218 
218 
218 
219 
219 
219 
219 
220 

220 
220 
221 

219 



222 

222 
222 
223 
223 
223 



$ cts . 



262,976 71 



7,505 95 
2,325 06 
9,727 28 
3,709 09 
2,700 00 

251 19 
7 50 
3,407 00 
43,945 45 
1,500 00 
5,775 95 
3,885 00 
4,938 10 
7,114 17 
6,144 00 
4,559 14 

136 50 
9,537 95 
3,568 27 

291 00 
4,282 54 
1,407 19 
2,964 00 
1,974 00 
5,017 16 

999 82 
39,917 10 

450 00 

8,507 50 

930 65 

9,375 64 



2,895 88 
5,312 68 
18,075 45 
5,986 18 
1,660 75 
3,434 38 



223 | 



224 
224 

224 
224 
225 
226 
226 
226 
227 
227 
227 



229 
230 



2,499 11 
3,242 83 

59 50 

6,053 76 

2,692 17 

54,976 44 

688 14 

5,801 41 

13,044 77 

3,850 17 

1,845 53 



$ cts. 



2,857,144 30 



459,830 91 
838 27 



37,365 32 
2,492 70 



94,753 83 
57,166 41 



6,928 06 
3,516,519 HO 



V-10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 





Page 






1900-1901: Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— (Jon. 


in 
PartV 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 








3,516,519 80 


Chargeable to Income— Continued. 






Dredging— 


231 


46,073 50 

20,844 38 




,i Maritime Provinces ... 


232 




,, Ontario and Quebec 


232 


11,500 00 




ii British Columbia 


233 


68,282 96 




Repairs to Dredge Vessels .... ... 


233 


32,115 96 
83,162 45 




Dredging : Maritime Provinces 


240 




ii Quebec „ 


244 


58.062 44 




,i Berthier en hautand Sorel : Exchequer Court award 


244 


5,835 49 




ii Ontario 


244 


21,919 11 




1 1 Manitoba 


245 


7,999 75 




,i British Columbia 


246 


20,321 79 




ii General service 


246 


3,638 55 










379,756 38 






Slides and Booms— 








St. Maurice District : Improvements and reconstruction of booms. . . 


248 


95,011 57 




Slides and Booms, Generally 


249 


3,355 67 










98,367 24 


Roads and Bridges — 








At Ottawa, over slides, river and canal, and approaches thereto 


249 


8,176 21 






250 


57,885 03 




Ottawa : Maria Street bridge 


251 


65,025 58 




Gatineau Bridge : Towards compensating municipalities of Gatineau 








and Hull for damage done to bridge 


251 
251 


5,000 00 
2,000 00 




Kemptville Bridge — Claim for damages .' 




Portage du Fort Bridge : Reconstruction 


251 


10,442 87 




Des Joachims Bridge : Reconstruction 


251 


23,304 93 




Burlington Channel Bridge : Storage battery 

Battleford Bridge : To replace old condemned superstructure.. 


252 


170 94 




252 


3,458 01 




Belly River Bridge : Aid towards construction of a bridge at Pace's 








Crossing* 


252 


2,000 00 




Bridge across the Saskatchewan at Edmonton, N.W.T.: Bal. due 








on final estimate .... 


252 


5,848 75 




Dominion Traffic Bridges throughout Canada, including approaches. 


253 


2,888 83 


186,201 15 






Edmonton Bridge — Special account 

Telegraph Lines — 


252 




25,000 00 








Gulf of St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces : Extension eastward 








to Belle Isle Island 


254 


60,981 56 




Anticosti Island Land Line : Renewal of line wire between Becsie 








River and English River .... 


254 


884 56 




Contribution to the G.N.W. Tel. Co., \ cost of construction of direct 








short line between Gaspe and Fox River. . . 


254 


1,022 00 




Magdalen Islands : Cable between Amherst and Grindstone Island. . 


254 


1,000 00 




North Sydney— Meat Cove Line— General repairs 


254 


134 49 




Gulf of St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces — 








Cheticamp-Meat Cove Line , 


255 
255 


2,127 06 
159 27 




Mabou-Cheticamp Line, general repairs 




Pelee Island, Ontario : Renewal of original portions of cable con- 








necting the island with the mainland 


255 


5,025 52 




British Columbia— 








Alberni-Clahoquot : Telegraph line 


255 


1,438 58 




Ashcroft-Barkerville — Repoiing 


255 


10,352 53 




Connection of Nicola Lakes with C.P.R. Telegraph system 


255 


223 46 




Golden Station, C.P.Ry. to Windermere 


256 


8,999 84 




150 Mile House to Quesnelle Forks and Horse Fly 


256 


3,182 09 




Telephone— Vancouver Island and Salt Spring Island 


256 


1,445 33 


96,976 29 


Miscellaneous -.- 






Surveys and inspections 


259 


40,553 80 




National Art Gallery 


259 


1,005 10 




Chief Engineer's office : Engineers, draughtsmer and clerks 


260 


49,610 02 




Chief Architect's office : Architects, draughtsmen and clerks . 


260 


24,236 48 




Salaries of chief architect and chief engineer's staffs, to be paid not- 








withstanding C. S. or other act.. . 


260 


7,398 64 




Departmental Photographer : one half salary 


260 


699 96 




Telegraph service : salaries of staff .... 


260 


2,900 00 




Temporary clerical and other assistance notwithstanding C.S. Act . . 


260 


32,990 23 




Carried forward 


159,394 23 


4,302,820 86 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-ll 



1900-1901 : Public Works : Summary of Expenditure— Con. 



Brought forward 

Chargeable to Income — Continued. 
Miscellaneous — Con. 

Monument to Her Majesty the Queen 

ii to Hon Alex. Mackenzie 

Portrait of Her Majesty the Queen 

Giatuity to widow of the late Alf. Gauvreau, asst. cement tester, P. 
W. Dept 

Gratuity to widow of late M. Gallagher, engineer, heating ap- 
paratus 

Gratuity to widow of late John Bogle, night watchman, Esquimalt 
Graving Dock 

Gratuity to family of late Frank Ricard, foreman telegraph con- 
struction, drowned in Yukon River 

Jos. R. Roy, Res. Eng., B.C., personal effects lost at New West- 
minster fire, Sept. 11, 1898 . . . . .... 

Illumination of Parliament Buildings on return of Canadian soldiers 
from South Africa 

Technical and other books of reference 



Slides and Booms — 

St. Maurice District 



Collection of Revenue. 



Staff 

Repairs 

Ottawa District : Staff 

H Repairs 

River Trent and Newcastle District 



Staff... 
H Repairs 

Burlington Channel : Staff 

ii Repairs 

River Yamaska : Staff 

ii Repairs 

River du Lievre : Staff 

it Repairs 

Levis Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Kingston Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Esquimalt Graving Dock : Staff and repairs 

Harbours, Rivers, Slides, &c. : Staff generally 

ii Repairs 

Chenaux Boom : Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. 

Collection of Slides and Booms dues 

Telegraph Lines — 

Prince Edward Island to mainland 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces 

North-west Territories 

British Columbia .... 

Yukon : Bennett-Dawson, maintenance.. 

ii Quesnelle Atlin n 

Telegraph and Signal Service, generally 

Public Works Agency, British Columbia 



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Miscellaneous. 
Unforeseen Expenses — 

Gratuity to widow of late John Redmond 

Total of Public Works Expenditure for 1900-1901 

(Note : This summary does not include $300,000 advanced to the Mont- 
real Harbour Commission, shown at page V — 18) 

Adjustment with Public Accounts. 

Civil Government (Page iii— 30) 

Public Works : Capital (Page iii— 35) 

Refunds of Previous Years Capital Expenditure Yukon Telegraphs 

Public Works, chargeable to Income •. . (Page iii — 45) 

Collection of Revenue (Page iii— 49) 

Miscellaneous ; Unforeseen Expenses 

Toronto Harbour : Special Account (Page i — 15) 

Edmonton Bridge : Special Account 

Total, agreeing with that shown above 



2G1 
261 
261 

261 

261 

261 

261 

261 

261 

261 



263 
263 
266 
267 
267 



285 



$ cts. 



cts. 



159,394 23 

4,699 20 

1,504 82 

970 39 

136 86 

110 00 

100 00 

156 00 

700 00 

4,600 00 
241 83 



268 


1,640 18 


268 


112 88 


268 


1,470 22 


268 


97 16 


268 


902 00 


269 


216 70 


269 


8,767 27 


270 


6,132 75 


270 


11,831 20 


2'/0 


494 00 


271 


1,071 59 


271 


1,248 65 


271 


1,827 37 


271 


973 33 


271 


32,434 21 


m 


16,461 34 


2/9 


12,300 06 


283 


84,536 86 


284 


27,395 49 


284 


2,768 53 


285 


1,195 32 



4,302,820 86 



17,659 70 
2,051 53 

25,943 88 
8,863 14 
2,153 71 
2,259 65 



172,613 33 



272, 



72 



80 00 



4,748,322 91 



55,330 37 

1,006,983 39 

650 00 

3,386,632 16 

272,808 72 

80 00 

838 27 

25,000 00 

4,748,322 91 



V-12 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



De- 
ductions. 



$ cts. 



64 00 


fl50 00 


f5 75 


38 00 


48 00 


30 00 


36 00 


8 25 


28 00 


*22 47 


28 00 


28 00 


*42 00 


28 00 


• : "39 32 


*45 50 


28 00 


27 00 


*47 25 


28 00 


28 00 


*16 50 


*35 00 


20 00 


20 00 


40 33 


6 63 


6 63 



Public Works Dept. : Salaries at Ottawa. 



Statutory : Minister at $7,000. 
Hon. J. Israel Tarte, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 



Civil Government Salaries ($36,270.78). 

Deputy Minister, Antoine Gobeil, 12 m. to June 30 ... . 

Chief Architect, D. Ewart, 12 m. to June 30 

Chief Clerks- 
Fred. Gelinas, secretary, June 8-30, at $1.800 

A. G. Kingston, accountant, 12 m. to June 30 

R. Steckel, 12 m. to June 30 

First-class clerks— 

A. E. Belleau, 12 m. to June 30 

E. T. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

fache, J. C, April to June at $1,650 

Second-class clerks — 

J. C. Blais, 12 m. to June 30 

R. E. Bouchette, to Jan. 31 at $1,100 

Isidore 06te, 12 in. to June 30 

R. C. Desrochers, 12 m. to June 30 

Ernest Dionne, 12 m. to June 30 

Theophile Forcier, 12 m. to June 30 

Fred. Gelinas, July 1 to June 7 at $1,200 

T. J. McLaughlin, 12 m. to June 30 

S. E. O'Brien, 12 m. to June 30 

R J. Robillard, 12 m. to June 30 

Alfred Rouleau, 12 m. to June 30 ' 

J. A. Theriault, 12 m. to June 30 

Joseph Vincent, 12 m. to June 30 



Junior Second-class clerks — 

Thos. Costigan, 12 m. to June 30 

H. J. Guppy, 12 m. to June 30 

G. Hennessy, 12 m. to June 30 

E. J. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 

Mrs. E. L. Turcotte, June 27-30 at $600. 



Messengers — 

E. McG. Desrivieres, 12 m. to June 30 

V. Lepage, 12 m. to June 30 

Private Secretary, Fred. Gelinas, July 1-June 7 at $600 



Chief Engineer's Office (V- 



), ($21,529.33). 



Amyot, P., draughtsman to June 30, 97 d. at $2, 268 at $3 

Belanger, Miss Alice, clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 

Belanger, J. C, clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 

Belanger, Nap., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Bruchnsi, Jos., storekeeper, Mar. 15-31 at $105 

Caldwell, T. D., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2 

Cantin, J. A., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Champagne, Isidore, messenger, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 

Drapeau, P., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Gadbois, L. Z., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Hampshire, C. C, clerk, 12 m. to June 30 at $80 

amount deducted, Aug. 24-Oct. 3, 1899, 41 d. at $2 

Lacas, E., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Lafleur, E. D., engineer to June 30, 8f£ m. at $233.33, 3/ r m. at 

$250 

Marion, J. E., clerk, to June 30, 214 d. at $2.25, 151 at $3 

Michaud, J. L., engineer, 365 d. to June 30 at $4. 

Moffette, Nap., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.75 

Perley, G. E., asst. engineer, 12 m. to June 30.. . 

Robitaille, J., storekeeper and plan mounter, 12 m. to June 30 at $45. 

Roy, Jos. R., superintending engineer and secretary, 12 m 

St. Laurent, Arthur, asst. engineer, 365 d. to June 30 at $5.50 



904 63 i Carried forward , 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 
7,000 00 



3,200 00 
3,000 00 

115 00 f 
1,900 00 
2,400 00 

1,500 00 

1,800 00 

412 50 

1,400 00 
641 62 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,123 33 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 
1,350 00 
1,350 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 



550 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

6 66 



530 00 
530 00 
561 ,67 



Outside 
Votes. 



cts. 



998 00 
547 50 
547 50 
912 50 

54 84 
730 00 
912 50 
547 50 
912 50 
912 50 
960 00 

82 00 
912 50 

2,853 74 
934 50 
1,460 00 
1,003 75 
1,200 00 
540 00 
2,500 00 
2,007 50 



43,270 78 I 21,529 33 



Note— The asterisks (*) denote contributors to Superannuation Fund No. 2 at 3^ per cent ; the 
daggers (t) denote contributors to the Retirement Fund. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-13 



De- 
ductions. 



$ cts. 



Public Works Department- Continued. 



Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Chief Architect's Office (V ), ($25,257.59). 

Baudry, C, draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Belanger, S., asst. clerk of works, 3G5 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Billings, W. R., architect, 12 m. to June 30 at $129 17 

Breton, Frs., clerk of works, 365 d. to June 30 at $3.50 

Bruchesi, Jos., storekeeper, Mar. 15- June 30, at $100 

Charette, Jos., architect, 12 ni. to June 30 at $83.33 

Charron, Louis, draughtsman, 12 m. to June 30 at $91,25 

Dionne, G. T., draughtsman, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.25 

Dube, W. A., clerk in Mr. King's office, to June 30, 24 d. at $2, 341 

at $2.50 

Dubois, Alf., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 

Hewitt, D. A., architect, 12 m. to June 30 

Jordan, J. W., architect, 12 m. to June 30 at $91.66 

King, Wm., mechanical engineer, 12 m. to June 30 

Lamb, J. B., architect, 365 d. to June 30 at $3.50 

Lecourt, J. P. M., short paid May 1, 1896- June 30, 1897, 14 m. at 

66c 

Lemoyne, Mrs. E., typewriter, 12 m. to June 30 at $41.66 ; overpaid 

for May, 1900, $41.66 

Marcotte, Chas., architect, July, Oct 15- June 30, 289 d. at $4 

Mackey, Chas., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 

Ogilvie, A. L., architect, May 30, 1900, to June 30, 1901, at $1,200 . . 
Paquet, F. X., draughtsman, July 1-24 at $1,000, July 25- June 30 at 

$1,100 

Richard, J. S., clerk, 12 m. to June 30 at $79.16 

Routhier, J. S. J., architect, July 1-Apl. 8 at $1,000, Apl. 9- June 

30 at $1,200 

Rouleau, J. A., clerk, Aug. 18- June 30, 317 d. at $2 

Shearer, John, clerk of works, July 1-Sept 10, Nov. 15-June 30, 9f 

m. at $100 

Taylor, L. F., architect, 12 m. to June 30 



Secretary's Branch, notwithstanding C. S. Act (V— ), ($22,586.78), 

Blain de St. Aubin, E. J., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 

Bray, Andre, messenger, 365 d. to June 30 at $2 

Chalifour, J. M., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2 •. 

Ohasse, J. A., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 ... 

Clement, J. D., clerk, Apr. 9-June 30, 83 d. at $3 

Colman, L. H., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 

Couture, D., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2 

Cusson, J. E., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.75 ; overpaid in Nov.. 

$2.75 

Desjardins, Michel, clerk to June 30, 57 d. at $2.50, 308 at $3, less 

15 d. in Nov 

Desjardines, Michel, amount deducted in 1899, 20 d. at $2.50 (see V 

12, report of 1899-1900) 

Desjardines, Nap., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2 

Doody, T. N., clerk to June 30, 18 d. at $2.25, 347 at $3 

Dostaler, Alf., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

Duplessis, Miss L., clerk, July 1-Mar. 27 at $400, $295.67, Mar. 28- 

June 30 at $500, $140.80 

^Gagne, F. X., clerk, June 1, 1900-June 30, 1901, 127 d. at $2.50, 268 

at $2.75 

Gariepy, G., clerk, July 1-Feb. 1, 17H d. at $2 

[Gingras, F. A., clerk to June 13, 18 d.~at $2, 330 at $2.25 

Hains, Henri, clerk, 335 d. to May 31 at $3 ; overpaid in Dec. $48 

Houde, Mrs. C. D., clerk, 12 ra. to June 30 at $45 

Keir, T. W., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 

Lafleche, E. R., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

- Mathe, N. M., clerk to June 30, ff m. at $66.66, 11^ at $83.33. . . 

O'Donoghue, D. J., special officer, 12 m. to June 30 

Parent, A. R., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.25 

Roy, E. F. E., special employee, Jan. 2-Mar. 15, 1901 at $110 . . . 



. Carried forward 43,270 78 



Civil 
Government 



$ cts. 
43,270 78 



Outside 
Votes. 



9 cts. 
21,529 33 



912 50 

912 50 

1,550 04 

1,277 50 

300 00 

999 96 

1,095 00 

821 25 

900 50 
1,095 00 
1,200 00 
1,099 92 
1,500 00 
1,277 50 

9 24 

541 58 
1,156 00 

1.095 00 

1,306' 57 

1.096 07 
949 92 

1,044 21 
634 00 

983 33 
1,500 00 



547 50 
730 00 
730 00 

1,095 00 
249 00 

1,095 00 
730 00 

1,006 50 

1,021 50 

50 00 

730 00 

1,081 50 

912 50 

436 47 

1,054 50 
343 00 
778 50 

1,053 00 
540 00 

1,095 00 
912 50 
988 43 

1,500 00 
821 25 
266 13 



66,554 20 



V-14 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Deduc- 
tions. 


Public Works Department — Continued. 


Civil 
Government 


Outside 
Vote. 


$ cts. 


Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 
Brought forward 


$ cts. 
43,270 78 


$ cts. 
66,554 20 

912 50 
34 00 




Secretary's Branch— Concluded. 

Savard, Philippe, clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2.50 

„ » deducted in Sept. 1898, 17 d. at $2 




Smith, Madam V., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 




547 50 




St. Jean, Miss H., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $1.50 , 




547 50 




Trainor, M. B., typewriter, July 1-Aug. 1, 32 d. at $1.50 




48 00 




Turcotte, Mrs. E. L., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $2 




730 00 




Accountant's Branch, notwithstanding C.S. Act (V — ), ($8,154-86). 
Barthe, G. R., clerk to June 30, 267 d. at $2.50, 98 at $3 




961 50 


— 


Bedard, J. B. E., clerk to June 30, 18 d. at $2.50, 347 at $3 




1,086 00 
684 86 




Dube, Tancrede, clerk, Sept 27-June 30 at $900 






Apr., $2.50 . 




906 00 


-*■ 


Morin, J. A., clerk to June 30, 24 d. at $1.75, 341 at $2.25 ; overpaid 
in Apr., $2.25 




811 50 




McKay, Louis Jos., clerk, Feb. 19- June 30, 132 d. at $3 




396 00 




Pare, Arthur, clerk, 12 m. to June 30 




600 00 




Stevenson, H. C, clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 




1,095 00 
15 00 




n M deducted in Aug , 1899, 5 d. at $3 






St. Laurent. J. B., clerk, 365 d. to June 30 at $3 




1,095 00 
504 00 




Walters, H. McD., clerk, Jan. 14-June 30, 168 d. at $3 , 






Departmental Photographer ; One-half Salary. 
McLaughlin, D. A., half of $1,400 ($700 paid by R, and C. Dept.). . 




699 96 




Telegraph Branch (V— ), ($3,912.40). 
Keeley, D. H., general supt. of telegraph service, 12 m. to June 30. . 




1,999 92 
984 90 




Keeley, Robt., clerk to June 30, Iff m. at $75, 10/, at $83.33 






Parr, J. A., technical asst. to supt., July 28-June 30 at $1,000 

Salaries of Chief Architect and Chief Engineer's staffs, notwithstanding 
C. S. Act. 

Archambault, Jos., purchaser, Apr- June, 3 m. at $125 




927 58 
375 00 




Public Buildings Generally (V — ). 
Lepine, A. T., translating (detailed with Harbours Generally) 




56 79 




Maria Street Bridge (V— ), ($1,003). 
Corriveau, R. de B., asst. engineer, Mar. -May 31, 92 d. at $4 




368 00 








120 00 




Jfaradis, Paul, asst. engineer, July 1-Nov. 30, 97 d. at $3, 56 at $4 . . 




515 00 




Surveys and Inspections (V — ), ($4,934). 
Corriveau, R. de B., asst. engineer, Aug. -Jan., June, 214 d. at $4. . . 




856 00 




Cowie, F. W.. hydrographic engineer, Oct 




150 00 




Desrosiers, L. A., asst., May . 




124 00 




Forneret, V. W., asst. engineer, Oct 




124 00 




Fraser, J. W., asst. engineer: July-Nov., 5m. at $125 ; Dec-June, 
7 m. at $150 




1,675 00 
600 00 




Lamoureux, Jos., asst. engineer, Jan. -May, 5 m. at $120 






McLean, N. B., services, Feb. -June, 5 m. at $125 




625 00 




Paradis, Paul, asst. engineer, Dec. -May, 6 m. at $130 




780 00 




Montreal Harbour (V—18), ($2,146.92). 
Clement, J D. E., clerk, Feb. 19-Apl. 8, 49 d. at $3 




147 00 








1,999 92 




Carried forward 






43,270 78 


90,656 63 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-15 



Deduc- 
tions. 


Public Works Department— Continued. 


Civil 
Government 


Outside 
Votes. 


$ cts. 


Salaries at Ottawa — Continued. 
Brought forward 


$ cts. 
43,270 78 


$ cts. 
90,656 63 




St Lawrence Ship Channel (92,049.97). 

Howden, James, supt. of dredging, July 1-Mar. 31, 9 m. at $208.33. 

Cote, Thos. : translating report of the acting chief engineer for the 
year ending June 30, 1900, 230 pages at $1.50; less charged to 
Harbours and Rivers generally, $100 ; Dredging, General Service, 
$70 


1,874 97 
175 00 




Harbours, Quebec Generally. 




350 00 




Harbours, Ontario Generally (-$2,200). 




112 00 




Desrosiers, L. A., asst.: July-Mar., 274 d. at $4 ; June, $130 




1,226 00 




McLean, N. B., services: July-Nov., 153 d. at $4 ; Dec. -Jan., 2 m. 
at $125 ... 

Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence ($2,813.15). 

Cowie, F. W., hydrographic engineer : July-Sept., Nov. -Jan., 6 m. 
at $150 ; Feb.-May, 4 m. at $166.66. , 




862 00 

1,566 65 
1,246 50 




Forneret, V. W., asst. engineer: July-Sept., Nov. -Mar., 243 d. at 
$4 ; April-May, 61 d. at $4 50 






Harbours and Rivers Generally ($1,094-57). 

C6te, Thos. : translating (details under St. Lawrence Ship Channel) 
$100, translating report 1898-1899, 152 pages at $1.50, less $180 




148 00 




Dupont, Moses, assistant in cement testing laboratory, Oct.-Feb., 
Apl.-June, 242 d. at $1.50 




363 00 




Gauvreau, Alf., assistant in cement testing laboratory, July- Aug. 
1900, 2 m. at $45.62 




91 24 




Hamel, A. tracing, 60 hrs. at 50c 




30 00 




Lepine, A. T., translating report, 571 pages at $1.25, $713.75; less 
charged to Pub. Buildings Generally, $56. 79 ; Dredging Generally, 
$129.75 ; Telegraph Service Generally, $64.88 ... 




462 33 




Dredging, General Service ($2,482.75). 
Cdte, Thos. translating, detailed under St. Lawrence Ship Channel . 


70 00 








1,200 00 
368 00 




Huot, E., clerk, 12 m. to June 30 




Lepine, A. T., translating, details with Harbours Generally 




129 75 




Pelletier, E., clerk, Sept 15- June 30, 1901 




715 00 




Telegraphs, General Service. 

Lepine, A. T., translating, details with Harbours Generally 

Ottawa Buildings Repairs. (Page V—88.) 

Bedard, Jos., labourer, July- June, 312^ d. at $1.50 

Fortier, Leon, labourer, July- June, 312 d. at $1.50 




64 88 
468 75 






468 00 




Laframboise, A., labourer, July-June, 24 d. at $1.50, 288 at $1.75. . . 




540 00 
720 00 




Scrim, W. H., labourer, July-June, 312 d. at $1.75 




546 00 




Total 








43,270 78 


104,454 70 











V-16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Public Works Department : Civil Government Contingencies. 

Stationery, May, 1900 to Feb., 1901 {$2,418.50). 

Books and maps— 

Brophy's Map of Ottawa, $1 ; Brophy's Map of Canada, $1 

Canadian Law List, 2, $4 ; Map of the World, $4.80 

Canadian almanacs, 1 at 18c, 3 at 30c, 3 at 35c; C. S. calendars, 48 at 3c 

Visiting cards, 40 pkgs. ladies' size at 15c, 40 pkgs. gents' size at 12c 

Revenue journal special, $30 ; special blank books with indexes, 1 at $1.95, 5 at $1.70 

Account boooks, 2 at 55c; foolscap book, 62c; shorthand note, 51, $1.87 

Letter books, 18, $33.90 ; memo books, 167, $73.98 ; recruits for memos, 11, $4.71 

Reporter's note, 90, $3.30 ; requisition, 5, $2.60 ; indexes, 28, $7.73 ; scrap books, 13, $19.90. 
Diaries, 1 at $2.10, 1 at $2, 11 at $1.50, 4 at $1.20, 10 for $8.36 ; scratch pads, 477, $35.83. . . 
Brief bags, 1 at $7.30, 2 at $6.55, 1 at $6 50, 1 at $5.25, 1 at $4.25 ; lettering bag, 19c. . . 

Box, $4.50 ; despatch bag, $4.50 ; card case, $1.50 ; pocket books, 3 at $1.20. 

Wallets, 2 at $2.25, 4 at $2, 1 at 60c, 2 at 55c; green silk laces, 8 doz. at 80c, 3^ at 46c 

Eclipse files, 2 at 55c; binding cases, 2 doz. at $4 ; Shannon files, 8, $3.36 

Shannon binding cases, 8, $2 ; file boards, 20 prs. at 30c, 30 prs. at 25c 

Letter files, 2 at 25c ; baskets, 16 at 85c, 4 at 60c, 2 at 50c, 2 at 45c, 4 at 40c 

Chamois skins, 7 at 34c; rubber erasers, 73 at 12c, 40 at 5c, 108 at 4c, 47 at 3c, 41 for $1.98 

Desk knives, 4 at 31c, 11 at 30c, 47 at 27c ; eyelet punches, 2 at $1.60 ; perforator, 20c 

Shannon perforator, $1.10 ; planetary pencil pointers, 2 at $4.50, 1 at $4.25 

Pencil sharpeners, 9 at 10c; penknives, 2 at 88c, 1 at $1.65; bodkins, 12, $1.60 

Paper cutters, 3 ivory at 75c, 5 steel at 14c; envelope openers, 11 at 15c 

Jackknives, 7 at 35c; reading glasses, 2 at $1.35, 1 at 38c; thermometers, 3 at 18c 

Letter press, $0.25 ; absorbent paper, $15.90 ; damper and brush, 56c 

Hand blotters, 6 at 40c, 8 at 38c, 8 at 22c; repairing fountain pen, $1.50 

Desk pads, 5 at 40c, 2 at 50c; newspaper wrappers, 300, 42c; mucilage founts, 12, $1.38. . . , 

Mucilage, 16 qrts. at 50c, 2\ qrts. at 46c, 5 qrts. at 44c, 2 pts. at 32c, 6 pts. at 30c 

Paste, 16 bot. at 16c, 24 at 14c; paper fasteners, 46 boxes, $4.61 .... 

Pins, 89 papers at 7c, 2 at lie, 167 at 12c; sealing wax, 18 lbs. at 35c, 2 at 46c 

Ink, 2 qrts. at 55c, 15 qrts. at 50c, 8 at 47c, 13 at 40c, 15 pts. at 30c, 1 bot. at 22c, 11 bot 

red at 16c, 19 bot. red at 9c, 13 bot. at 10c, 3 bot. at 8c 

Columbia ink, 1 bot., $2.85 ; stamping ink, 1 bot., $2.40 ; ink extractors, 4 at 10c 

Inkstands, 3 at $3.50, 6 at $2.30, 2 at $1.80, 1 at $1.30, 5 at 90c, 4 at 70c, 8 for $5.51 

Scissors, 53 prs., $26.72 ; hand numbering machine, $21.50 ; dividers, 1 pr., 60c 

Steel straight edges, 1 at 90c, 1 at $1.25 ; ivory foot rules, 2 at $3.50, 1 at $3 

Dating stamps, facsimiles, &c, 1 at $2.50, 1 at $2, 2 at $1.50, 2 at 75c, 8 at 90c, 5 for $2.30. 

Repairing stamps, $1.85 ; rubber pad for stamping machine, $1.47 ; ink pads, 11, $2.58 

Paper weights, 3 at 66c, 2 at 65c, 9 at 57c, 7 at 48c, 3 at 45c, 4 at 40c, 2 at 35c 

Pen wipers, 6, $1.46 ; pincushions, 3 at 32c; pen racks, 7, $1.01 ; seal, 65c 

Rubber type, 1 box, $5 ; typeholders, 3, $2.65 ; book rests, 2 at 40c; pencil tips, 44c 

Rubber bands, 257 boxes, $124.13 ; rulers, 1 steel, 90c, 4 round at 45c, 3 at 15c, 5 for 81c . . , 

Paper and envelopes- 
Blue print, 4 rolls, $14.25 ; carbon, 35 boxes at $2.40, 4 at $2.65 

Blotting, 4 T ; o rms., $33.41 ; Canadian linen ledger, 8 rms., $26.88 

Foolscap, 35| rms., $130.31 ; B. B. foolscap, i rm., $1.19 ; B. B. letter, h rm., $2.70 

Letter, 6 rms., $11.36 ; manifold, 16h boxes at 60c, 3 at 63c,, 2 at $1.25 

Note, 23 rms., $32.78 ; mourning note, 3 boxes at 90c; B. B. envelopes, 1,200, $9.37 

Portfolio, 2-94 rms. at $7.50 ; printing, | rm., 52c; vandyke, 4 rolls at $7.60 

Wrapping, 9| rms , $40.26 ; envelopes, 36,275, $110.82 

Pens, 147 boxes, $42.84 ; fountain pen, $5 ; penholders, 369, $12.17 

Pencils, 90 doz., $26.35 ; coloured pencils, 364, $14.30 ; automatic pencils, 105, $17.51 

Leads for automatic pencils, 45 boxes at 5c; parchment binders, 6, $4.50 

Smith Premier typewriters, 4 at $102.50 : repairs to typewriters, $69.80 

Caligraphs, 1 at $102.50, 1 at $125 ; less $102.50 allowed for Smith Premier 

Extra carriages for caligraphs, 2 at $18 ; tabulators, 2 at $20 ; felt pads, 5 at 50c 

Leather travelling case for caligraph, $15 ; rubber keys, 1 set, $3.75 ; oil, 9 bot., 61c 

Ribbons for typewriters, 14 at 65c, 106 at 60c, 12 for $5 ; platens, 4 at $5.50, 2 at $2.50 

Flat top desk, $30, roller top desk, $45 ; copy holders, 4 for $7.15 

Steel tape, $1.15 ; boxwood scale, $1.15 ; taste, 12 cards at 80c, 2 at 90c, 6 at 24c 

Taper stands with tapers, 4, $2.64 ; wax matches. 31 boxes, $2.36 

Toilet paper, 18 pkgs., $1.26 ; twine, 56 lbs., $15.27 ; red seals, 12 boxes at 6c 

Putting black border on paper, $5.95 ; sundry small items, $4.86 



Less, — Stationery paid in 1901-2. 



Printing, Lithographing, <i-c. 
Printing, binding, &c, $2,668.93; lithographing, $353.99 ; parliamentary publications, $72.56. 
Carried forward , . 



$ cts. 



2 00 
8 80 

3 57 
10 80 
40 45 

3 59 
112 59 

33 53 
69 59 
36 59 

14 10 
22 21 

12 46 

15 50 
20 00 
20 85 
20 63 

14 35 

5 91 

4 60 

6 07 
22 71 

8 70 

4 80 

13 79 
10 53 
33 71 

27 29 

5 65 
42 01 
48 82 
12 15 
18 50 

5 90 

15 42 
4 08 
8 89 

128 09 



108 85 
60 29 

134 20 
25 65 
44 85 
52 97 

151 08 

60 01 

58 16 

6 75 

479 80 

125 00 
78 50 
19 36 

104 70 
82 15 
15 14 
5 00 
17 25 
10 81 



2,529 75 
111 25 



2,418 50 



3,095 48 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-17 



Public Works Department : Civil Government Contingencies— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Sundries (-$6,545.61). 

Travel of Ottawa officials: Hon. J. I. Tarte, $200; Hon. Wm. Mulock, $22; A. Gobeil 
$768.42; A. E. Belleau, $25.70; E. M. Desrivieres, $92.85; F. Gelinas, $642.70; W 
Hurtubise, $23 

Cab-hire at Ottawa: Hon. J. Israel Tarte, $126.25; A. Gobeil, $16.60; R. C. Desrochers, 
$35.50 ; J. D. E. Clement, $3.50 ; D. Ewart, $3.50 ; F. Gelinas, $185 ; H. Hains, $25.50 
L. N. Martin, $1 .50 ; R, Steckel, $2 ; departmental, $3.75 

Express and freight, $50 . 94 ; street car fares, $116 . 46 ; cartage, $1 

Gratuities, to telegraph boys, $5.75, to express drivers, $2 

Telegrams, $2,879.47 ; postage, $92.79 ; telephoning, $426. , 

Certified copy of judgment in the case St. Pierre vs. the King 

Travelling bags, 1 at $10, 1 at $12, 1 at $15 ; rent of typewriters, 9& m. at $5 

Repairing typewriters, $13.45 ; typewriter ribbon, $1 ; repairing stamps, $2.60 

Group photo of whips, $2 ; large photo of Premier, $2.50 ; cabinet photo, 35c 

Porter for looking after typewriter, 50c; repairing fountain pen, 85c; pliers, 1 pr., 90c . . 

Feather dusters, 2 at 50c; whisks, 5 at 25c, 3 at 20c; tumblers, \ doz., $1.85, 6 at 10c 

Hair brushes, 1 at 60c, 1 at $1.25 ; combs, 2 at 25c; cuspidors, 3, $1.45 

Towels, 3 doz. at $3.25 ; candles, 2 lbs. at 18c; matches, 36 boxes, $7.20, 48 boxes, $8.24. .. . 

Hammer, 60c; screwdrivers, 2, 90c; hand saw, $1 ; nippers, 1 pr., 60c; gimlet, 5c 

Soap, 12 doz. cakes, $4, 6 boxes at 75c 

Mrs. Bray, washing towels, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, 385 doz. at 25c 



Subscriptions to newspapers ($540.23)- - 

Arthabaskaville L'Union, $2 ; Berlin Telegraph, $8.25 

Berthier Gazette, $4 ; Brockville Recorder, $15 ; Chatham, Banner News, $5 

Halifax : Industrial Advocate, $4.77 ; Chronicle, $14.50 

Hamilton : Times, $12, Spectator, $3 ; Hull Spectator, $2 

Ingersoll Chronicle, $15 ; Louiseville Progres, $1 .50 

Montreal : Moniteur du Commerce, $2 ; Monde Illustre, $6 , 

Montreal : International Railwav Guide, $4 ; Prix Courant, $4 . 50 

Montreal : Shareholder, $6 ; Gazette, $6 ; Patrie, $15 ; Presse, $1 .50 

Montreal : Journal, $7.50 ; Philatetist, 50c; Herald, $6 ; Witness, $3 

Montreal, Canadian Engineer, $2 ; Ottawa : Citizen, $24 ; Journal, $3.50 

Ottawa, Temps, $3 ; Paris, Ont., Star Transcript, $1 

Peterborough Times, $20 ; Port Hope Guide, $9 

Quebec : Courrier du Canada, $9.85 ; Daily Telegraph, $15 ; Le Soleil, $12 

Quebec : Saturday Budget, $8 ; Le Bulletin Mensuel du Travail, 75c 

Quebec : Mercury, $3 ; L'Evenement, $3 ; St. John Monitor, $1.50 

St. Jerome L'Avenir du Nord, $4 ; St. Hyacinthe L'Union, $10 

Toronto : Star, 75c ; Mail and Empire, $4 ; Catholic Register, $1 

Toronto : Globe, $8 ; Railway and Shipping World, $1 

Valleyfield : La Revue Ecclesiastique, $2 ; Le Progres, $4 

Vancouver : World, $5 ; Province, $3 ; Victoria Times, $10 

Windsor Progres, $1 ; Winnipeg : Free Press, $16 ; Tribune, $24 

Woodstock Sentinel-Review, $8 ; London, Eng., Engineer, $8.76 

London, Eng. : Electrician, $7.30 ; Graphic, $9.90 ; Times, $3.16 

London, Eng., Engineering, $11.80 ; Edinburgh Review, $5.35 

Paris, France : LTllustration, $8.73 ; LesAnnales, $2 50 ; Annales des Pontset Chaussees, 

$7 . 26 ; Annales de la Construction, $4 . 50 . 

Boston, Mass. , American Architect, $16 ; Detroit Bookkeeper, $1 

New York : Courrier des Etats-Unis, $12 . 60 ; Engineering Record, $15 

New York : Official Guide, $5 ; Scientific American, $15 . 50 ; Cement, $1 

New York : Engineering News, $5 ; Engineering Magazine, $3 ; World, $8 . 50. . , 

New York : Engineering Review, $2 ; Tribune, $10 ; Herald, $10 

Total, carried to page V— 2 



Ottawa Military Buildings : New Store. 

Bourque & Lemoine ($39,190)— 

Contract complete for construction of military store building, $50,745 ; less paid in 1899 

1900 (page V— 18), $3,710 and $8,241.10 paid in 1901-2 

Additional : 2 coats of asbestine water paint to inside brick walls, $285.30 ; floor, 4 x 4 in 

strips, 40 pes. at 12c, rough sheeting, 1,400 pes. at lie, maple, 1,700 pes. at 5c 

Clerk of works, Patrick Canty, 365 d. to June 30 at $3.50 

Advertising, $12.60 ; King's Printer's account, $1.45 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

1— 2v 



V-18 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Levis Graving- Dock : Lengthening Dock. 

Thos. Powers, contract complete for lengthening dock 116 ft. in accordance with plans and 
specifications, $94.976 ; less paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 18), $21,170 

Inspectors: N. Moffette, Aug. -Dec. 15, 1900, 104 d. at $3.50; Wm. Paul, Sept. 22-Dec. 15, 
67 d. at $3.50 

Can. Express Co., freight , 

Travel'of Ottawa officials : Paul Paradis $28.70, A. St. Laurent $270.46, U. Valiquet $46.05 

Overhanging works, pointing wall and making water work, June, 1901 : 98 d. at $1.50, 135£ at 
$1.25, 19 at $1, 14J at 75c. ; carters, 22 d. at $2 

Total carried to page V — 2 



Montreal Harbour (Lower Division): Improvements below St. Mary's Current. 

Poupore & Malone, Estimate No. 4 to June 1, 1901, on contract for High Level Pier and 

two bulkheads, $87,132.25, less 50 per cent drawback, $43,572.25 

Bell Telephone Co. : exchange service, engineer's office, 411 Merchants' Bk. Bdg. Sept. 22- 

July 1, 1901, 9& m. at $70 ay.; \ y. Jan. 1-July 1, paid twice, $35; conversations, $4.25. 
Bourgouin & Cadieux : table for engineer's office. $69.25; 1^ doz. hat hooks, $6.25; painting 

and shellacing walls of 3 offices, $6.75 

Brien, Jos. : clocks, 2 at $5 ; 2 portable lamps, $9 ; sundries, $9.40 ; labour, 20 hrs. at 40c. . . . 
Clement, Jules d'Est., Montreal ($340.60) — 

Salary : Sept. 27-Dec. 10, Jan. 23-Feb. 18, 96 d. at $2.50, 6 at $3 

Travel : Montreal to Ottawa and return, 4 at $5.85 ; Montreal to Ottawa, Feb. 18, $3.50; 

pullmans and porters, $6 ; cabs, $11.80 ; hotel, $35.75 ; telegrams, &c, $2.15 

Crowe, John & Sons, opening desk at office 

Favreau, Nap., messenger, Oct. 2-June 30, 1901, 272 d. at $2 

Lefebvre, F. & Co., oiling, shellacing and wax polishing floors of 3 offices 

Legault, Albert, lettering 3 doors 

Lovell, John & Son, Montreal, directory 1900-01 

Merchants Bank of Canada, rent of offices 411-423, for resdt. eng. office, Sept. 19-Jan. 31, 

1901 at $700 per ann. — (| chargeable to vote for rents Dom. bdgs.) 

Robert, Eugene, clerk, Nov. 23- June 30, 1901, 220 d. at $1 

Robillard & Co. : Brussels, 38§ yds. at $1.40, 13J at $1.25; paper and making, $9.10; shades, 

4 at $3.93, 2 at $2.45 ; work, $1.25 

St. Martin, J. H. : inspector, Sept. 22- June 30, 1901, 282 d. at $2; car fares, $9.55; 

express, 55c 

Valiquette, N. G. : roll-top desk, $60 ; typewriter desk, $25 ; bookcase, $18 ; 2 cupboards for 

papers, $12., $16.50 ; copying press cabinet, $17 ; table, $10 ; office chair, $12 ; typewriter 

chair, $7.50 ; sundries, $29.05 , 

Vanier, Just., 2 prs. rubber boots for P. E. Amiot , 

Walker Hardware Co., The James : 4 cuspidors, $4 ; hardware, $7.91 

Freight and express : Can. Express, $4.55 ; Dom. Express, $1.15 , 

King's Printer's account, $76.72 ; Stationery Office, $395.69 

Advertising 

StalnTip^ j} t" ()i"i"2iw T fi ir^fL&f 1 ^v ~~~* 1 4 1 

Travel of Ottawa officials : P. E. Amiot,' $20.70, J. I). Clement, $98.90,' Nap. Desjardins, 

$11.10, A. Gobeil, $17.85, H. Hains, $5.25, E. D. Lafleur, $100, D. J. O'Donoghue, $10.50, 

Jos. Pv. Roy, $209.65, Mad. Turcotte, $5, U. Valiquet, $49.50 



Less — Ck. 83012, refunded twice by J. 1). Clement . 
Total, carried to page V — 2 



Montreal Harbour : Expenditure by Commission. 

Advanced to Montreal Harbour Commissioners : Sept. 7, 1900 



St. Lawrence Skip Ckannel. 

Shops at Sorel. 

Conductor of works, Simeon Cosky, July June, 12 m. at $100 

Allard, Geo., Dec-June : labourer, 19 d. at 90c, 57 d. at $1 ; fitter, 93 d. at $1.25 

Allard, Laurent, carpenter, May-June, 33^ d. at $2.50 ; Allenburg, Pr. Z,. labourer, 4^ d. at 



■SI 



Antaya, Jos., labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Antaya, Paul, labourer, lOf d. at $1 

Arel, Ferdinand, carpenter, May-June, 23 d. at $1.40; Arbour, F., labourer, Mar.-May, 59| 

d. at 81 

Asselin, John, carpenter, May- June, 31| d. at $2.50 ; Aubin, D., carpenter, Apl.-May, 29 d. 

at $1.50 



•ied forward 



$ cts. 



73,806 00 

598 50 

11 00 

345 21 

389 93 



75,150 64 



43,560 00 


93 31 


82 25 
36 40 


258 00 


82 60 

75 

544 00 

8 80 

10 00 
4 00 


127 39 
220 00 


101 77 


574 10 


207 05 

7 00 

11 91 

5 70 

472 41 

243 64 

2,146 92 


528 45 


49,326 45 
30 00 


49,296,45 


300,000 00 



1,200 00 
190 33 


87 62 
21 75 


91 70 


122 87 


1,714 27 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-19 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Aubuchon, Albert, Aug.-Apl. : labourer, 104 d. at $1, 96£ d. at 90c. ; coaling, 5^ d. at $2 

Auger, Leon, carpenter, July-June, 24* d. at $1.40, G8 d. at $1.45, 144^ d. at $1.60 

Auger, Pierre, labourer, May, llf d. at $1 ; Auger, Wilfred, labourer, 42* d. at $1, 22 d. at 

90c, 9^ d. at 80c 

Aussant, Bruno, labourer, 22^ d. at 90c, 4 d. at $1 ; Aussant, Paul, labourer, 31jj d. at $1. . . . 
Aussant, Jos., Nov.-June : labourer, 76£ d. at 90c, 71| d. at $1 ; watchman, 19 d. at $1.45. . . 

Aussant, T., labourer, 9 d. at $1 ; Badeau, Nap., foreman, 11^ m. at $90 

Badeau, Hector, carpenter, July-Oct., Dec-Apl., June, 24£ d. at $1.10. 54 d. at $1,124, 119 

d. at $1.25 , 

Badeau, Jos., carpenter, July-Oct., Jan.-Apl., June, 13^ d. at $1.40, 43 d. at $1.45, 124£ d. 

at $1.60 

Baril, Alfred, carpenter, June, 12£ d. at $1.50 ; Baron, J., labourer, 3 d. at 80c, 22* d. at 90c, 

40 d. at $1 

Bazinet, H., labourer, Apl., 7 d. at $1 ; Beaucaire, Jos., labourer, 2 d. at $1 

Beaucage, Geo., carpenter, July-May, 17 d. at $1.40, 51J d. at $1.45, 125| d. at $1.60 
Beaucage, Henri, carpenter, July-Apl., 24 d. at $1.40, 75 d. at $1.45, 85J d. at $1.60. 
Beaudry, Ls., carpenter, May- June, 39^ d. at $1.25 ; Beaulac, A., labourer, 22^ d. at 90c, 44 

d. at $1 

Beaulac, Adelard, labourer, Jan.-Mar., 12 d. at 90c, 117| d. at $1 

Beaulac, Firmin, steamfitter, Jan.-June, 144 d. at $2.50 

Beaulac, Henri, labourer, 874 d. at $1, 14 d. at $1.15 ; Beaulac, John, carpenter, 79 d. at $1.45, 

85 d. at $1.60 

Beaulac, Jos., carpenter, 94 d. at $1.45; Beaulac, Ls., jr., carpenter, 123 d. at $1.25, 127| d. 

at $1.45 

Beaulac, Ls., sr., carpenter, July-Mar., 25 d. at $1.75, 96f d. at $1.80, 89 d. at $2, 

Beaulac, Philippe, labourer, 24d. at 90c ; Beaulieu, A., fitter, Sept. -June, 149£ d. at $1, 554 

at $1.25 

Befort, Donat, helper, July-May, 8* d. at 80c, 90 d. at 90c, 98 d. at $1 

Befort, Francois, fitter, July- June, 19* d. at $1.25, 187| d. at $1.45 

Belaire, Adelard, carpenter, July-June, 25 d. at $1.40, 97* d. at $1.45, 127 d. at $1.60 

Belaire, Alphonse, carpenter, July-June, 214 d. at $1.40, 83| d. at $1.45, 1224 d. at $1.60. 
Belaire, Edmond, carpenter, July-Mar., 24 d. at $1.40, 954 d. at $1.45, 86* d. at $1,60. 
Belaire, Euzebe, carpenter, July-June, 27£ d. at $1.40, 984 d. at $1.45, 168f d. at $1.60 . . 
Belisle, Alderic, labourer, 47| d. at $1; Belisle, Amedee, labourer, 45 d. at 90c, 204 d 

$1.15, 9 d. at $1 

Beliveau, Jos., caulker, Jan.-Apl. 444 d. at $1.35, 29 d. at $1.50 

Belief euille, Horace, rivet-heater, Aug. -June, 98 d. at 55c, 161 d. at 60c 

Belief euille, Leon, helper, Aug.-Apl., 924 d. at 90c, 83£ d. at $1 

Bellerose, Edouard, helper, July -June, 25 d. at $1, 74 d. at $1.05, 193 d. at $1.15, 63| d. at $1.25 
Bellerose, Rene, fitter, July- June, 1H d. at $1.50, 16^ d. at $1.60, 281 d. at $1.85 
Benoit, Henri, labourer, Mar., 12 d. at $1 ; Benoit, Nap 



at 



labourer, 224 d. 
21 d. at $1.40, 37 



at 90c, 21 d. at $1. 
d. at $1.45, 91f d 



Benoit, Toussaint, carpenter, July-Dec, Apl. -June, 

at $1.60 

Berard, Chas., labourer, May, 25 d. at $1 ; Berard, Frs., carpenter, Nov. -Dec, 294 d. at $1.25. 

Berard, Jos., carpenter, July-June, 25 d. at $1.40, 93| d. at $1.45, 162 d. at $1.60 

Berard, Jos. W., carpenter, July-Dec, Feb. -Mar., 25 d. at $1.25, 774 d. at $1.45, 794 d. 

at $1.60 

Berard, Naz., labourer, Mar. -May, 50f d. at $1 ; Berard, Phil., carpenter, 31 d. at $1.25, 

64 d. at $1.45 

Berereron, Ed., labourer, 12 d. at $1; Bergeron, Nap., carpenter, 21|d. at $1.30, 91 d. at $1.35, 

^143 d. at $1.50 

Bergeron, Stanislas, labourer, July-Nov., Mar. -Apl., 24^ d. at 80c, 16 d. at 90c, 67 d. at $1. 

Berthiaume, Alex., carter, 64 d. at $2 ; Bienvenue, Normand, labourer, 9£ d. at $1 

Berthiaume, Nap., carpenter, July- June, 21f d. at $1.40, 654 d. at $1.45, 153 d. at $1.60 . 
Bibeau. Pierre, July-Nov.: painter, 234 d. at $1.20, 294 d. at $1.40; labourer, 16± d. at 90c, 

36| d. at $1 

Bilodeau, Jean, carpenter, May- June, 31| d. at $2.50 

Blais, Chas. B., labourer, May- June, 34* d. at $1 ; Blais, J. Bte., labourer, May, 6 d. at $1 

Blais, Chas. R., labourer, Jan.-June, 36£ d. at 90c, 91| d. at $1 

Blais, Zenon, labourer. Nov. -May, 67* d. at 90c, 43* d. at $1 

Blette, Paul, labourer, Nov. -Apl., 454 d. at 90c, 33* d. at $1 

Blette, Philippe, helper, Jan.-May, 374 d. at 91.05, 68J d. at $1.15 

Boisvert, Arthur, labourer, May, 10 d. at $1 

Boivin, Edouard, carpenter, Oct.-Apl., 85|.d. at $1.25, 26 d. at $1.45, 6.^ d. at $1.60.! ........ 

Bonin, J. Bte., Jan.-June : labourer, 14 d. at 90c, 3 d. at $1 ; fireman, 127 d. at $1.45. 

Bonin, Ls., jr., labourer, 1 d. at 50c; Bonin, Ls., sr., pattern-maker, 23 d. at $1.40, 226* d. 

at $1.60 ... 

Bosineau, Dosite, carpenter, May- June, 31 J d. at $2.50 

Bouchard, Adelard, labourer, July-June, 57 d. at $1, 50 d. at $1.05, 112^ d. at 11.15 
Bouchard, Paul, blacksmith, July-Nov., 24 d. at $1.40, 81 d. at 81.60 



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1— 2lv 



14,171 04 



V-20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Sliip Cliaimel— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Bouchard, Philias, labourer, 16f d. at $1 ; Boucher, Arthur, labourer, 50| d. at 90c 

Boucher, Geo., fitter, July-June, 26| d. at .$2.25, 2481 d. at $2.60 

Boucher, Godfroi, blacksmith, July-June. 24J d. at $1.50, 254| d. at $1.75 

Boudreau, Thos., carpenter, July-Oct., Feb.-Mar., June, 66^ d. at $1.50, 47| d. at $1.75 

Boudreault, Jos., labourer, 2^ d. at $1 ; Bourdelais, Eugene, labourer, 301 d. at $1 

Bourdeleau, John, labourer, Nov.-Apl., 11\ d. at 90c, 22| d. at $1 

Boutin, Alfred, carpenter, May-June, 331 d. at $2.50 

Braconnier, Arthur, rivet heater, July-May, 99 d. at 55c, 150J d. at 60c 

Braconnier, John, foreman, July-June, 298$ d. at $3 

Brault, Sam., helper, Dec-Apl,, lOOfd. at $1.50 ; Breton, Eug., carpenter, 331 d. at $2.50.. . . 

Brien, Ferdinand, carpenter, May-June, Bl| d. at $2.50 

Briere, Moi'se, labourer, 2 d. at $1 ; Brodeur, Pierre, carpenter, Apl.-June, 64 d. at $1.75. . . . 

Bussiere, Arsene, carter, 8| d. at $2 ; Caisse, Leonard, labourer, May- June, 38J d. at $1 

Cantaras, Augustin, jr., labourer, 22^ d. at 90c; Cantaras, Augustin, sr., labourer, 9^ d. at 90c 

Cantin, Alphonse, carpenter, May-June, 321 d. at $2.50 .' 

Caplette, Damase, helper, July-Nov., 11 d. at $1.30, 791 d. at $1.50 

Cardin, Delphis, Nov. -Dec, May- June : carpenter, 284 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 48 d. at $1 

Cardin, Nap., carpenter, July-June, 21| d. at $1.40, 95J d. at $1.45, 166 d. at $1 60 

Cardin, Narcisse, carpenter, July-June, 11^ d. at $1.40, 91| d. at $1.45, 151 d. at $1.60 

Cardin, Paul, labourer, Dec-Apl., 59^ d. at $1.15, 40^ d. at $1.30 

Carleton, Francois, labourer, July- Aug., 19| d. at 80c, 2 d. at $1 

Carpentier, Chas., boilermaker, July-May, 27| d. at $1.75, 1011 d. at $1.80, 144| d. at $2. . . . 
Carrier, A., carpenter, May-June, 311 d. at $2.50; Cartier, G., labourer, Aug., 11 d. at $1.. . 

Casabon, Wilfred, fitter, July- June, 251 d. at $1.25, 272J d. at $1.45 

Chamberland. Louis, labourer. June, 14 d. at $1 . 

Champagne, Cuth., carpenter, July-June, 26 d. at $1.50. 98J d. at $1.55, 1731 d. at $1.75. . . . 

Champagne, Desire, timekeeper, July- June, 12 m. at $75 •. 

Champagne, Elie, labourer, July-Oct., May-June, 13 d. at 80c, 13 d. at 90c, 91| d. at $1 . . . 
Champagne, Frs., labourer, 244 d. at $1; Champagne, O., carpenter, 25 d. at $1.40, 2734 d. 

at $1.60 

Champagne, Jos., painter, July-June, 20| d. at $1.20, 941 d. at $1.25, 1454 d. at $1.40 

Champagne, Pierre, jr., labourer, July, 284 d. at 80c 

Champagne, Pierre, sr., labourer, July-Nov., May- June, 24^ d. at 80c, 16| d. at 90c, 1001 

d. at $1 

Champagne, Pierre R., labourer, July-Feb., May-June, 241 d. at 80c, 66d. at 90c, 113d. at $1 



Chapdelaine, Leon, labourer, 23 d. at $1 ; Charbonneau, E.. fitter, 94 d. at 80c 

Charbonneau, F. X., carpenter, July-Dec, 23^ d. at $1.40, 40| d. at $1.45, 62f d. at $1.60. . 
Charbonneau, Pierre, jr., labourer, 7 d. at $1 ; Charbonneau, P., sr., labourer, 117 d. at 80c . 

Charron, Noe, labourer, Jan., Mar., 14 d. at 90c, 7 d. at $1 

Chateauvert, Simeon, blacksmith, July-June, 25 d. at $2.75, 2631 d. at $3 

Chateauvert, Zepherin, blacksmith, July- June, 2644 d. at $2.30. 

Chevalier, Antoine, labourer, Jan. -June, 444 d. at $1, 871 d. at $1.25 

Chevalier, J, Btc, labourer, Jan.-Mar., 19| d. at 90c, 13 d. at $1 

Chevalier, Jos., labourer, 48| d. at $1 ; Chevalier, Nap., labourer, 27J d. at 90c 

Chevalier, Narcisse, labourer, Aug. -Nov., May, 44| d. at $1, 34 d. at $1.15, 17 d. at 90c 

Chevalier, Pierre, helper, July -June, 10^ d. at $1 .20, 261| d. at $1.40 

Chevalier, Pierre, labourer, Jan. -April, 36 d. at 90c, 37^ d. at $1 . . 

Chevrier, Thadee, jr., helper, Aug. -April, 78£ d. at $1.05, 964 d. at $1.15 

Chevrier, Thadee, sr., carpenter, July- June, 123f d. at $1.25, 166| d. at $1.45 

Chiquette, Louis, carpenter. July- Aug., 224 d. at $1.25, 4 d. at $1.45 

Clement, Albert, carpenter, Aug. -May, 10fd. at $1 .45, 81| d. at $1 .25 

Clement, Alderic, carpenter, July- June, 254 d. at $1.40, 50^ d. at $1.45. 168 d. at $1.60 

Clement, Chas., labourer, 38£ d. at 90c, 771 d. at $1 

Clement, Edouard, boilermaker, Oct. -May, 97| d. at $1.25, 544 d. at $1.45 

Coderre, Jeremi, carter, 1 d. at $2 ; Collette, Ed., labourer, 40^ d. at 90c, 23| d. at $1 

Collette, Jos., labourer, Nov., Mar., May, 6| d. at 90c, 43 d. at $1 

Cornier, Pierre, carpenter, Apl.-June, 561 d. at $1 . 50 

Comtois, Edouard, carpenter, July- June, 25 d. at $1.40, 53J d. at $1.45, 162^ d. at $1 .60 ... 
Comtois, Noe, labourer, 38 d. at 90c; Cosky, Ls., patternmaker, 23^ d. at $2, 2381 d. at $2.30 
Cosky, Nap., July-Sept., Feb. -June : helper, 11 d. at 80c, 494 d. at 90c; draughtsman, 108J 

d. at $1.25 : 

Cosky, Romeo, helper, Oct. -June, 1931 d. at 60c; Cote, J. Bte., labourer, 5d. at 80c 

Coulombe, Simeon, labourer, May, 10 d. at $1 

Courchene, Alcide, bolt-cutter, July- June, 11 d. at $1, 161 d. at $1.10, 281 d. at $1.25 

Courchene, Toussaint, carpenter, July- June, 20 d. at $1.40, 93| d. at $1.45, 163| d. at $1.60. 
Cournoyer, Alphonse, caulker, July- June, 23| d. at $1.30, 84 d. at $1.35, 140 d. at $1.50 ... . 

Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
14,171 04 



61 97 
704 51 
482 08 
182 85 

32 75 
92 49 
83 12 

144 74 

896 25 

234 24 

78 12 

114 00 

55 50 

28 80 

80 62 

133 17 

83 61 
433 80 
390 36 
121 06 

17 80 
520 31 

89 12 
426 66 

14 00 
494 84 
900 00 
113 85 

497 10 

346 40 

22 80 

134 70 

191 80 
504 20 

55 25 
39 16 
30 60 

192 01 
100 60 

19 60 

858 50 

608 34 

153 56 

30 55 

73 50 

64 07 

378 70 

69 90 

193 37 
396 46 

33 93 
248 60 
377 72 
111 90 
200 88 

62 20 
49 07 

84 37 
372 56 
629 16 

188 96 
119 95 
10 00 
380 09 
425 92 
354 24 



29,792 38 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-21 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Shops at Sorel— Continued. 

Cournoyer, Bruno, labourer, July-June, 25£ d. at $1, 884. d. at $1.05, 7i£ d. at $1.15, 86£ d. 

at $1.25 

Cournoyer, Chas., labourer, July-June, 11 d. at 80c, 87? d. at $1, 31^ d. at $1.05, G4J d. at 

$1.15 

Cournoyer, Chas., jr., labourer, 1 d. at 80c.; Cournoyer, Geo., labourer, 30£ d. at 90c 
Cournoyer, H., labourer, 32£ d. at $1 ; Cournoyer, J. Bte.. boilermaker, 89 d. at $1.25, 161| 

d. at $1.45 

Cournoyer, Jos., July-June : painter, 9 d. at $1.20, 4 d. at $1,40, 91* d. at $1.25 ; labourer, 

5i d. at 80c, 95 d. at 90c, 77i d. at $1 

Cournoyer, La., July-June : labourer, 24£ d. at 80c, 82h d. at 90c, 171| d. at $1 ; coaling, 5£ 

d. at $2 

Cournoyer, M., July-June, labourer, 11 d. at 80c, It d. at $1, 18^ d. at $1.05, 87| d. at $1.15 
Cournoyer, Nap., labourer, 23 d. at $1 : Cournoyer, Pierre, borer, 49* d. at $1.15 ........ , 

Cournoyer, Narcisse, carpenter, July- June, 27* d. at $1.75, 99 d. at $1.80, 1751 d. at $2.. 
Cournoyer, Narcisse, jr., labourer, July-No v., 25^ d. at 80c, 27^ d. at $1, 11* d. at 90c . . . 

Cournoyer, Narcisse, sr., labourer, July-Nov., Mar., 30 d. at 80c, 109J d. at $1. 

Cournoyer, Paul, labourer, July, Mar., June, 23£ d. at 80c, 28| d. at $1 

Cournoyer, Pierre, labourer, Julv-June, 11 d. at 80c, 21 d. at 90c, 105£ d. at $1, 56 d. at SI. 05, 

Old. at $1.15 

Coutu, J. Bte., boilermaker, Jan. -Mar., 30 d. at $1.25, 13 d. at $1.45 

Daigle, Antoine, carpenter, July-Dec, May-June, 23^ d. at $1.10, 28 d. at 91.12&, 62f d. at 

$1.25, 42Jd. at $1.30 

Daignault, Sam., labourer, 10 d. at $1.00 : Dansereau, Jos., labourer, 2 d. at $1 

Dauphinais, J. B., carpenter, Dec. -May, 04 d. at $1.45, 77| d. at $1.60 

Dauphinais, Narcisse, labourer, 11 d. at $1.30 ; Daviau, Antoine, labourer, 6f d. at $1 . . . , 

Deblois, Jos., jr., labourer, Nov., Jan., April, 40 d. at 90c, 5 d. at $1 

Deblois, Jos., sr., labourer, Nov., Jan. -April, 29* d. at 90c, 22* d. at $1 

Deblois, Moise, labourer, 6 d. at $1 ; Dechene, Moise, painter, 21£ d. at $1.25, ll£ d. at $1.40 

Degrosbois, Tancrede, fitter and electrician, July-June, 22^ d. at $2, 274| d. at $2.30 

Demers, Napoleon, April- June, 78| d. at $1 

Denis, Adelard, helper, July-June, 24 d. at 80c, 260^ d. at $1 

Denis, Chas., boilermaker, July- June, 23 d. at $1.50, 97 d. at $1.55, 163^ d. at $1.75 

Denis, Chas., labourer, April, 21 \ d. at $1 ; Denis, Frs., labourer, 37* d. at 90c 

Denis, Henri, boilermaker, Sept.-June, 82£ d. at $1.25, 117* d. at $1.45 

Denis, John, labourer, Jan.-Apl., 36^ d. at 90c, 28| d. at $1 

Denis, Jos., carpenter, July-Aug., 18 d. at $1.50, 23 d. at $1.75 ; 

Desnoyers, Francois, July-June, 18£ d. at $1.40, 74 d. at $1.45, 154 d. at $1.60 

Desorcy, Zotique, labourer, 23^ d. at $1 ; Desrosiers, Antoine, carpenter, 74*^ d. at $2 

Desrosiers, Olympe, labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Desrosiers, Wm., carpenter, 33^ d. at $2.50 

Desert, Adelard, helper, Aug., 14 d. at $1 

Dessert, Albert, carpenter, July-Mar., May- June. 25 d. at $1.20, 99| d. at $1.25, 123^ d 

at $1.40 

Dessert, Leon, helper, Sept.-June, 99 d. at 90c, 138 d. at $1 

Dorion, Albert, Julv-June : painter, 122* d. at $1, 27 d. at $1 .15 ; labourer, 93 d. at 90c 

Drolet, Elzear, carpenter, July-May, 25 d. at $1.40, 52 d. at $1.45, 179f d. at $1.60 

Drolet, Joseph, carpenter, Julv-Jan., May-June, 23 d. at $1.40, 57£ d. at $1.45, 87 d. at $1.60 

Drolet, Louis, carpenter, Aug. -June, 63 d. at $1.25, 186* d. at $1.45 

Dubeau, Nap., carpenter, July-June, 23£ d. at $1.40, 89j d. at $1 45. 145£ d. at $1.60 

Dubois, Arthur, painter, July-June, 22£ d. at $1.20, 26* d. at $1, 63 d. at 90c, 24^ d. at $1.25, 

lOlf d. at $1.40 

Dubois, Pierre, Nov. -June : painter, 98 d. at $1 .50 ; labourer, 44 d. at 90c 

Ducap, Geo., blacksmith, July- June, 24* d. at $1.50, 9S 1 , .1. si .55, 161| d. at $1.75 

Ducharme, Alex., helper, July-June, 24§ d. at $1, 279 d."at $1 .15 

Ducharme, Alex., fitter, June. 16* d. at $1.25 ; Ducharme, Albert, labourer, 12| d. at 90c . . 
Ducharme, Alfred, July- June : painter, 6 d. at $1, 92J d. at $1.05, 23| d. at $1 .20, 62^ d. at 

$1.25, 13 d. at $1.40 ; labourer, 74^ d. at $1 .15 

Ducharme, Aristide, labourer, 3 d. at$l ; Ducharme, C, labourer, 21* d. at 80c, 32 d. at 90c, 

93fd.at$l 

Ducharme, Kdward, labourer, Nov.-June, 53* d. at 90c, 84£ d. at $1, 21 d. at $1.15 

Ducharme, Francois, labourer, Apr. -June, 19^ d. at $1 

Duchene, Jerenn, carpenter, July- June, 78£ d. at $1.25, 147| d. at $1.40, 12| d. at$1.4f> 

Duhamel, Honorius, carpenter, July- June, 20* d. at $1.10, 73^ d. at $1.12^, 151 d. at $1.25. . 

Dulac, Aristide, carpenter, Aug. -June, 95^ d. at $1 .80, 152 d. at $2 

Dumas, Alfred, rivet-heater, 227 d. at 60c ; Dumas, Geo., labourer, 14£ d. at $1 

Dumas, Wm., jr., fitter, 3 d. at $1 . 15, 13 d. at $1 30, 241^ d. at $1 . 50 

Dumas, Wm., sen., fitter, Jan.-Mar., 40 d. at $2.30 

Dupre, Donat labourer, Jan., Mar., 13£ d. at 90c, 24£ d. at $1 

Dupuis, Olivier, steamfitter, Mar. -June, 95£ d. at $2 

Duquette, Cyprien, carpenter, May- June, 22£ d. at $2.50 

Durand, Edmond, carter, July-Mar., 117* d., horses and carts at $1.50, 767^ d. at $1.75. . . . 

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1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Shops at Sorel— Continued. 

Durand, Mrs. Edmond, Mar. -June, 331^ d., horses and carts at $1.75 

Durand, Hercule, jr., Aug.- June, rivet-heater, 97 d. at 55c, 148| d. at 60c 

Durand, Hercule, sen., helper, July- June, 21 ^ d. at $1, 94^ d. at $1.05, 154 d. at $1.15 . . . 

Emery, Henri, clerk, July, 1 m. at $60, Aug. -June, 11 m. at $75 

Ethier, Nap., labourer, 21 d. at $1 ; Ethier, Pierre, jr., labourer, 13 d. at $1 

Ethier, Pierre, labourer, July- Nov., Jan.-June, 6 d. at 80c, 14 d. at $1, 33i d. at $1.05, 154J 

d. at $1 . 15 

Ferland, Alex., labourer, 6i d. at $1 ; Flamant, Alex., bricklayer, Nov. -June, 14^ d. at 

$2.50 

Flamant, Jos., labourer, 16 d. at $1 ; Foisy, Nap., carpenter, 15| d. at $1.50 

Fontigny, John, carter, 6 d. at $2 ; Forcier, Jos., caulker, May-June, 39 d. at $1.50. . 

Forest, Geo., labourer, Aug. -Dec, 42| d. at 90c, 58 d. at $1 

Forget, Alphonse, labourer, 12 d. at $1 ; Fortin, Nap. labourer, 7 d. at $1 

Fournier, Onesime, carpenter, Sept. -June, 55 d. at $1.45, 315^ d. at $1.60 

Gaboury, Hector, carpenter, July- June, 24^ d. at $1.40, 147t> d. at $1.60, 64| d. at $1.45 

Gagne, Achille, carpenter, 23 d. at $1.40, 91i d. at $1.45, 134£ d. at $1.60 

Gagne, Arthur, carpenter, July -June, 22J d. at $1.40, 35f d. at $1.45, 1534. d. at $1.60 

Gagne, Jos., borer, July- Jan., Mar. -June, 22^ d. at $1, 6L£ d. at $1.05, 145J d. at $1.15 

Gagne, Jos., carpenter, May- June. 29 d. at $1.60 



Gagne, Philippe, jr., carpenter, July-May, 21| d. at $1.40, 86^ d. at $1.45. 1123 d. at $1.60. 
Gagne, Philippe, sen., carpenter, July- June, 23d. at $1.40, 76^ d. at $1.45, 147| d. at $1.60.. 



Gagnon, John, carter, Sept. -J an., May-June, 7 d. at $2, 52^ d. at $3, 

Gailloux, Arthur, helper, 6 d. at $1 ; Garneau, Seraphim, labourer, 3 d. at $1 

Gailloux, Chas., boilermaker, July- June, 112i d. at $1.25, 115 d. at $1.45 

Gaucher, Oscar, labourer, Dec-Apr., 61| d. at $1.15, 44 d. at $1 .30 

Gauthier, Alfred, carpenter, July- June, 26| d. at $1.60, 100 d. at $1.65, lolf d. at $1.85 
Gauthier, Art., labourer. 5 d. at $1 ; Gauthier, Jos., patternmaker, 24 d. at $1 .40, 251 d. at 

$1.60 

Gauthier, Edward, steamfitter, July- June, 25i d. at $1.50, 251 d. at $1.75, 23| d. at $2 

Gauthier, Hercule, carpenter, July- June, 23| d. at $1.40, 94| d. at $1.45, 167 d. at $1.60. . . . 

Gauthier, Naz., May- June : carpenter, 40^ d. at $1 .35 ; labourer, 5 d. at $1 

Gauthier, Philippe, helper, July-June, 25 d. at $1.50, 255| d. at $1.75 

Gauthier, Pierre, carpenter, July- June, 22| d. at $1.40, 96£ d. at $1.45, 1514, d. at $1.60. . . . 
Gauthier, Zepherin, carpenter, July -June, 25 d. at $1.40, 50£ d. at $1.45, 157i d. at $1.60. . . 

Gendron, Alex., foreman, July- June, 11£ d at $1.75, 18J d. at $2, 2b'6| d. at *2.50 

Gendron, Alfred, carpenter, 12J d. at $1.50 ; Gendron, Jos., carpenter, 31^ d. at $2.50. 

Gendron, Arthur, carpenter, July- June, 22 d. at $1.10, 69^ d. at $1,124, l 49 l d. at $1.25. . . . 

Gendron, Chas., carpenter, Jan.-June, 27 ^ d. at $1.45, 65 d. at $1.60 

Gendron, Leon, helper, July- June, 205i d. at 60c, 71J d. at 80c 

Gendron, Louis, carpenter, July-June, 21£ d. at $1.40, 35 d. at $1.45, 70^ d. at $1.00 

Germain, Jos., labourer, 2 d. at $1 ; Gervais, Michael, labourer, 1624, d. at $1.15 . 

Gignac, Adjutor, labourer, 4 d. at $1 ; Girard, J. B., labourer, 9f d. at 80c. 

Gill, Gibbon, carpenter, July-June, 25 d. at $1.40, 68^ d. at $1.45, 135| d. at $1.60 

Girard, Jos., boilermaker, Jan.-June, 31| d. at $1.60, 96^ d. at $1.75 

Giroux, Yves, carpenter, Mar.-Apr., 27J d. at $1 .45 

Godette, Henri, carpenter, May- June, 45 d. at $1 .40, 

Godin, Jos., Jan. -Apr., painter, 28h d. at $1.25, labourer, 22| d. at 90c, 8 d. at $1 

Gosselin, Wm., labourer, 22 d. at $1 ; Gouin, Pr., labourer, 334, d. at 90c, 80f at $1 

Goulet, Amedee, labourer, July-Nov., Apr. -June, 26 d. at 80c, 32 d. at 90c, 111 d. at $1 

Goulet, Leon, carpenter, 31f d. at $2.50 ; Goulet, Ls., carpenter, 29| d. at $2.50 

Grenier, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 22 d. at $1.40, 36^ d. at $1.45, 1494, d. at $1.60 

Grenier, Omer, carpenter, July-June, 118J d. at $1.25, 160£ d. at $1.45 

Grimard, Alcide, July- June : painter, 23 d. at $1.20, 86£d. at $1.25, 66 d. at $1.40 ; labourer, 

• 79 d. at 90c, 12i d. at $1 

Grimard, Phillippe, painter, Mar. -June, 8| d. at $1 .25, 70J d. at $1.50 

Groleau, Clodemire, labourer, July -June, 24 d. at 80c, 66 d. at 90c, 1564; d. at $1 

Grondines, Chas., caulker, 25 d. at $1.30, 100 d. at $1.35, 165| d. at $1.50 

Guertin, Chas., July-June : helper, 25 d. at $1 ; boilermaker, 1654, d. at $1.15, 97£ d. at $1.05 

Guertin, Octavien, labourer, July -June, 24 d. at $1, 1004, d. at $1.05, 175^ d. at $1.15 

Guertin, Vincent, carpenter, 28i d. at $1.40 ; Guilbault, Alf., labourer, 45| d. at $1 

Guevrement, J. Bte., labourer, Feb. -Apr., 22* d. at 90c, 20| d. at $1 

Guevrement, Jos., helper, July- June, 23 d. at" $1.30, 2304, d. at $1.50 

Guilbault, Arthur, labourer, Nov.-Jan, Mar.-Apr., 25| d. at 90c, 27? d. at $1 , 

Guilbault, Chas., carpenter, July-Mar., 67£ d. at $1.20, 11 d. at $1.25, 68 d. at $1.40 

Guilbault, Ed., helper, 38J d. at 25c; Guilbault, Emile, fitter, 25 d. at $2, 280^ d. at $2.30. . . 

Guibault, Geo., carpenter, May-June, 43£ d. at $1 . 30 

Guilbault, Jos., July- June : labourer, 4 d. at 80c, 76 d. at 90c, 153 d. at $1 ; coaling, 4| d. 

at $2 

Guinard, Pierre, labourer, 214, d. at $1 ; Hamel, Eph., caulker, 32 d. at $1.35, 43f d. at $1.50 
Hanley, Wm., helper, 16| d. at $1 ; Hardy, Geo., labourer, 3i d. at $1 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-23 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Shops at Sorcl — Continued. 

Harpin, Napoleon, carpenter, July -June, 25 d. at $1.40, 269f d. at $1.60 

Harpin, Philippe, boilermaker, July- June, 120* d. at $1.25, 166 d. at $1.45 

Hayden, John, helper, July-June, 261 d. at $1 . 15 

Herreault, Victor, labourer, 21* d. at $1 ; Hervieux, Honore, labourer, 94; d. at $1 ... . 

Hogue, Donat, fitter, July- June, 24 d. at $1 . 25, 265J d. at $1 . 45 

Huard, Robert, carpenter, July- June, 28J d. at $1.40, 98 d. at $1.45, 157£ d. at $1.60 

Hurteau, Adelard, labourer, 30 d. at $1 ; Hurteau, Damase, labourer, 22 d. at 90c 

Jalais, Edmond, labourer, July- Aug., 23* d. at 80c, 17| d. at $1 

Jeanmarie, Adelard, caulker, July-June. 25 d. at $1.30, 89 d. at $1.35, 154^ d. at $1.50 

Jeanmarie, Edouard, caxilker, Jan. -June, 34^ d. at $1.35, 98§ d. at $1.50 

Jeanmarie, Telisphore, caulker, July- June, 2 d. at $1.30, 9l| d. at $1 .35, 166 d. at $1.50 

Jenkins, lohn, carpenter, May- June, 31| d. at $2.50 

Joly, Adolphe, jr., labourer, 3 d. at $1 ; Joly, Adolphe, sr., labourer, 9| d. at $1 

Joly, Alex., painter, July-Aug., 11* d. at$l 20, 7* d. at $1.40 . . . 

Joly, Alfred, borer, 1* d. at $1.15 ; Joly, Ed., helper, 22 d. at 80c, 14 d. at$l 

Joly, Cyrille, labourer, July-Nov., June, 29* d. at 80c, 18 d. at 90c, 49* d. at $1 

Joly, Francois, Sorel, labourer, Nov.-Apr., 30| d. at 90c, 17 d. at $1.25 

Joly, Francois, St. Joseph, labourer, Oct. -June, 75| d. at 90c, 90J d. at $1 

Joly, Hector, helper, July- June, 24| d. at $1 .35, 266| d. at $1 .55 

Joly, Hercule, labourer, 25* d. at 80c; Joly, Horm., labourer, 25 d. at 80c, 12* d. at $1. . . . 

Joly, J. Bte., labourer, Jan., Feb. , Apr., 36 d. at 90c , 23 d. at $1 

Joly, Narcisse, borer, Dec-Apr., 51| d. at $1.25, 33J d. at $1.45 

Joly, Octavien, labourer, July-Nov., 9 d. at 80c, 3 d. at 90c, 37 d. at $1 

Joly, Onesime, labourer, July-Nov., Mar., 25 d. at 80c, 28 d. at 90c, 73| d. at $1 

Joly, Onesime, blacksmith, July- June, 11 d. at $2, 255 d. at $2.30 

Joly, Patrice, helper, July- June, 11 d. at $1, 256 d. at $1 . 15, 6 d. at $1 .30 

Joly, Prospere, carpenter, 90| d. at $1 .25, 122J d. at $1 .45 

Joubert, Alex., labourer, Jan. -Mar., 36* d. at 90c, 13 d. at $1 

Joubert, Jos., Jan. -May : labourer, 37^ d. at 90c, 12 d. at $1 ; painter, 52 d. at $1 .25 

Julien, Treffle, carpenter, July- June, 19| d. at $1.40, 60| d. at $1 .45, 157f d. at $1 .60 

Kane, Adelard, labourer, Mar., 12* d. at $1 

Kane, John. July -June : labourer,~29 d. at 90c, 48| d. at $1, 85| d. at $1.25; coaling, 9| 

d. at $2 

Kane, Wm., boilermaker, Aug.-June, 98| d. at $1 .25, 13l| d. at $1.45 

Labelle, Henri, fitter, 23| d. at $1.25 ; Labossiere, Alf., labourer, 75J d. at 90c 

Labossiere, Chas., carpenter, July- June, 24^ d. at $1.50. 96^ d. at $1 .55, 166 d. at $1.75 .... 

Labossiere, Isaie, labourer, J uly-Aug., 13 d. at 80c, 15J d. at $1 

Labrecque, Hosanna, caulker, 8-1 d. at $1 .50 ; Lachapelle, Art., labourer, 17^ d. at $1 , 

Ladebauche, Ben., labourer, Dec. -Mar., 604. d. at $1.55, 24 d. at $1 .75 

Ladebauche, Emile, fitter, Jan.-Mar., 523 d. at $2.30 

Ladeoauche, Leon, carpenter, July-Oct./l8| d. at $1.10, 12* d. at $1.12|, 62J d. at $1.25. . , 
Ladebauche, Leonidas, carpenter, July- June, 17i d. at $1.10, 46 d. at $1.12|, 61| d. at $1.25 

38* d. at $1.35 

Laflamme, Jos., blacksmith, Aug.-June, 16| d. at $1.45, 229| d. at $1.60. 

Lafontaine, Sam., labourer, Jan.-Apl., 36* d. at 90c, 36^ d. at $1 

Laforest, John, caulker, Aug. -June, 102f d. at $1 . 35, 161J d. at $1 . 50 

Laforest, Jos., caulker, July- June, 21* d. at $1.30, 95| d. at $1.35, 156 d. at $1.50 

Laforest, Jos., painter, Mar., 10 d. at $1.25 ; Laforest, Hector, labourer, 20 d. at $1 

Laforest, Ls., painter, Mar.-Apl., 27^ d. at $1.25 

Laforge, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 90 d. at $1.25, 127^ d. at $1 .45 ... 

Lafreniere, Alfred, labourer, 59^ d. at 90c, 61^ d. at $1 

Lafreniere, Barnabe, boilermaker, July- May, 124 d. at $1.25, 136J d. at $1.45 

Lafreniere, Ernest, July- June : labourer, 97* d. at 90c, 25 d. at 80c., 67| d. at $1 ; painter, 98! 

d. at $1.40 

Lafreniere, Octavien, painter, July- June, 23* d. at $1.20, 100 d. at $1.25, 157| d. at $1.40.. 

Lagace, Denis, boltcutter, July- June, 224, d. "at $1 . 25, 256 d. at $1 45 . 

Lalonde, Alfred, storekeeper, July-June, 12 m. at $75 

Lambert, One., caulker, 33| d. at $1.50 ; Lamontagne, Jos., labourer, 10 d. at $1. 

Lamontagne, Narcisse, labourer, Jan.-Mar., 334, d. at 90., 10 d. at $1 

Lamothe, One., carter, 3£ d. at $2 ; Lamoureux, Albert, labourer, 12 d. at 90c, 21* d. at $1 

Lamothe, Wm., helper, July- June, 12f d. at $1, 16^ d. at $1.20, 252 d. at $1.40 

Lamoureux, Ls., carpenter, Julv-June, 1^ d. at $1 .40, 261| d. at $1 .60 ... ... 

Lamoureux, Nap., blacksmith, July- June, 26f d. at $1 .50, 280| at $1.75 

Lamoureux, Omer, boilermaker, Oct. -June, 99 d. at $1.25, 103^ d. at $1.45 

ijanciau, Frangois, carpenter, July-June, 24^ d. at $1.40, 224 d. at $1.45, 164 d. at $1.60. . . 

Landiere, Geo., carpenter, July-June, 116 d. at $1 .25, 139| d. at $1 .45 

Landry, Joseph, carpenter, July- June, 2 d. at $1.40, 96J d. at $1 .45, 169f d. at $1 .60 

Lange, Adelard, labourer, 1 d. at 50c; Lange, Frs., labourer, 3 d. at $1 

Lange, Felix, carpenter, July -June, 25 d. at $1.40, 98£ d. at $1.45, 165* d. at $1.60 

Lange, Jos., watchman, July-June, 31 d. at $1.25, 332 d. at $1.45 ..." 

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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 
Brought forward ... 



Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Lange, Jos., jr., labourer, 13| d. at 80c; Lange, Phil., labourer, 1 d. at 50c 

Langlade, Arthur, fitter, July- June, 25 d. at $2, 169| d. at $2.30, 113 d. at $2.50 

Langlade, Felix, labourer, Aug., 10 d. at $1 . . . 

Langlade, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 23 d. at $1.40, 53 d. at $1.45, 150£ d. at $1.60 

Langlade, Max., caulker, July-May, 25| d. at $1.30, 85f d. at $1.35, 120 d. at $1.50 

Langlade, Thos., labourer, July-June, 11^ d. at 80c, 14 d. at $1, 96 d. at $1.05, 137^ d. at $1.15 

Laperle, Elie, carpenter, July- June, 24f, d. at $1.20, 65 d. at $1.25, 150 d. at $1.40 

Laperle, Philippe, rivet-heater, July-June, 24^ d. at 80c, 95^ d. at 90c, 159| d. at $1. . 

Laprade, Gilbert, labourer, 33 d. at $1 ; Laprade, Hormidas, labourer, 37J d. at $1 

Laprade, Pierre, labourer, April, 27^ d. at $1 ; Larue, Ant., labourer, 10 d. at $1 

Lariviere, Edmond, Sept. -June : labourer, 13^ d. at 90c, 25 d. at $1; blacksmith, 4 d. at 

$1.25, 185 d. at $1.50 

Lariviere, Pierre, carpenter, July-June, 14 d. at $1.40, 79 d. at $1.45, 155 d. at $1.60 

Larosee, Pierre, carpenter, July- June, 24£ d. at $1.20, 94^ d. at $1.25, 142£ d. at $1.40. . 

Latour, Nap., Aug., Mar.-May : labourer, 24 d. at $1 ; painter, 3Sh d. at $1.25 

Latour, X., labourer, 8h d. at $1 ; Latraverse, Nar., labourer, 22J d. at 90c, 12 d. at $1.. . 

Latraverse, Pierre, stableman, June, '60 m. at $36. . . ... 

Lavallee, Adelard, fitter, July- June, 22 d. at $1.50, 216f d. at $1.75 

Lavallee, Alf., labourer, 1 d. at $1 ; Lavallee, And., carpenter, 88| d. at $1.45, 80 d. at $1.60 

Lavallee, Arthur (barge), labourer, Jan.-Apl., 36 d. at 90c, 36 d. at $1 

Lavallee, Arthur, jr., labourer, 21 d. at $1 ; Lavallee, Henri, labourer, 39$ d. at $1 

Lavallee, Chas. , fireman, July- June, 3 If d. at $1 . 25, 326 d. at $1 . 45 

Lavallee, Ferd., carpenter, July-Dec, 10 d. at $1.10, 3lH d. at $1 12|, 57i d. at $1.25 

Lavallee, John, helper, July-May, 72i d. at $1, 82i d. at"$1.05, 127 d". at $1.15 

Lavallee, J.-Bte., carpenter, July- June, 24* d. at $1.40, 91 d. at $1.45, 170^ d. at $1.60. . . . 

Lavallee, Jos., carpenter, July-June, 20 d. at $1.20, 84| d. at $1.25, 141^ d. at $1.40 

Lavallee, Jos., labourer, 4| d. at 80c; Lavallee, Max., pumper, 31 d. at $1, 335 d. at $1.15. 

Lavallee, Napoleon, boilermaker, July-May, 101 d. at $1 25, 124$ d. at $1.45 

Lavallee, Olivier, carpenter, July-Sept., 10 d. at $1 40, 28 d. at $1.60 

Lavallee, Theophile, carpenter, July-May, 25 d. at $1.40, 21| d. at $1.45, 145| d. at $1.60. . 

Lavallee, Wilfrid, July- June, labourer, 36| d. at $1, helper, 220 d. at $1.15 

Lavaliee, Wm, helper, Oct- June, 148i d. at 50c, 22 d. at 60c 

Leclaire, Abe, labourer, 82$ d. at $1 ; Leclaire, Bruno, carter, 7| d. at $2, 1^ d. at $3. ... . 

Leclaire, Isaie, carpenter, 38 d. at $1 . 25, 65^ d. at $1 . 45 

Leclaire, Pierre, labourer, July-Sept., 15£ d. at 80c, 51^ d. at $1 

Leclaire, Wm., labourer, 6 d. at $1 ; Lefebvre, Leon, carpenter, 5 d. at $1.60 . ... 

Lefebvre, Wm., boiler-maker, July- June, 114| d. at $1.25, J 34 d. at $1 45 

Leith, Jos., boiler-maker, July-May, 23^ d. at $1.50, 94i d. at $1.55, 133$ d. at $1.75 

Le.sieur, Albert, carpenter, 8| d. at $1.50 ; Letendre, Aid., labourer, 30| d. at 90c, 32i at $: 

Letendre, Adelard, labourer,~Nov.-June, 49£ d. at 90c, 24| at $t, 9f at $1.15 ... 

Letendre, Albert, helper, July-May, 26^ d. at $1, 89| d. at $1.05, 105J at $1.15 

Letendre, Antoine, carpenter, Aug. -June, 80| d. at $1 .25, 152^ d. at $1.40, 12^ d. ac $1.45. 

Letendre, Arthur, labourer, 76^ d. at $1 ; Letendre, Donat, labourer, llf d. at $1 

Letendre, John, painter, July- June, 22J d. at $1.20, 100 d. at $1.25, 170^ d. at $1.40 

Letendre, Jos., labourer, 42^ d. at $1 ; Letendre, Odilon, labourer, 22^ d. at 90c 

Letendre, Paul, helper, July- April, 8 d. at $1, 96J d. at $1.15, 99^ at $1.05 

Letendre, Pierre, July- June : labourer, 12^ d. at 1.0E; borer, 49i d. at $1.05, 31^ d. at $1.15 ; 

painter, 34J d. at $1, 23| days at $1.20, 98f d. at $1.25, 4 d. at $1.40 

Letourneau, Geo., titter, 151 d. at $1; Leveille, Ls., carpenter, 20 d. at $1.50 

L'Heureux, Nar., carpenter, 33$ d. at $2.50 ; Lunan, Gordon, labourer, £ d. at 50c 

Lirette, Arthur, labourer, Aug.-May, 22 d. at 90c, 125 d. at $1 

Lizotte, Godfroi, caulker, July- June, 22f d. at $1.30, 90^ d. at $1.35, 169 d. at $1.50 

Lusignan, Michel, labourer, 15 d. at $1 ; Lusignan, Nar., labourer, 21| d. at 90c, Id. at $1. . 

Lusignan, Mrs. S., sewing, 2| d. at 80c; Lussier, Levis, labourer, 79 d. at $1. 

Lus'sier, Donat, messenger, July-June, 25 d. at 80c, 261| d. at $1 

Lussier, Edouard, caulker, July-June, 27i d. at $1.30, 98^ d. at $1 .35, 146| d. at $1.50 

Lussier, Eusebe, carpenter, July-June, 25^ d. at $1.40, 156 d. at $1.60, 55^ d. at $1.45 

Lussier, Gonzague, foreman caulker, July- June, 28f d. at $1.75, 272| d. at $2 

Lussier, Henri, labourer, Nov., Jan., Mar., 13 d. at 90c, 38^ d. at $1 

Lussier, Jos., oakum, July- June, 67$ d. at 60c, 215| d. at 80c 

Lussier, Nap., helper, July-June, 22|- d. at 90c, 120| d. at $1, 63| d. at $1.05, 66^ d. at $1.15 

Lussier, Odilon, caulker, July-June, 29| d. at $1.30, 98 d. at $1.35, 149£ d. at $1.50 

Lussier, Vertume, labourer, Jan. -Mar., 61 d. at $1 

Manceau, Olivier, carpenter, July-Dec, May, June, 24i d. at $1.40, 39^ d. at $1.45, 93| d. 

at $1.60 

Mandeville, Mrs. C, washing and sewing, July-June, 19| d. at 60c, 185 d. at 80c 

Mandeville, Damase, Sept. -April: labourer, 92 d. at 90c, 19| d. at $1; painter, 17 d. at 

$1.25; coaling, 4Jd. at $2 

Mandeville, Eugene, labourer, 11 d. at $1 ; Mandeville, Jonas, labourer, 25 d. at 80c, 69 d. 

at $1 



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62 50 
223 42 

293 03 

45 25 

83 50 

144 80 

405 22 

35 35 

81 00 

281 75 

388 83 

365 41 

595 81 

50 20 

212 95 

283 12 

394 86 

61 00 

240 77 
159 70 

133 04 

100 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-25 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel -Continued. 
Brought forward 



Shops at Sorcl — Continued. 

Mandeville, Philippe, carpenter, July-Nov., 39i d. at $1 .25, 63i d. at $1.45 

Mandeville, Pierre, borer, July- June, 25 d. at $1.20, 97| d. at $1.25, 146± d. at $1.40 

Marcotte, Albert, foreman labourer, Jan. -Mar., 35J d. at $1.55, 22 d. at $1.75 

Marcotte, Arthur, labourer, April-Mar., 15h d. at 90c, 26j; d. at $1 

Marcotte, Come, labourer, 16^ d. at $1 ; Marcotte, Romeo, labourer, 10^, d. at $1 

Marcctte, Edmond, labourer, Nov. -April, 72A d. at $1.05, 36 d. at $1.15 

Marcoux, Stanislas, carpenter, Sept. -Mar., 92i d. at $1.45, 41 d. at $1.60 

Martel, Edouard, jr., helper, July-May, 25 d. at $1, 98^ d. at $1.05, 131 d. at $1.15 

Martel, Edouard, sr., July-Nov., Mar. -June, bricklayer, 50f d. at $2 ; labourer, 9 d. at $1. . . 

Martel, John, Aug. -Nov.: labourer, 32^ d. at 90c, 48£ at $1 ; coaling, »\ d. at $2 

Martin, Damase, boiler-maker, Sept. June, 92^ d. at $1.55, 100.^ d. at $1.75 

Martineau, Albert, carpenter, 17 d. at $1.40 ; Martineau, Zeph., labourer, 50^ d. at $1 

Martineau, Emmanuel, helper, July- June, 11 d. at $1, 14 d. at $1.25, 249| d. at $1.45 

Martineau, Jos., fitter, July-June, 19 d. at $1 .50, 233 d. at $1 . 75 , 

Martineau, Ovila, rivet-heater, Oct. -May, 88 d. at 55c, 72 d. at 60c 

Masse, Edouard, carpenter, 59 d. at $1 .50; Masse, Paul, carpenter, 31^ d. at $1.40 

Mathieu, Henri, labourer, Nov. -April, 324 d. at 90c, 454 d. at $1 

Mathieu, John, fitter, 3 d. at $1.25 ; Matte, Max., carpenter, 1^ d. at $1.40, 37^ d. at $1.45, 
122| d. at $1 .60 

Mathieu, Jos., boiler-maker, Aug.- June, 604 d. at $1 . 25, 139^ d. at $1 45 

Matte, Damase, fitter, July- June, 9^ d. at $1.75, 15 d. at $2, 240 d. at $2.30 

Matte, John, boiler-maker, Jan.-Mar., 36| d. at $1.35, 15 d. at $1.50 

Matte, Octave, labourer, Dec -April, 59^ d, at 90c, 40 d. at $1 

Matte, Omer, labourer, Nov.-April, 494 d. at 90c, 494 d. at $1 

Matte, Raphael, labourer, Dec-Mar., 57jd. at $1.15,"l7 d. at $1.30 

Matton, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 26 d. at $1.40, 80 d. at $1 .45, 166^ d. at $1.60 

Matton, Treffle, carpenter, July-May, 25 d. at $1.50, 13 d. at $1.60, 52 d. at $1.55, 91| d. at 
si. 75 , ... 

Menard, Jos., carpenter, Aug. -June, 88£ d. at $1.35, 146 d. at $1.50 

Millette, Adelard, labourer, 17 d. at $1 ; Millette, Magloire, carter, 148 d. at $2 

Millette, Chas., Nov. -May : night fireman, L004 d. at $1 .45 ; labourer, 52| d. at $1 

Millette, Magloire, July- June : labourer, 25 d. at $1, 27£ d. at $1.05, 108^ d. at $1.15 ; watch- 
man, 150 d. at $1.45 

Millette, Paul, helper, 10J d. at $1.15 ; Millette, Pierre, labourer, 20| d. at $1 

Moisan, Arthur, pattern-keeper, July- June, 22£ d. at $1.50, 215 d. at $1.75 

Monarque, Alphonse, painter, Jan. -June, 40 d. at $1 .25, 64 d. at $1 .40, 3d. at $1.50 

Mondor, Geo., labourer, Id. at $1 ; Mongeau, A., labourer, 5 d. at $1 

Mongeau, Ls., labourer, 3 d. at $1 ; Mongeon, Ed., labourer, 66| d. at 90c, 37 d. at $1 

Mongeon, Donat, July-June : rivet-heater, 25^ d. at 80c; helper, 95 d. at 90c, 159 d. at $1. . . 

Mongeon, Ls., July-June : night fireman, 31 d. at $1.25, 118 d. at $1.45 ; labourer, 95 d. at $1. 

Mongrain, Ephrem, labourer, 27 d. at $1 ; Moreau, Gedeon, labourer, 11 d. at 80c 

Moreau, Nazaire, carpenter, July June, 25 d. at $1.40, 100 d. at $1.45, 163^ d. at $1.60 

Morency, Elzear, carpenter, 9| d. at $2 50 ; Myrand, Jos., carpenter, 31| d. at $2.50 

McKenzie, Emile, carpenter, Oct. -Dec, May, 32 d. at $1.25, 9 d. at $1 .40 

McKenzie, Henry, carpenter, July-May, 25* d. at $1 .50, 87 i d. at $1 .80, 134^ d. at $2 

McKercher, A., carpenter, May, June, 41f d. at $1 .50 

Nadeau, Alphonse, labourer, 21 d. at 90c, 6 d. at $1 ; Nadeau, J. Bte., labourer, 9 d. at $1. . 

Nadeau, Jos , labourer, Aug., 6 d. at $1, 5 d. at $1 . 15 

Neault, Chas., carpenter, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 23 d, at $1 .50, 5 d. at $1.55, 120| d. at$1.75 

Page, Delphis, carpenter, July- June, 244 d. at $1.40, 56 d. at $1.45, 157^ d. at $1.60 

Page, Eugene, carpenter, Aug. -Nov., 19~d. at $1 . 25, 47if d. at $1 . 45 

Page, Nap., labourer, 6£ d. at $1 ; Parent, Euclide, labourer, 3 d. at $1 

Papineau, Ovila, labourer, July-Aug., 22 d. at 80c, 9 d. at $1 

Parent, Amedee, helper, July-June, 281 d. at 60c 

Parent, Ludger, labourer, Nov. -Mar., 49 d. at 90c, 21 i d. at $1 

Parenteau, Cyrille, carpenter, June, 214 d. at $1 .40 

Paul, Mrs. Calixte, washing and sewing, July- June, 20^ d. at 60c, 185f d. at 80c 

Paul, Edouard, labourer, Nov.-ApL, 48| d. at 90c, 404 d. at $1 

Paul, Felix, carpenter, July- June, 24^ d. at $1 .40, 97| d. at $1.45, 1704 d. at $1 .60 

Paul, Gregoire, labourer, 26^ d. at $1 ; Paul, Henri, painter, 75 d. at $1.25 

Paul, Louis, labourer, July-Oct., 8 d. at 80c, 11 d. at 90c, 61 d. at $1 

Paul, Pierre, labourer, 22^ d. at 90c ; Paul, Theo., labourer, 47 d. at $1 

Paulet, Arsene, pattern-maker, July- June, 24 d. at $1 .75, 253 d. at $2 

Paulet, Leandre, labourer, July- June, 25 d. at 80c, 19^ d. at 90c, 141^ d. at $1 

Paulet, Xavier, jr., carpenter, Sept. -A pi. , 73^ d. at $1 .25, 45£ d. at $1.45 

Paulet, Xavier, sr., carpenter, July-Dec, 24 d. at $1.40, 404 d. at $1.45, 58 d. at $1.60 .... 

Paulhus, Adelard, carpenter, July- June, 24^ d. at $1.40, 92£ d. at $1.45, 153^ d. at $1.60. . . . 

Pelletier, Edouard, caulker, Aug. -Dec, May, June. 374 d. at $1.35, 82| d. at $1.50 

Pelletier, Paul, labourer, July-Oct., Feb.-May, 8 d. at 80c, 22* d. at $1.05, 129 d. at $1.15. . 

Peloquin, Achille, labourer, July-Oct., May, June, 13 d. at 90c, 115 d. at $1 



Carried forward 



i cts. 

89,782 65 



141 44 

356 92 

93 52 

40 20 

27 25 

117 52 

199 70 

279 05 

110 50 

88 02 

320 03 

74 30 

389 88 

436 21 

91 59 
132 59 

74 75 

2r»i; 98 

277 87 

598 59 

71 77 

93 77 

94 05 
88 50 

418 39 

299 45 
338 12 
313 00 
198 21 

395 58 

32 32 
40!) 59 
144 09 

6 00 

99 85 
264 89 
304 85 

35 80 
441 19 
103 12 

52 59 
465 25 

62 62 

33 90 
11 75 

253 55 
367 89 

92 98 
9 25 

26 60 

168 60 

65 34 

30 10 

160 90 

84 37 

448 82 

120 23 

77 30 

67 25 

548 00 

179 52 

157 89 

is:, 12 

413 60 

174 72 

178 37 

126 70 



102,605 31 



V-26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Shops at Sorel — Continued. 

Peloquin, Adelard, labourer, July- June, 28 d. at 80c, 104J d. at 90c, 1971 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Adelard (fils Xavier) labourer, Aug., 16J d. at $1 

Peloquin, Adelard C, labourer, 22 d. at $1 ; Peloquin, Albert, labourer, 35| d. at $1 

Peloquin, Calixte, labourer, 11 d. at 80c, 14f d. at $1, 13 d. at $1.05, 67^ d. at $1.15 

Peloquin, Cariste, jr., labourer, Aug., May, June, 424 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Cariste, July- June : helper, 25| d. at $1, 42| d. at $1.05, 57i d. at $1.15 ; boiler- 
maker, 55| d. at $1.25, 79 d. at $1 45 

Peloquin, Chas., carpenter, Dec-Apl., 55 d. at $1 . 45, 28| d. at $1 . 60 

Peloquin, Chas., labourer, July- June, 24| d. at 80c, 83 d. at 90c, 172 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Delphis, Aug. -June, labourer, 9£ d. at $1 ; helper, 229| d. at $1.15 

Peloquin, Elie, labourer, July -June, 23^ d. at 80c, 64^ d. at 90c, 168 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Felix, labourer, 9 d. at $1 ; Peloquin, Frs. (fils Xavier) labourer, 11| d. at 80c 

Peloquin, Frs., carpenter, July- June, 28^ d. at $1.75, 87i d. at $1.80, 162 d. at $2 

Peloquin, Frs., jr., July-June : labourer, 9^ d. at $1 ; carpenter, 91£ d. at $1.05, 168 d. at $1.15 

Peloquin, Gilbert, labourer, Mar. -June, 73^ d. at $1 

Peloquin, Henri, labourer, 18 d. at 80c; Peloquin, Jos., labourer, 11^ d. at 80c , 

Peloquin, J.-Btc, labourer, July- June, 20 d. at 80c, 69^ d. at 90c, 168| d. at $1 

Peloquin, Jos., helper, July-May, 18| d. at $1, 99| d. at $1.05, 120| d. at $1 15 

Peloquin, Maxime, carpenter, Dec. -May, 49| d. at $1.45, 56 d. at $1.60 

Peloquin, Michel, labourer, July-June,'ll d. at 80c, 15 d. at $1, 9 d. at $1.05, 47 d. at $1.15. 

Peloquin, Oscar, fitter, July- June, 10J d at $1, 13^ d. at $1.20, 261J d. at $1 .40 

Peloquin, Paul, Sept. -J an. : labourer, 59 d. at 90c, 30| d. at $1; coaling, 4| d at $2 

Peloquin, Pierre, helper, July-June, 13| d. at $1, 270| d. at $1.15, 14 d. at $1.30 

Peloquin, Pierre, jr.. carpenter, 11 d. at $1; Peloquin, Wilfrid, labourer, 12 d. at $1 

Peloquin, Pierre (chasseur), July-June, 25 d. at $1.20, 86 d. at $1.25, 139^ d. at $1.40, 13 d. 
at $1.60 

Peloquin, Pierre, sr., carpenter, July- June, 21J d. at $1.75, 96J d. at $1.80, 162 d. at $2 . . 

Peloquin, Pr. F., carpenter, July-June, 25 d. at $1.75, 53* d. at $1.80, 161J d. at $2 

Peloquin, Regis, labourer, Aug., Nov. -June, 68 d. at 90c, 110| d. at $1 

Perrault, Euclide, labourer, 19^ d. at $1; Petit, Louis, labourer, 13| d. at $1 

Perron, Louis A., carpenter, July-Oct., March- June, 14 d. at $1.25, 123J d. at $1.45. . 

Perron, Pierre, carpenter, July- Aug., 23 d. at $1, 16 d. at $1.15 

Perron, Victor, carpenter, July-June, 26* d. at $1.40, 65 d. at $1.45, 160 d. at $1.60 

Plante, Abraham, carpenter, Sept.-Dec, 43 d. at $1.25, 37£ d. at $1.45 

Plante, Adelard, carpenter, 14 d. at $1.45; Plante, Moi'se, labourer, 22 d. at 90c. ...» 

Plante, F. X., carpenter, July-Oct., 25 d. at $1, 10| d. at $1,124, 52 d. at $1.15, 12 d. at $1.25 

Plante, Theo., carpenter, July-Nov., April-June, 15| d. at $1.25, 534 d. at $1.45, 45 d. at 
$1.50 

Plante, Victor, carpenter, July- June, 25 d. at $1.75, 92| d. at $1.80, 164£ d. at $2 

Poirier, Benjamin, carpenter, May-June, 31^ d. at $2.50 

Pollette, Pierre, carpenter, Feb. -March, 23 \ d. at $1.45, 23 \ d at $1.60 

Pontbriand, Jos., labourer, July-Nov., 14 d. at 80c,, 16 d. at 90c, 504 d. at $1 

Pontbriand, Louis, carpenter, July -Dec, 47 d. at $1.25, 51 d. at $1.45 

Potvin, J.-Bte., labourer, July-Aug., 25 d. at 80c,, 17? d. at $1 

Potvin, Narcisse, labourer, July June, 27 d. at 80c, 76^ d. at 90c, 161^ d. at $1 

Pouliot, Pierre, carpenter, May-June, 30| d. at $2.50 

Provost, Wm., carpenter, July- June, 24 d. at $1.75, 279^ d. at $2 

Query, Felix, labourer, Feb. -March, 20^ d. at 90c, 12 d. at $1 

Rajotte, Michel, labourer, April-May, 26 d. at $1 

Rajotte, Pierre, foreman painter, July- June, 26| d. at $1.50, 271^ d. at $2 

Rajotte, Pierre Phi., carpenter, July-May, 86 d. at $1.25, 142 d. at $1.45 

Raymond. Adelard, fitter, July-June, 22| d. at $2, 282 d. at $2.30 

Raymond, Jos., carpenter, July- June, 11 d. at $1.40, 14 d. at $1.50, 904 d. at $1.55, 148| d 
at $1.75 

Raymond, Louis, boilermaker, July-May, 120^ d. at $1.25, 146^ d. at $1.45 

Raymond, Onesime, winch, Dec. -March, 67 d. at $1.25 

Robidoux, Cyrille, carter, Sept., Nov., May, 34 d. at $2 

Robitaille, Arthur, carpenter, July-June, 1\\ d. at $1.10, 37| d. at $\.YL\, 109| d. at $1.25. 

Robitaille, Hormidas, labourer, Jan.-April, 32£ d. at 90c, 22£ d. at $1 . 

Rouleau, Arthur, helper, July-June, 24^ d. at $1, 99 d. at $1.05, 148| d. at $1.15 

Rondeau, Louis, caulker, July- June,, 99| d. at $1.35, 125£ d. at $1.50 

Rousseau, Edward, caulker, July June, 21J d. at $1.30, 91 d. at $1.35, 147 d. at $1.50 

Roy, Adelard, labourer, 4 d. at $1; Salvail, Jos., labourer, 11 d. at $1 

Sampson, Chas., carpenter, May-June, 31| d. at $2.50 

Sampson, Eugene, carpenter, May-June, 30| d. at $2.50 

Savignac, One., carter, 24 d. at $2; Savoie, Isaie, labourer, 94 d. at $1 

Sevigny, Honore, fitter, 144 d. at $1.40; Sigman, Salem, labourer, 6 d. at $1, 16 d. at $1.15. 

Soucy, Charles, carpenter, July, 17^ d. at $1.25 

Souilliere, Alphonse, carpenter, July- June, 24 d. at $1.40, 98^ d. at $1.45, 166| d. at $1.60. . 

Stedworthy, helper, Aug.- June, 113£ d. at 60c, 145| d. at $1 



$ cts. 
102,605 31 



313 68 
16 50 
57 50 

114 81 
42 50 

320 11 
125 34 
266 29 
273 43 
244 61 

18 20 
530 48 
298 74 

73 50 

23 60 
247 07 
261 27 
161 37 

87 30 
392 45 

93 35 
342 71 

23 00 



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353 58 


534 89 


463 05 


171 70 


32 75 


196 55 


41 40 


387 34 


107 75 


40 10 


111 61 


164 75 


538 75 


78 12 


71 67 


76 10 


132 70 


37 25 


251 71 


76 87 


600 50 


30 45 


26 00 


582 25 


313 36 


694 08 


436 95 


362 66 


83 73 


68 00 


203 03 


51 52 


299 20 


322 51 


370 94 


15 00 


79 37 


76 87 


14 50 


44 70 


21 87 


443 21 


213 70 



116,156 16 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-27 



St. Laurence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



cts. 



116,156 10 



Shops at Sorel — Concluded. 

Stedworthy, fitter, July-June, 9£ d. at $1, 13 d. at $1.20, 256 d. at $1.40 

Stedworthy, Wm., foreman, 12 m. at $90 ... 

St. Arnault, Jos., labourer, 24 d. at 80c , 6^ d. at $1, 65fd. at $1.50 

St. Arnault, Louis, caulker, July June, 23| d. at $1.30, 83£ d. at $1.35, 159 d. at $1.50 

St. George, Albert, labourer, Jan.-March, 12 d. at 90c. , 3l| d. at $1 

St. Jaques, Albert, borer, Aug.- June, 72£ d. at $1.05, 132 d. at $1.15 

St. Martin, Adelard, labourer, July-June, 25g d at 80c, 91| d. at 90c, 1624 d. at $1 

St. Martin, Alphonse, carpenter, July- April, 83| d. at $1.25, 93^ d. at $1.45 

St. Martin, Arthur, labourer, Nov.-Jan., April, 38 d. at 90c, 29 d. at $1 

St. Martin, Narcisse, labourer, July- June, 2G£ d. at 80c, 75g d. at 90c, 171 d. at $1 

St. Martin, Noel, labourer, 19i d. at $1; St. Michel, D., labourer, 57^ d. at 90c 

St. Martin, Spe., boilermaker," July- June, 24^ d. at $1.50, lOOi d. at $1.55, 146| d. at $1.75. . 

St. Michel, Fred, labourer, 26 d. at $1; St. Michel, Isaie, labourer, 8£ d. at $1 

St. Michel, Jos., helper, July-June, 11 d. at $1, 243i d. at $1.15, 12^ d. at $1.50 

St. Pierre, Bazile, labourer, 18 d. at 80c; St. Pierre,~Jos., labourer, 51 d. at 90c 24^ d. at $1, 

Talbot, Victor, carpenter, May-June, 31f d. at $2.50 

Tancrede, Jos., labourer, July-Oct., May, 22 d. at 80c, 17f d. at 90c, 53£ d. at $1 

Tessier, Pierre, helper, July-June, 24| d. at $1, 212J d. at $1.15, 61^ d. at $1.50 



Terroux, Ferdinand, carpenter, Aug. -June, 86f d. at $1.25, 146i d. at $1.40 

Thibadeau, Albert, carter, 1\ d. at $2 ; Thivierge, Ls., carpente"r, 30| d. at $2.50 

Thibaudeau, Rene, helper, July-June, 142 d. at 60c, 146| d. at $1 

Trempe, Arthur, labourer, Mar. -June, 13 d. at $1, 83 d. at $1.25 

Trempe, Jos., labourer, 26 d. at $1 ; Trempe, Omei, labourer, 24 d. at $1 

Trudel, Edouard, labourer, Sept. -June, 232£ d. at $1. 15 

Turcotte, Louis, caulker, July- June, 30| d. at $1.30, 97 d. at $1.35, 156f d. at $1.50 

Turgeon, J. Btc, carpenter, May-June, 29| d. at $2.50 

Vadebonceur, Frs., carpenter, July-June, 24i d. at $1.40, 98^ d. at $1.45, 165| d. at $1.60 
Vadeboncneur, Omer, labourer, 25^ d. at 80c; Valin, Chas., carpenter, 31| d. at $2.50. . . . 
Valois, Henri, labourer, 14 d. at $1 ; Valois, Jos. (fils Pierre), labourer, 51 d. at $1. ..... . 

Valois Jos. (fils Olivier), labourer, May-June, 45 d. at $1 

Vandal, Calixte, carpenter. July-Dec, 25 d. at $1.50, 43 d. at $1.55, 64 d. at $1.75 

Vandal, Elie, labourer, Feb. -Mar., 22J d. at 90c, 12 d. at $1 

Vandal, Jos., labourer, July-No v., Mar. -June, 23 d. at 80c, 21 d. at 90c, 95| d. at $1. . . . 

Vandal, Louis, helper, July-June, 23 d. at $1, 251 d. at $1.15 

Vandal, Nap., labourer, July, Nov., May, June, 9 d. at 80c, 15 d. at $1, 9 d. at $1.05, 80 d. 

at $1.15 

Vandal, Pierre, labourer, 16 d. at $1 ; Veuilleux, A., labourer, 45| d. at 90c, 21| d. at $1 

Vandal, Pierre (fils Hilaire), labourer, Aug.-June, 8J d. at $1, 2\\ d. at $1.05, 224^ d. at 

$1.15, 29 d. at $1.45 

Veuillet, Nap., labourer, July-June, 25 d. at 80c, 99| d. at 90c, 165 d. at $1 

Vigneaux, John, carpenter, July, May, June, 16 d. at $1, 51J d. at $1.10 

Vilandre, Damase, labourer, Sept.-Mar., 71 d. at 90c, 4l£ d. at $1, 45£ d. at $1.15, 

Vilandre, Philippes, labourer, Aug. -Oct., 13| d. at 90c, 48 d. at $1 

Wilkie, Robert, boilermaker, Dec-Apl., 51^ d. at $1.25. 49i d. at $1.45 

Wiseman, Alfred, carpenter, July- June, 24 d. at $1.40, 94 d. at $1.80, 16H d. at $2 
Wiseman, Louis, carpenter, May- June, 31 J d. at $2.50. 



Dredge ' Lauricr' : Bay Crew ($4,286). 

Barthe, Miss V., 2nd cook, '4 in. at $10 ; Brock, Mrs., cook, Aug., 1 m. at $16 

Beaulac, Firmin, engineer, July-Dec, 5*903 m. at $70 

Benoit, Nap., fireman, Dec, 17 d. at $1 

Boisvert, Zeph., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 "367 m. at $20; back wages, $14.47 

Boucher, Arthur, fireman, Apl.-June, 2 '267 m. at $25 

Brooks, Mrs., cook, Sept. -Nov., 2 13 m. at $16 



Chevalier, Nap., fireman, Oct., Mar. -June, 2 657 m. at $25, 34| d. at $1 

Comtois, John, engineer, Mar.-Apl., 1677 m. at $60, May- June, 2 m. at $70 

Dauphinais, J. Btc, carpenter, Aug. -Oct., 54 d. at $1.60 

Ethier, Nar., sailor, "161 m. at $20 ; Ethier, Pierre, sailor, 2 m. at $20 

Gaucher, Oscar, mate, Nov. , \ m. at $35 

Godin, Jos., fireman : July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 '307 m. at $25 ; Dec, 22 d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.47 

Hamelin, Alfred, sailor, July-Nov.. 5 m. at $20; back wages, $14.40 

Hardy, A., sailor, Apl.-June, 2*367 m. at $20 ... 

Harpin, J. Btc, watchman, Nov., 1 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.47 

Hetu, Mrs. L., cook, July, 1 m. at $16 ; Lavallee, J., mate, June, '2(*7 m. at $35 

Lafontaine, Sam., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 '367 m. at $20; back wages, $14.47 

Lavallee, Ls., fireman, Nov.-Dec., Mar.-Apl., \ m. at $25, 56i d. at $1 ; back wages, $1 

Letendre, Adelard, fireman, July-Oct., 3 677 m. at $25 

Letendre, Arthur, fireman, Nov.-Dec, 1 m. at $25, 32 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.47 

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127,464 49 



V-28 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dredge ' Laurier ' : Day Crew - Concluded. 



Lussier, Henri, fireman, July-Oct., 4 m. at $25, lQh d. at $1 . 

Marcotte, Albert, captain, July-Nov., A pi. -June, 8 m. at $60 

Marcotte, Miss A., 2nd cook, Nov., 1 m. $8 ; Peloquin, D., sailor, 1 839 m. at $20 

Marcotte, Edmond, mate, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 "734 m. at $35 

Peloquin, Wilfrid, sailor, Nov., Apl.-June, 3 367 m. at $20, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.13. , 

Perron, Mrs. V., cook, Nov., '366 m. at $16, "50 m. at $12 

Steyn, Jos., sailor, July-Oct., 4 m. at $20 

St. Pierre, Jos., sailor, Nov., Apl-June, 3 '367 m. at $20, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.47. . . 

Valois, Miss C, 2nd cook, 1 m. at $10 ; Miss M. L. Valois, cook, 2 4 m. at $16 

Valois, Miss O., 2nd cook, July-Oct., June, 5 m. at $10 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June 30, 13 hands, 7 
m., 1 hand, J m. at $10 each, $915 ; extra meals, Apl., crew, 420 meals, $46 67 ; J. Bte. 
Dauphinais, 305 meals at 15c, others, 65 meals at 15c. ; stamps, 80c; telephone messages, 
$1.50 ; cartage, 25c 

Dredge 'Laurier' : Night Crete (-$3,416.29). 

Auger, Wilfred, sailor, Aug., "387 m. at $20. , 

Bien venue, Nor., sailor, June, 1 m. at $20 , 

Blais, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-May, 5 35 m. at $20, l\ d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.13.. . . 

Champagne, Theophile, sailor, July-Nov., Apl-June, 6.8 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.20 

Chevalier, Nap., fireman, Nov., ^ m. at $25 ; back wages, $1.60. , 

Chevrier, Thadfie, fireman, Oct.-Nov., Apl.-June, 3'348m. at $25; back wages, $2.13 

Deblois, Jos., sr., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 066 m. at $20, 4 d. at $1, 2 d. at $1.50; 
back wages, $11.93 

Denis, John, fireman, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6866 m. at $25 ; back wages, $12.20 

Ethier, Jos., sailor, Nov., Apl.-May, 1866 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 ; back wages, $1 

Gaucher, Oscar, captain, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 4| m. at $45, 2| m. at $50 

Guinard, Pierre, sailor, July -Aug., 1'387 m. at $20 

Harpin, J. Bte., watchman, July-Oct., Apl.-June, 6 "366 m. at $20, 1J d. at $1 

Jussaume, Simon, sailor, Apl.-June, 2 '366 m. at $20. 

Latour, Miss M. L., cook, Apl.-June, 2'4 m. at $10 

Lavallee, Louis, engineer, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 '866 m. at $40 

Leith, John, fireman, July-Oct., 3' 419 d. at $25 

Letendre, Arthur, fireman, July-Oct., 4 m. at $25, 2 d. at $1 

Lussier, Henri, fireman, Nov., Apl.-June, 2 '866 m. at $25 ; back wages, $11 

Marcotte, Miss A., cook, July-Oct., 4 m. at $8 : . 

Mongeon, H., sailor, £ m. at $20 ; Peloquin, W., sailor, 4 m. at $20 

Nadeau, Alphonse, sailor, Sept. -Nov., 2 '33 m. at $20 ; back wages, $4.67 

Picard, Omer, sailor, May- June, 1 516 m. at $20 , 

Stevn, Jos., sailor, Nov., Apl.-May, 1'866 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1 ; June, mate, 1 in. at $30: 
" back wages, $12.13 

St. Pierre, Jos., sailor, July-Oct., 4 m. at $20. ... 

Tretnpe, O., sailor, June, '733 m. at $20 ; Valois, Miss O., cook, Nov. £ m. at $10 

Marcotte, Capt. Albert, Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Sept., Oct., May- June, 13 hands, 
for5 m., Aug., 12 hands fori m., Nov. 14, hands for \ m. at $10 per m., each $840 ; 2,778 
extra meals, $335.97 , : 



Tug ' St. Jean <T Iberville ': Day Crew (-$2,550.48). 

Arcand, Hormidas, sailor, July-Nov., Apl-June, 7 '366 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1; back wages 

$14.53 

Barthe, Miss V.,' cook, Oct. -No v.", i.61 m'.'at $16, \ m. at $12. .... .' 

Beaudette, Esdras, captain, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7^ m. at $50 

Beliveau. Ls., fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -Apl., 5 m. at $25, 44 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53. . 

Chevalier, Nap., fireman, Dec, 20 d. at $1 

Frenette, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 '366 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53 
Lamontagne, Nar., fireman, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 7 '366 m. at $25, 44 d. at $1 ; back wages 

$14 53 

Latour, Miss A., cook, July-Oct., 3839 m. at $16 ; 

Lavallee, Ls., engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 9*258 m. at $50 

Lemay, Miss C, cook, Apl.-June, 2366 m. at $16, 2 d. at 60c 

Lemay, Lucien, sailor, 4 '84 m. at $20 ; Provencal, P., sailor, '516 m. at $20 

Mandeville, Eugene, fireman, Apl.-June, 2 '366 m. at $25, 4 d. at $1 

Normandeau, Jos., sailor, Aug-Nov., Apl.-June, 6'366 m. at $20, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages 



$12.80. 



Beaudette, Capt. Esd., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 30, May 1-June 30, 8 hands, 7 m 
at $10 per m. each, $560 ; extra meals, crew, April, 264 meals, $29.33 ; Jos. Martineau, 
69 meals at 15c, $10.35 ; T. Julien, '133 m. at $10, $1.33 ; telephone message, 25c 



Carried forward 135,688 45 



$ cts . 



127,464 49 


116 50 


480 00 


44 77 


235 67 


84 46 


11 87 


80 00 


85 80 


48 40 


50 00 


, 1,019 72 


7 74 


20 00 


120 64 


148 20 


14 10 


85 84 


140 26 


183 87 


41 33 


327 50 


27 74 


128 83 


47 33 


24 00 


274 67 


. 85 48 


102 00 


82 67 


32 00 


83 33 


51 34 


30 32 


81 46 


80 00 


19 67 



1,175 97 



163 86 
8 58 

375 00 

183 53 

20 00 

164 86 

242 70 
61 42 

462 90 
39 07 
20 00 
63 17 

144 13 



601 26 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-29 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Tug 'St. Jean d' Iberville' : Night Crew ($2,156.25). 

Barthe, Miss Ulric, cook, July-Nov., May- June, 5 839 ra. at $10, \ m. at $16 

Beaulac, Henri, fireman, Sept. -Nov., 2 066 m. at $25 ; back wages $4.13 

Belisle, Alderic, fireman, July-Nov., 4^ m. at $25 ; back wages, $11.80 

Belisle, Amedee, fireman, April- June, 2 '3(36 m. at $25 

Bonin, Ovide, engineer, April- June, 2 '433 m. at $40 

Cardin, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6'866 m. at $20 ; back wages, $11 .80 

Champagne, Frs., sailor, April-June, 2' 3 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 

Denis, Henri, fireman, July- Aug., 2 m. at $25 

Godin, Leandre, engineer, July-Nov., \\ m. at $40 

Joly, Arthur, sailor, Sept. -Oct., 1 '233 m. at $20 

Juhen, Treffle, capt. , June, h, m. at $40 

Laforest, Ls., captain, July-Nov., April- June, 6 '466 m. at $40 

Lamoureaux, D., fireman, '433 m. at $25 ; Normandeau, J., sailor, 1 m. at $2C. . 

Letendre, Donat, sailor, Sept. -Nov., '966 m. at $20 ; back wages, $3.93 

Mongrain, Ephrem, sailor, July-Sept., 2 '333 m. at $20 ; back wages, $7.33 

Nadeau, Alohonse, fireman, April- June, 2 '366 m. at $25 

Provencal, P., sailor, Aug. -Nov., April- June, 5 '866 m. at $20, back wages $10.73 

Thibeau, Miss J., cook, '267 m. at $10 ; Valois, Miss O., cook, '367 m. at $10, 1 d. at 60c. . 

Beaudette, Capt. Esd., Sorel. boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 15, May 1-June 30, 8 hands 6 m. 

7 hands \ m., at $10 each per m., $515 ; 1,872 extra meals, $20453 



Dredge 'Lady Minto ' : Bay Crew (-$4,321.78). 

Aubut, Miss Aug., cook, July-Nov., 3 614 m at $10, '45 m. at $8 

Baron, Jeffrey, sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 7'3 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, $10. . 
Chevalier, J.-Bte., fireman, Aug. -Dec, Mar. -June, 5 '687 m.[at $25, 56 d.at $1; Dack wages, $9.13 
Cournoyer, Geo., fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7'3 m. at $25, 57 d. at $1 ; back wages, $10. 

Dauphinais, Nar., capt., July-Nov., 5 m. at $60 

Desrosiers, J.-Bte., sailor, "581 m. at $20 ; Harper, R. J., inspector, 25 d. at $2 

Guilbault, Mrs. A., cook, July-Nov., 4 '548 in. at $16, '452 m. at $12 

Joly, Arthur, sailor, Aug. -Nov., 3 '566 m. at $20 ; back wages, $8 

Kane, Wm., fireman, July-Aug., 1'581 m. at $25. 

Labonte, Lazare, sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 7'3 m. at $20, 2| d. at $1 ; back wages, $10. 

Laprade, Nar., sailor, July-Sept., '852 m. at $20 

Ladebauche, Emile, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9 '387 m. at $70. . 

Lemoine, Edouard, watchman, July-Nov., April-June, 6*3 m. at $20, 1 d. at 80c, back 

wages, $10 . . 

Mandeville, Ers. , watchman, Mar. 30 d. at $1 . 25 

Marcotte, Arthur, sailor, April- June, 2 ' 3 m. at $20 ... 

Martineau, Zephirin, fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -April, 5*3 m. at $25 ; 52 d. at $1, back wages, 



$10 



Matte, Octave, n ate, April- June, 2 ' 3 m. at $35 

Matte, Raphael, capt., April- June, 3 m. at $60 

Metivier, cook, \ m. at $8 ; McLaren, Miss A., cook, 1161 m. at $10 

Mongeon, Edouard, fireman, May- June, 2 m. at $25 

McLaren, Mrs. M., cook, April-June, 2'366 m. at $16 ; McLaren, Miss M., cook, *367 m. at $10 

McLaren, Miss S., cook, April, *367 m. at $10 ; McLaren, Miss R., cook, May, "839 m. at $10 

Peloquin, Max, mate, July-Nov. , 4 ' 677 m. at $35 

Valois, Henri, sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 7'3 m. at $20, 6 d. at $1 ; back wages, $10 

Valois, Remi, sailor, July-Nov., April- June, 7 3 m. at $20, 6 d. at $1 ; back wages, $10 

Dauphinais, Capt. Nar., Sorel, boarding crew: July 1-Nov. 30, 13 hands 5 m. at $10 each per 
m. , $650 ; extra meals, 1 hand, 63 meals, $6 . 77, Jos. Matton 54 meals, M. Cosky 10 meals, 
diver and assistant 54 meals, G. Gauthier 3 meals, F. Befort 3 meals, J. B. Dauphinais 
1-6 meals, boiler-makers 22 meals, total 162 meals at 15c, $24.30 ; fare of engineer to Sorel 
and cartage. $1 . 60 ; telephone messages, 55c ; stamps, 36c 

Matte, Capt. Raph., Sorel, boarding crew : May 1-June 30, 13 hands, 2 m. at $10 each per 
m., $260 ; extra meals, April, crew, 405 meals, $45 ; J. Harper, 2 meals at 15c, 30c ; O. 
Peloquin, 2 meals at 15c, 30c; fare of 2 men to Sorel, $1.50 



Dredge 'Lady Minto' : Night Crew ($2,937.80). 



Aubuchon, Albert, fireman, May-June, 2 m at $25 

Bordeleau, John, fireman, May- June, 1 766 m. at $25 

Chevalier, J. Bte., fireman, July-Aug., 1 ' 161 m. at $25 

Daignault, Sam., captain, July-Nov., 4 048 m. at $45, May- June, 2 m. at $50 

Daviau, Ant., sailor, Aug.-Nov., May-June, 5'21 in. at $20 : back wages, $6.47 

Deblois, Jos., jr., fireman, July-Nov., 3 '689 m. at $25 ; back wages, $12.13 

Desrosiers, "O., July-Nov.. May-June, sailor, 5 '048m. at $20, mate, 1 m. at $30 ; back wages, 

$12.20 ... 

Ducharme, Henri, sailor, July, '323 m. at $20 ; Ducharme, Jos., sailor, '419 m. at $20 



Cari'ied forward 



135,688 45 



142,944 89 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St# Lawrence Snip Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Dredge ' Lad)/ Minto : 'Night Crew — Concluded. 

Ferland, Alexis, sailor, Oct.-Nov., May-June, 2'776 ra. at $20 ; back wages, $1.47 

Guibault, Arthur, fireman, July-Nov., May-June, 6 048 m. at $25, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$8.13 

Joly, Adolphe, sailor, July-Nov., May June, 6 048 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.20 

Joubert, X., fireman, 161 m. at $25 ; Jussaume, Wm., sailor, Oct., '258 m. at $20 . 

Jussaume, Simon, sailor, July-Sept., 2 - 548 m. at $20 

Laforest, Miss A., 2nd cook, July-Sept., 2048 m. at $8 

Laforge, Auguste, sailor, July-Nov., 3 881 m. at $20 ; back wages, $11.73 

Laprade, Nar., sailor, June, '233 m. at $20 ; Leclaire, Wm., sailor, 548 m. at $20 

Lemoine, Ed., watchman, May, 1 m. at $20 ; Letendre, A., fireman, '226 m. at $25 

Lussier, Vertume, engineer, July-Nov., 4 048 m. at $40 

Mandeville, Frs. B. N., watchman, May, 25 d. at $1 

Martineau, Zephirin, engineer, May- June, 2 m. at $40 

Matte, Omer, sailor, July-Nov., May-June, 6 '048 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.13 

Metivier, Miss J., cook, Sept.-Nov., 1 266 m. at $8, \ m. at $10 

Mongeon, Ed., fireman, Aug. -Nov.. 2 '565 m. at $25 ; back wages, $4.73 

McLaren, Miss A., cook, May, 1 m. at $10 ; McLaren, Mrs. R., cook, June. 1 m. at $10 

Page, Napoleon, sailor, May- June, 2 m. at $20 ; St. Martin, N., fireman, \ m. at $25 

Trudel, Ed., fireman, '194 m. at $25 ; Valois, Miss C, 2nd cook, '233 m. at $8 

Dauphinais, Capt. Nar., Sorel, boarding crew : July- Aug., Oct.-Nov., 13 hands, 3 m., Sept., 

12 hands, 1 m. at $10 per m. each, $510 ; 1,686 extra meals, $190.17 

Matte, Capt. Raph., Sorel, boarding crew : May, 13 hands, June, 12 hands at $10 per m. 

each, $250 ; 879 extra meals, $95.78 



Tug ' Brydges ' ($2,541-34) ; Day Crew ($2,086.52). 

Baron, Adelard, sailor, July-Nov., A pi. -June, 6 905 m. at $20 ; 3 d. at 80c, 3 d. at $1 ; back 
wages, $9.27 

Benoit, Nap., fireman, 1 d. at $1 ; Blette, Phi., fireman,^ 5 d. at $1 

Boucher, J. Bte., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 ■ 872 m. at $20, 3 d. at 80c, 3 d. at $1 ; back 
wages, $9.20 

Chevalier, Nap., fireman, 3^ d. at $1 ; Guevrement, Mrs. D., cook, July-Oct., 3 45 m. at $12 

Hervieux, Honore, fireman, July-Nov., 4 '508 m. at $30 ; back wages, $9.07 

Hurteau, Arthur, fireman, 3 d. at $1 ; Paulet, Mrs. N., cook, Oct., 3 ' 875 m. at $12 

Lamirande, Miss P., cook, Apl.-June, '30 m. at $12 ; 1 m. at $16, 16 d. at $1 

Lavallee, Arthur, fireman, Mar.- June 21 d. at $1, 30 m. at $25, 2 m. at $30 

Pollette, Pierre, captain, July-Nov. , Apl. -June, 7 ' 8 m. at $50 

Raymond, Onesime, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 8 '226 m. at $50 

Robillard, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 '872 m. at $20, 3 d. at 80c, 6 d. at $1 ; back 
wages, $9.20 

Sippe, Mrs. M., cook, Nov., '733 m. at $12 

Polette, Capt. Pierre, Sorel, boarding crew : July 15-Nov. 15, May- June, 7 hands, 6 m. at 
$10 per month each, $420 ; extra meals, crew, July, Nov., Apl., 546 meals, $61.04, 54 
meals at 15c, $8.10 ; repairs, 45c 



Brydges ' : Night Crew ($454.82). 



Blais, J. Bte., sailor, May-June, 1'645 m. at $20 

Boisvert, Arthur, captain, May -June, 1 ' 645 m. at $40 

Chapdelaine, Miss Albina, cook, May- June, 1 ' 645 m. at $10 

Chapdelaine, Pierre, sailor, May- June, 1" 145 m. at $20 

Chevalier, Pierre, fireman, 1645 m. at $30 ; Falardeau, Leon, sailor, h m. at $20 

Mathieu, Henri, engineer, May- June, 1774 m. at $40 

Perrault, Euclide, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 645 m. at $20 

Pollette, Capt. Pierre, Sorel, boarding crew : May 15- June 30, 7 hands, 1J m. at $10 per m . 
each, $105 ; 452 extra meals to crew, $48 .54 



Dredge ' No. 8' ($3,686 .37). 

Beaucaire, Jos., sailor, '233 at $20 ; Beaulieu, Mrs. R., cook, July-Oct., 3 '355 at $12 

Benoit, Nap., fireman, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 6'806 m. at $25, 53 d. at$l ; back wages, $13.47 

Blais, Zenon, mate, May- June, 1 '806 m. at $35 

Champagne, Wilbrod, sailor, July-Nov., May- June, 5 594 m. at $20; back wages, $12 '87 . . 
Champagne, Zenon, sailor, July-Nov., May, 4 '636 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.60 
Collecte, Jos., sailor, '065 m. at $20 ; Dauphinais, J. Bte., carpenter, June, 25 d. at $1.60 . 

Dauphinais, Nar., captain, April- June, 3 m. at $60 

Dufresne, Denis, sailor, May-June, 1742 m. at $20 

Gendron, Frs., engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-June, 8 645 m. at $60 

Guevrement, Miss M., cook, '785 m. at $8 ; Joubert, X., fireman, 26 d. at $1 

Hurteau, Arthur, fireman, July-Sept., 3 m. at $25 ; back wages, $9.47 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
142,944 89 



56 99 



160 34 


133 17 


9 19 


50 97 


16 39 


89 37 


15 64 


25 65 


161 94 


25 00 


80 00 


133 10 


15 13 


68 85 


20 00 


45 00 


6 71 


700 17 


345 78 



152 77 


6 00 


152 04 


44 91 


144 33 


7 65 


35 60 


88 50 


390 00 


411 29 


155 04 


8 80 



489 59 



32 90 
65 81 
16 45 
22 90 
59 35 
70 97 
32 90 

153 54 



44 93 


236 63 


63 23 


124 74 


110 33 


41 29 


180 00 


34 84 


518 71 


32 28 


84 47 



149,117 07 



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V-31 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dredge ' No. 8* — Concluded. 

Joubert, Alex., fireman, Mar., May -June, 1 '806 m. at $25, 21± d. at $1 

Laforge, Mrs., cook, '419 m. at $8 ; Lahaie, Miss M. R., cook, '065 m. at $8 

Lavoque, Mrs., cook, 1216 m. at $12, 16 m. at $8 ; Larocque, Mrs. L., cook, '785 m. at $8.. 

Lavallee, Arthur, fireman, Oct. -Dec., 2 m. at $25, 5 d. at $1 ; back wages, $4 

Letendre, Adelard, sailor, 'Aug. -Nov., 3 377 m. at $20 ; back wages, $6 80... 

Marcotte, Arthur, sailor, July-Dec, 4 7 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.87 

Marcotte, Miss Dona, cook, 77 m. at $8 ; Marcotte, H., sailor, 913 m. at $20 

Marcotte, O., sailor, July- Aug., $1 .29 m. at $20 

Matte, Octave, mate, July-Nov., 4516 m. at $35 

Matte, Raphael, captain, July-Nov., 47 m, at $60 

Mondor, Geo., sailor, May- June, 1 ' 742 m. at $20 

Patenaude, Mrs. M. , cook, May- June, 1 ' 839 m. at $12. 

Peloquin, Max., mate, July, '323 m. at $35 ; Perron, Miss, cock, July. 161jm. at $8 

Plouf, Mrs. A., cook, Nov., '333 m.jat $8 ; Rajotte, Mrs. M., cook, 1 m. at $10, '839 m. at $8 

Rajotte, Michel, sailor, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '506 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.87 

St. Michel, Michel, sailor, May-June, 1 ' 806 m. at $20, 5 d. at $1 

Trempe, Jos., watchman, July-Nov., May- June, 6'506 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.87 

Matte, Capt. Raphael, Sorel : boarding crew : July, 10 hands 1 m., 3 hands ^ m., Aug. 1- 
Nov. 15, 12 hands 3J m., 1 hand \ m., at $10 per month each, $540; extra meals, crew, 
414 meals, $46.17 ; earpenters, 375 meals at 15c, $56.25; loading coal, 503 tons at 12£c, 
$62.86; stamps, 60c 

Dauphinais, Capt. Nar., Sorel: boarding crew May -June, 13 hands \\ m. at $10 per month 
each, $195 ; extra meals, 351 meals, $39.84 ; J. B. Dauphinais, 1 m. at $10 and 39 meals 
at 15c, $15.85 ; loading coal, 155 tons at 12±c, $19.38 



Dredge ' Laval': Day Crew ($4,154.87). 

Arbour, Felix, sailor, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '677 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.40 

Arbour, Miss C, 2nd cook, '7 m. at $10 ; Arcaud, Alfred, 5 m. at $20; back wages, $14.40 . 

Beaulac, John, carpenter, July, 29 d. at $1 . 40 

Beaulieu, Mrs. R., cook, May-June, 1 m. at $16, '71 m. at $10 

Beliveau, Ls., fireman, June- April, 1 ' 677 m. at $25, 23£ d. at $1 

Bellerose, J. O., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9 '355 m. at $70 

Chevalier, Antoine, fireman, July-Dec, 5 m. at $25, 19 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.40 

Chevalier, J. Bte., fireman, back wages, $6 ; Coulombe, Theo., labourer, 7f d. at $1 

Gendron, Mrs. J., cook, '2 m. at $10 ; Hardy, Geo., sailor, May -June, 1677 m. at $20 

Grouleau, Alfred, sailor, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '677 m. at $20, 3^ d. at $1 ; back wages. 



$14.40. 



Ladebauche, Ben., captain, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 8 m. at $60 

Lafreniere, Alfred, mate, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '677 m. at $35 

Lemay, Ephraide, sailor, Julv-Nov., May -June, 6 '677 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 ; back wages. 

$14.40 

Letendre, D., labourer, 2 d. at $1 ; Lussier, Vertume, fireman, Dec, Mar.-Apl., 61£ d. at $1. 

Mandeville, Mrs. D., cook, July-Nov., 452 m. at $10, 4 ' 548 m. at $8 

Marion, J. Bte., fireman, July-Nov , May- June, 6 '677 m. at $25, 4^ d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.40 

Piche, Ferdinand, sailor, July-Nov., May- June, 6 '677 m. at $20, 3^ d. at $1 ; back wages 

$14.40 

St. Jacques, Jos., watchman, July-Nov., 5 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.20 

St. Jacques, Mrs. Jos., cook, July-Nov., May, 1161 m. at $16, 4 ' 548 m. at $12 

St. Michel, Dieudonne, fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 6 '677 m. at $25, 78^ d. at $1; back 

wages, $13.13 

Ladebauche, Capt. Ben., Sorel : boarding crew, Aug. -Nov., 14 hands 4 m. at $10 per month 

each, July-May, June, 13 hands 2^ m. at $10 per month each, $885 ; extra meals, crew 235 

meals, $27.55 ; J. Bte. Dauphinais, 15 meals at 15c, P. Gagne, 120 meals at 15c, others 

65 meals at 15c, $30 ; loading coal, 382£ tons at 124c, $47 .80 



Dredge ' Laval ' : Night Crew ($1,055.03). 



Aubut, Miss R., cook, May -June, 1'71 m. at $10 

Beaulac, Arthur, fireman, May -June, 1 '677 m. at $25 

Befort, Donat, fireman, May- J une, 1 645 in. at $25 

Champagne, Zenon, mate, May- June, 1 '677 m. at $30 

Chevalier, J. Bte., fireman, July, '452 m. at $25 ; back pay, 83c 

Collette, Jos., sailor, May -J une, 1677 m. at $20 ; Coulombe, S., sailor, 1'645 m. at $20.. 

Daignault, Sam., captain, July, ' 452 m. at $45 

Deblois, J., jr., fireman, '452 m. at $25 ; Desrosiers, O., sailor. July, '452 m. at $20 

Ducharme, J., sailor, '452 m. at $20 ; Dumas, Theo., sailor, May- June, 1'677 m. at $20. 

Guibault, Arthur, fireman, '452 m. at $25 ; Joly, A., sailor, '452 m. at $20 

Jussaume, S., sailor, '452 m. at $20 ; Laforge, A., sailor, July, '452 m. at $20 



149,117 07 



rd forward 



155,838 49 



V-32 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1S02 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward , 

Dredge ' Laved ' : Night Crew— Concluded. 

Laforest, Miss A., cook, '452 m. at $8 ; Leclaire, Wm, sailor, 1 677 m. at $20 

Letendre, Albert, fireman, May June, 1 ■ 677 m. at $25 

Lussier, Vertume, engineer, May- June, 2" 129 m. at $40, 10^ d. at $1 

Marcotte, Come, sailor, May- June, 1 • 677 m. at $20 

Matte, Omer, sailor, '452 m. at $20 ; St. Michel, Alex., watchman, "466 m. at '$20 

Peloquin, Max., captain, May- June, 1677 m. at $50 

St. Jacques, Jos., watchman, May -.Tune, 1177 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1 

Ladebauche, Capt. Ben., Sorel : boarding crew, May- June, 13 hands, 1| m. at $10 each per 
month, $195 ; 1,578 extra meals, $173. 16 



Tug 'Cartier' : Day Crew (-$2,537.11). 

Arcand, Alfred, sailor, Apl.-June, 1866 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 

Belaire, Frs., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9 355 m. at $50 

Bergeron, Jos., sailor, July-No v., Apl.-June, 7133 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.47. 

Bernier, Lucien, captain, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 7 '233 m. at $50 

Boisvert, Arthur, sailor, 133 m. at $20, 8 d. at $1 ; Caisse L., sailor, '266 m. at $20 . 

Charron, Noe, fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7'133 m. at $25, 64^ d. at $1; back wages. 



$14.47' 



Dansereau, Jos., sailor, May- June, 2 m. at $20 ... 

Deblois, Jos. jr., fireman, Apl.-June, 2 133 m, at $25 , 

Denis, Ch., jr., fireman, Nov., 4 d. at $1 ; Ducharme, Frs., back wages, $4.13 ( . 

Frenette, E., sailor, July-Nov., 5 m, at $20 ; back wages, $14.47 ! 

Lemay, Lucien, sailor, July-Nov., Apl., 4*681 m. at $20, 3 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53. . 
Provencal, Nap., sailor, July, -452 m. at $20; Trudeau, Mrs. V., cook, 2*166 m. at $12, 2 m. at $16 
St. George, A., fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -Apl., 5133 m. at $25, 56| d. at $1; back wages, 

$14.47 

Valois, Miss M. L., cook, July-Sept., '452 m. at $16, 2 '548 m. at $12, 2 d. at 60c 

Bernier, Capt. Lucien, Sorel : boarding crew, July-Nov. , May- June, 8 hands, 7 m. at $10 per 

month each, $560 ; extra meals, crew, 120 meals, $13.33; 185 meals at 15c, $27.75; 

telephone message, 40c . 



Tug ' Carteir ' : Night Crew ($759.61). 



Bienvenue, Normand, sailor, May, 1 m. at $20 

Boisvert, Arthur, captain, July, '452 m. at $40 ; Denis, C, fireman, '226 m. at $25 

Ducharme, Frs., sailor, July, '452 m. at $20 ; Ethier, Nap., fireman, 2 m. at $25 

Ethier, P., sailor, June, 1 m. at $20 ; Hervieux, Honore, fireman, July, '258 m. at $25 

Lemay, Lucien, captain, May- June, 2 m. at $40 

Mandeville, Miss A., cook, May-June, 2 m. at $10 

Mandeville, Frs., sailor, July, May-June, 2 ' 452 m. at $20 

Matte, Thos., engineer, July, '452 m. at $40 ; Page, Pr., sailor, June, '733 m. at $20 

Roy, Adelard, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 266 m. at $20 

St. George, Albert, engineer, May- June, 2 m. at $40 

St. Michel, Dieudonne, sailor, July, '452 m. at $20 ; back wages, $4.07 

Valois, Miss C, cook, July, '452 m. at $10 , 

Wilkie, R. , fireman, July, May- June, 2 ' 452 m. at $25 ; back wages, $2 . 93 

Bernier, Capt. Lucien, Sorel, boarding crew : July, May- June, 8 hands, 2 m. at $10 per 
month each, $160 ; 936 extra meals, $101.50 



Dredge ' Lady Aberdeen ' : Day Crew ($4,249.82). 

Antaya, Alfred, sailor, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7'233 m. at $20, 8^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.47 

Blette, Paul, fireman, Apl.-June, 2166 m. at $25 , 

Cardin, Jos., sailor, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7 "233 m. at $20, 4^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.40. 

Cardin, Paul, mate, Nov. -Dec, ' 661 m. at $35 , 

Coutu, J.-Bte., fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7 '233 
$13.47. 



at $25, 58 d. at $1 ; back wages. 



Dauphinais, Ls., July-Dec, Mar. -June, 8 '839 in. at $60 , , 

Dumas, Win., engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9*419 m. at $70 

Kane, Adelard, fireman, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 7 '233 m. at $25, 57 d. at $1 
$13.47 



back wages. 



Laprade, Gilbert, sailor, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7 '233 m. at $20, 4d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.47 
Laprade, Mrs. Gil., cook, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 '733 m. at $16, 5 m. at $12, 2d. at 60c. . . . 

Laprade, Miss M., cook, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6 '733 m. at $10, 5 m. at $8, 2 d. at 60c 

Leclaire, Xavier, watchman. Nov., 1 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.33 

Paul, Theo., sailor, July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7 '233 in. at $20, 4 d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.47. . . . 
Peloquin, Jos., July-Dec, Apl.-June : mate, 6 '733 m. at $35, 5 d. at $1 ; carpenter, 5 m. at 

$35, 3d. at $1.20 

Peloquin, Max., sailor, Aug. -Dec, Apl.-June, 6*233 m. at $20, 9 d. at $1 ; back wages, $8 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
155,838 49 



37 16 
41 94 
95 41 
33 55 

18 36 
83 87 
25 55 

368 16 



40 34 


467 74 


160 14 


361 67 


16 00 


257 30 


40 00 


53 33 


8 13 


114 47 


111 17 


67 03 


199 30 


39 01 



601 48 



20 00 
23 70 
59 03 
26 45 
80 00 
20 00 
49 03 
32 73 
25 33 
80 00 
13 10 
4 52 
64 22 

261 50 



166 64 
54 17 

162 57 
23 15 

252 30 
530 33 
659 36 

251 30 
162 14 
114 93 
72 53 
33 33 
162 14 

261 77 
141 67 



162,887 54 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-3S 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Dredge ' Lady Aberdeen'' — Concluded. 



Petit, Ls., fireman, Dec, Mar.-Apl, 58 d. at $1 

Rousseau, Ls., fireman, July-Nov., 5 m. at $25 ; back wages, $13.47 

Vandal, Pierre, sailor, July, 1 m. at $20 

Dauphinais, Capt. Ls., Sorel. boarding crew : July-Nov., May-June, 13 hands 7 m., 1 hand \ 
m. at $10 per month each, $015 ; extra meals, Apl., crew, 2(59 meals, $29.07 ; carpenters | 
and mechanics, 209 meals at 15c, $40.35 



Dredge 'Lady Aberdeen' : Night Crew ($3,344.08). 

Aussant, Bruno, sailor, July-Nov., Apl. -June, 0733 m. at $20; back wages, $11.80 

Aussant, Paul, sailor, Apl. -June, 2 100 m. at $20 

Barron, Chas., sailor, July-Nov., 4^ m. at $20; back wages, $11.80 

Blette, Paul, fireman, July-Nov., 4^ m. at $25 ; back wages, $11.80 

Briere, Moise, fireman, Apl. -June, 2*166 m. at $25 

Cardin, Paul, captiin, July-Nov., Apl. -June, 4^ m. at $45, 2*233 m. at $50 

Cournoyer, Miss A., cook, Apl. -June, 2 '233 m. at $10, 2 d. at 00c 

Denis, Chas., fireman, Apl. -June, 2100 m. at $25. ... 

Ducharme, Ed., fireman, July-Nov., 4| m. at $25 ; back wages, $11.80 , 

Germain, Jos., sailor, April- June, 2 100 m. at $20 

Joly, Adolphe, jr., July-Nov., April-June, sailor, 4 '60 m. at $20 ; back wages, $9 ; mate, 2 

' m. at $30 

Labossiere, Alfred, sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6 '60 m. at $20 ; back wages, $11.80 

Lamoureux, Alb., fireman, July-Nov., April-June, 6 60 m. at $25 ; back wages, $11.80 . . . 

Laprade, Miss A., July-Nov., 4^ m. at $8 ; Leclerc, X., watchman, 4 m. at $20 

Latraverse, Nar., sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6*733 m. at $20; back wages, $11.80 

Paul, Edouard, sailor, July-Nov., April-Juns, 6 '660 m. at $20 ; back wages, $11.80 

Petit, Ls., engineer, July-Nov., April- June, 6 '733 m. at $40 

Dauphinais, Capt. Ls., Sorel, boarding crew : July-Nov., May-June, 13 hands, 6^ m. at $10 
per month each, $845 ; 2,812 extra meals, $306.65 



Tug 'Emelia' ; Day Crete ($2,373.57). 

Benoit, Henri, sailor, July-Dec, April- June, 7 '861 m. at $20 ; back wages, $15 

Bonin, J. Bte., fireman, Nov. -Dec, '661 m. at $25, lh\ d. at $1 ; back wages, $1 

Chapdelaine, Jos., fireman, 5'7 m. at $30, 1101 in. at $25, 21| d. at $1; back wages 
$13 

Denis, Mrs. D. , cook, April- June, 2 * 7 m. at $16 

Dupre, Donat, sailor, July-Dec, April- June, 7 '861 m. at $20 ; back wages, $13.07 

Godin, Remi, captain, July-Dec, April- June, 8*161 m. at $50; balance due June, 1900, $5. . 

Godin, Miss Zoe, cook, July- Dec, 4| m. at $16, '661 m. at $12 

Joly, J. Bte., sailor, July-Dec, April-June, 7 '327 m. at $20 ; back wages, $15 

Lavallee, Henri, fireman, May- June, 1 066 m. at $25 

Mathieu, Donat, fireman, Dec, \ m. at $25, ^ m. at $30 ; back wages, $2 

Mathieu, John, engineer, July-Dec, March-June, 8'806 m. at $50 

Godin, Capt. Remi, Sorel, boarding crew : July-Nov., June, 7 hands, 6 m., 1 hand, h, m., May 
8 hands, 1 m. at $10 per month each, $505; crew, Dec-April, 504 meals, $55.57 ; car 
penters, 52 meals at 15c 



$ cts. 
162,887 54 



58 00 

138 47 

20 00 



985 02 



Tug ' Emelia ' Night Crew ($1,850.67). 

Alenburg, Z., sailor, Aug., 101 m. at $20 ; Cartier, J., sailor, Aug. -July, 1220 m. at $20. . . 

Bonin, J. Bte, fireman, July-Nov., 4| m. at $30 ; back wages, $12.13 

Frenette, Geo., sailor, 1013 m. at $20; Godin, Miss Aug., cook, April-June, 1*234 m. 

at $10 . 

Gouin, Pierre, fireman, April- June, 1\ m. at $30 

Grenier, Miss F., cook, June, '933 m. at $10 ; Guevremont, Miss M., cook, 1048 in. at $10. . 

Hurteau, D., sailor, July-Nov., April-June, 6*66 m. at $20; back wages, $12.20 

Latour, Miss M., 2nd cook, July-Oct., 3'220 m. at $10 

Lavallee, H., sador, July-Nov.,' April, 4 '66 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.13 

Lus.sier, L'Wis, engineer, July-Nov., April- Jnne, 6*66 m. at $40 

Paul, Arthur, sailor, Aug. -Nov., At ril-June, 5 '279 m. at $20 ; back wages, $6.27 

St. Martin, Arthur, captain, July-Nov., April- June, 6*66 m. at $40 

Trempe, A., sailor, May, 194 m. at $20 ; Valois, Miss C, cook, Oct., * 226 m. at $10 

Godin, Capt. Remi, Sorel, boarding crew : July-Nov., May -June, 7 hands, 5£ m., 6 hands, 1 

m., 1 hand, .7 ni. at $10 per month each, $450 ; 1,508 extra meals, $161.80 

Tug 'St. Francis' : Day Crew ($2,124.27.) 

Boudreault, Jos., sailor, May June, 1*677 m. at $20 

Caisse, Leonard, sailor, July-Nov., 5 ni. at $20 ; back wages, $13.60 

Denis, Chs., fireman, Sept. -Oct. -Dec, 2 m. at $25, 14^ d. at $1 

Ethier, Nap., July-Aug., Nov.-Dec: sailor, 1*484 m. at $20; fireman, 1*516 m. at $30, 14i d. 
at $1 ; back wages, $13.00 



1— 3v 



Carried forward 171,972 26 



146 47 


43 33 


101 80 


124 30 


54 17 


314 17 


23 53 


54 17 


124 30 


43 33 


162 33 


145 13 


178 47 


116 00 


146 47 


145 13 


269 33 



1,151 65 



172 23 


33 03 


234 78 


43 20 


170 90 


413 06 


79 94 


161 56 


26 67 


29 50 


440 33 



568 37 



27 75 


147 13 


44 60 


65 00 


19 81 


145 53 


32 26 


105 46 


266 67 


111 86 


266 67 


6 13 



611 80 



33 55 

113 60 

64 50 

103 20 



V-34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug ' St. Francis ' : Day Crew — Continued. 

Ethier, Mrs. Nap., cook, July-Oct., 452 m. at $12, 2 742 m. at $16 

Grimard, Pierre, sailor, Aug.-Nov., May-June, 5194 m. at $20, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.20 

Hamel, Ephrem, captain, July-Nov., April- June, 6 '91 m. at $50 

Hamilton, Miss L., cook, Oct. -Nov., 1306 m. at $16, h, m. at $12 

Hurteau, Adelard, sailor, July-Nov., May-June, 6 '677 m. at $20 ; back wage?, $13.60 

Mandeville, Miss D., cook, May-June, 1*71 m. a:- $12 

Mathieu, Henri, fireman, July-Aug., 1484 m. at $30, 26J d. at $1 ; back wages, $6.60 .... 

Mathieu, Thos., engineer, July-Aug , 1 ' 484 m. at $50 

Matte, Thos., engineer, Aug. -Dec, Apl.-June, 6 '798 m. at $50 

Paul, Jos., captain, July, '323 m. at $45 

Peloquin, Jas., fireman, May-June, 1/677 m. at $30 

Wilkie, Robt., fireman, Sept. -Oct., 2 m. at $25, 1 d. at $1 

Paul, Capt. Jas., Sorel, boarding crew, July 1-10, 7 hands '323 m. at $10 per month each. . . . 
Hamel, Capt. Ephrem, Sorel ; boarding crew : Aug.-Nov., June, 7 hands 3 m., 8 hands 2 m. 

at $10 per month each, $370 ; July, May, 882 meals to crew, $94.84, 40 extra meals at 15c. 

$6 ; telephone messages, 50c. ; glass and putty, 36c 



171,972 26 


49 29 


118 07 


345 54 


26 90 


147 15 


20 52 


77 62 


74 19 


339 95 


14 52 


50 33 


51 00 


22 58 



Tug l St. Francis': Night Crew ($1,205.76). 

Boisvert, Arthur, captain, July-Nov. 2 181 m. at $40, 1 m. at $50, 1 m. at $30 

Denis, Chas., fireman, July-Aug., Nov., 2*048 m. at $25; back wages, $12.13 

Ducharme, Frs. , sailor, 4 ' 048 m. at $20 ; back wages, $7.93 

Ethier, Miss B., cook, July-Nov., 2'742 m. at $10 

Ethier, Nap., fireman, Sept. -Oct., 2 m. at $30 

Mandeville, Miss D., cook, Oct, -Nov., 1306 m. at $10 , 

Mandeville, E., sailor, July-Oct., 3'548 m. at $20 

Mathieu, Henri, engineer, Aug.-Nov., 1016 m. at $40, 1 m. at $50, 1 m. at $30 

Matte, Thos., engineer, July-Aug., 1'032 m. at $40 

Perron, Adolphe, sailor, Nov., \ m. at $20 ; back wages, $3 

St. Michel, D., July-Nov., 4*048 m. at $20 ; back wages, $7.93 

Wilkie, Robt., fireman, July-Aug., Nov., 2'048 m. at $25 ; back wages, $7.93 

Hamel, Capt. Ephrem, Sorel, boarding crew : July 15-Nov. 15, 8 hands 1 m., 7 hands 3 m. at 
$10 per month each, $290 ; 932 meals to crew, $101.82 



Dredge ' No. 11 



',,569.08). 



Beaulieu, Mrs. R., cook, Oct. -Nov., ■ 581 m. at $12, | m. at 820 

Blais, Zem>n, sailor, July-Nov., 44 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.07 

Collette, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., 4 4 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.07 

Comtois, John, engineer. July-Dec, 5 '613 m. at $60 

Comtois, Noe, fireman, July-Dec, 4'4 m. at $25, 33i d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.07 

Dauphinais, J. Bte., carpenter, July, Sept., Nov., 26 d. at $1.40, 51 d. at $1.60 

Denis, Frs., fireman, July-Dec, 4'4 m. at $25, 33 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.07 

Desrochers, J. Bte., sailor, July-Nov., 3 '819 m. at $20 ; back wages, $8 

Dionne, Miss D., cook, July-Sept., 2^ m. at $8 ; Dionne, Miss H, cook, 2g m. at $12 

Gendron, Chas., captain, July-Nov., 5 m. at $60 

Goudreau, Jas., sailor, July-Nov., 4'4 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.07 

Lavallee, John, mate, July-Nov., 4 4 m. at $35 ; Lussier, H. fireman, 13| d. at $1 

Mathieu, Henri, fireman, Dec, 14 d. at $1 ; Matte, Mrs. H., cook, Sept. -Oct.. '919 m. at $12 

Matte, Miss L., 2nd cook, ^ m. at $8 ; Matte, Miss O., 2nd cook, Oct., '419 m. at $8 

Matte, Octave, sailor, July, '484 m at $20 ; back wages, $4.27 

Mondor, Geo., sailor, July-Nov., 4'4 m. at$20 ; back wages, $12.07 

St. Michel, Michel, watchman, July-Nov. 3 '766 m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.07 

Vilandre, Damase, watchman, Sept., '633 m. at $20. 

Gendron, Capt. Chas., Sorel, boarding craw : July 1-Oct. 30, 12 hands 2 m., 13 hands 2 m., 1 

hand \ m. at $10 each per month, $505 ; extra meals, 510 to crew, $56.22 ; 196 to J. Bte. 

Dauphinais at 15c. $29.40 

Gendron, Capt. Chas., Sorel, loading coal, 365 tons at 12|c; sundries, $3.90 



Spoon Dredge 'No. 6' ($3,166.01). 

Beaulac, John, carpenter, Aug. -Oct., 72 d. at $1.60 ; board allowance, 2*645 m. at $15 

Beliveau, Arthur, sailor, ^ m. at $25 ; board allowance, J m. at $12 

Guevremont, J. Bte., sailor, July-Nov., May-June, 6'66 m. at $25; due June. 1900, $1.67; 

board allowance, 4§ m. at $15, 2 m. at $12 

Hardy, Geo., sailor, May- June, 2 m. at $25 ; board allowance, 2 m. at $12 

Henault, Victor, sailor, July-Nov., 4 '66 m. at $25 ; due June, 1900, $2.50 ; board allowance, 

4§ m. at $15 

Joly, Frs., sailor: July-Sept. 2f m. at $25 ; due June, 1900, $2.50 ; board allowance, 2f m. at 
"$15 ' 



Carried forward. 



471 70 



167 27 
63 34 
88 90 
27 42 
60 00 
13 06 
70 97 

120 65 
41 29 
13 00 
88 90 
59 14 

391 82 



14 97 


100 07 


100 07 


336 77 


155 57 


118 00 


155 07 


84 39 


50 00 


300 00 


100 07 


167 50 


25 03 


7 35 


13 95 


100 07 


87 40 


12 67 


590 62 


49 51 


154 88 


12 33 


262 34 


74 00 


189 17 


98 50 


347 68 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-35 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Spoon Dredge ' No. 6 ' — Concluded. 

Laprode, Pierre, sailor: July-Nov., May, 5 569 m. at $25; due June, 1900, $2.50; board 

allowance, 4 ' 509 m. at $15, 1 m. at $12 

Malhiot, Alfred, sailor : May- June, 1§ m. at $25 ; board allowance, 1§ m. at $12 

Mandeville, Eug., fireman : July-Nov., 4* m. at $30 ; board allowance, 4* m. at $15 , 

Marcotte, L., watchman : July-Nov., May-June, 6i m. at $25, 3 d. at $1 ; board allowance 

4* m. at $15, 2 m. at $24 

Mongeon, Ls., fireman : May- June, 1 m. at $30, 1 m. at $35 ; board allowance, 2 m. at $12. 

Mongrain, Ephrem, sailor : 2 033 m. at $25 ; board allowance, 2 033 m. at $15 

Peloquin, Chas., cranesman : July-Nov., April-June, 77 m. at $50; due June, 1900, $5; 

board allowance, 5 ' 7 m. at $15, 2 m. at $12 

Power, J., sailor : Sept., T V m. at $25 ; board allowance, ^ m. at $15 

Savard, L., sailor : June, 1 m. at $25 ; board allowance, 1 m. at $12 

.Wright, Jas., captain : July-Nov., April-June, 8 m. at $80; due June, 1900, $8; board 

allowance, 243 d. at $1 ; outlay, $4 . 65 



Tug 'Eureka' ($3,023.73). 

Autaya, Jos., sailor, April-May, "878 m. at $20 ; Beique, Mrs., cook, June, 1 m. at $25. . 

Boulanger, J., sailor, May, "645 m. at $20 ; Campeau, Mrs., cook, Nov.. Id. at $1 

Brault, Sam., 2nd engineer, May-June, 1'387 m. at $40 

Caput, Ferdinand, cook, April-May, 31 d. at $1.50 

Denis, Chas., jr., fireman, 133 m. at $25 ; Denis, John, fireman, Dec, 10^ d. at $1 

Ethier, Miss B., 2nd cook, 097 m. at $12 ; Frenette, Thos., wheelman, 1387 m. at $30. . 

Fortin. Frs., mate, July-Dec, Mar.-May, 7'806 in. at $50 

Gauthier, Alfred, fireman, Sept., £ m. at $25; Godin, Miss A., cook, June, 1 m. at $12.. . 

Guenette, Miss A., 2nd cook,, July-Dec, 5484 m. at $10 

Guilbault, Alfred, fireman : July Dec, Mar.-May, 6 '462 m. at $25, 47* d. at $1 ; back wages, 

$14.60 

Joly, Nar., cook, July-Dec, April-May, 6 15 m. at $30, 645 m. at $35 . 

Joubert, Jos. , fireman, May- June, 1 ' 29 m. at $25 

Labrecque, Wilfrid, mate, May -June, 1 387 m. at $25 

Laforest, Jos., captain, May-June, 1 '387 m. at $50 

Laforest, Ls., mate, Nov., \ m. at $40 ; Lamoureux, D., fireman, 2 '033 at $25, ^ d. at $1 

Lavallee, Jos., sailor, May-June, 1 '387 m. at $20 . . 

Legendre, Ludger, sailor : July-Dec, April-May, 6 '462 m. at $20, 9 d. at $1 ; back wages, $15. 

Lussier, Levis, fireman, Dec, 11 d. at $1 ; Major, Miss A., 2nd cook, Sept., 2 d. at $1 

Major, Louis, sailor, July-Dec, 5 '484 m. at $20, 6 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.33 

Major, Mrs. Ls., cook, July-Dec, 5'484 m. at $25 

Mongeau, Hormidas, sailor : Sept. -Dec, 3 '317 m. at $20 ; back wages, $9.47 

McLaren, Miss R., 2nd cook, '161 m. at $12 ; Pelletier, Miss C, cook, '548 m. at $25 

Peloquin, Felix, July-Dec, Mar.-May : sailor, 2 m. at $20, 6 d. at $1 ; fireman, 4 462 m. at 

$25, 4H d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.20. . . 

Rouleau, Firs., fireman, May- June, 1323 m. at $25 ; Roy, Adel., sailor, "33 m. at $20 

Roy, Alfred, engineer, July-Dec, Mar.-May, 8.258 m. at $60 

Roy, John, engineer, July -Dec, April- June. 8 '258 m. at $40, 1 355 m. at $60 

Vilandre, D., sailor, May, 097 m. at $20; Vilandre, Mrs. D., cook, May, '097 m at $25. . 

Tug ' John Pratt ' ($2,393.23). 

Autaya, Paul, sailor, May- June, 1 ' 355 m. at $20 

Berard, Nazaire, sailor, May- June, 1'355 m. at $20 , 

Boulanger, Jos., sailor, May, '355 m. at $20 ; Boulanger, Z., sailor, June, 1 in. at $20 

Brault, Sam., fireman : July-Dec, April-May, 6 172 m. at $25, 1 d. at $1 ; back wages, $13.60 

Chevrier, Raphael, captain, May- June, 1 ' 806 m. at $60 

Denis, Frs., fireman, Mar. -June, 2*366 m. at $25, 28 d. at $1 

Frenette, Thos., wheelman : July-Dec, April-May, 6*206 m. at $30; back wages, $14.13 . . . 
Gauthier, A., fireman, Aug., '387 m. at $25; Laforest, Ls., sailor, Dec, '258 m. at $20. ... 

Joubert, Alex., fireman, 4 806 m. at $25, 12^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.07 

Joubert, Jas,, sailor : Aug. -Dec, 3 '71 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.80 

Laforest, Jos., July-Dec, April-May : £nd pilot, 5 452 m. at $40; captain, 1613 m. at $50. . 

Langevin, Mrs. S., cook, July-Dec, 5' 194 m. at $25 

Laroche, Nap., fireman: July-Dec, Apl.-June, 7'427 m. at $25; 2 d. at $1 ; back wages, 



$14 80 



Latour, Miss, 2nd cook, July-Nov., 5 m. at $10 

Latraverse, Miss A., cook, Apl.-June, 2' 4 ni. at $25 .' 

Latraverse, Miss F., 2nd cook, Apl. -.June, 2 4 m. at $10 

Lavallee, Art., fireman, Dec, 14 d. at $1 ; Lavallee, Henri, fireman, June, 133 m. at $25. . . 

Lavallee, Jos., sailor, Apl. -May, '979 m. at $20 

Lebrecque, Wilfrid, sailor : July-Dec, Apl.-May, 6' 172 m. at $20 ; 8 d. at $1 ; back wages, 
$14.80 * • 



178,347 68 



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1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Tug ' John Pratt ' — Concluded. 

Matte, John, engineer, July-Dec, Mar. -June, 9 '226 m. at $50 

Matte, Thos., fireman, Mar.-Apl., 11^ d. at $1 ; Mongeau, A., sailor, July- Aug., 1194 m. 
at $20 



Mongeon, Ls., fireman, Dec. 20 d. at $1 ; Picard, O., sailor, July- Aug. 1*484 m. at $20 

Tug 'St. James' ($1,405.18). 

Adam, Pierre, July-Nov., 5 m. at $20 ; back wages, $14.53 

Antayar, Jos., sailor, July-Nov., 5 m. at $20; 17 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53, 

Aussant, Paul, sailor : July-Nov., 5 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53 

Beique, Mrs. L. M., cook, July, 581 m. at $25 

Berard, Naz., sailor : July-Dec, 5 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53.. 

Blette, Phi., fireman : July-Dec, 5 m. at $30, 16^ d. at $1 ; back wages, $14.53 

Boisvert, Jos., engineer, July-Dec, 5' 516 m. at $50 

Chevrier, Raphael, captain, July-Dec, 4 ' 563 m. at $60 

Dionne, Mrs. D., 2nd cook, 767 m. at $10 ; Dionne, Mrs. R,, cook, Nov., 766 m. at $25 

Gervais, Mrs. D., cook, July- Aug., '903 m. at $25 ; Lussier, Ed., captain, Sept., -i in. at $60 

Trudeau, Miss P., cook, July-Nov., '903 m. at $10, 2 ' 781 m. at $25 

Vadeboncoeur, Mrs. A., cook, Aug., '323 m. at $10; Vilandre, Mrs. A., cook, 1966 m. at $10 

Tug ' M. F. Parsons ' ($1,421.80). 

Beausoleil, Frs., captain, July-Nov., 2 m. at $45, 2i m. at $50 

Blais, J. Bte., sailor : July-Nov., 4i in. at $20, 4 d.'at $1 ; back wages, $12.27 

Chevalier, Pierre, fireman : July-Nov., May, 4£ m. at $30, 28 d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.27. . 

Ducharme, Alex., engineer, July-Nov., Apl.-June, 6'466 m. at $45.. 

Mandeville, Frs., watchman, 30 d. at $1.25 ; Matte, Mrs. D., July-Sept., 2£ m. at $12 

Mongrain, Ephrem, captain, June, \ m. at $50 

Trempe, Arthur, sailor : July-Nov., A\ m. at $20 ; back wages, $12.27 

Trempe, Mrs. Arthur, cook, Sept. -Nov., 2 m. at $12 

Trempe, Omer, sailor : July-Nov., A pi., 4£ m. at $20, 2| d. at $1 ; back wages, $12.27 

Beausoleil, Capt. Frs., boarding ciew : July 1-Nov. 15, 7 hands, \\ m. at $10 per m. each, 
$315 ; 27 extra meals at 15c, $4.05 



Tug ' Frontenac 

Bellemare, Miss B., cook, June, 1 m. at $12 ; Chaput, Ferd., cook, May- June, 13 d. at $1.50 

Chamberland, L., firemen, June, g m. at $25 ; Ducharme, Ed., fireman, '592 m. at $25 

Ducharme, Frs., sailor, ^ m. at $20 ; Fortin, Frs. mate, May-June, 1'355 m. at $50 

Guilbault, Alfred, fireman, May-June, 1 '355 m. at $25, 2 d. at $1 

Henault, Victor, sailor, May-June, 1 '226 m. at $20, 2 d. at $1.. 

Joly, Narcisse, cook, May- June, 1'355 m. at $35 ; Lamarche, Mrs., cook, 1 m. at $25 

Legendre, Ludger, May-June : sailor, '355 m. at $20 ; 2nd mate, 1 m. at $30, 2d. at $1 

Letendre, Arthur, 2nd engineer, May -June, 1*355 m. at $40 

Letendre, Jos., sailor, June, ^ m. at $20, 2 d. at $1 ; Millette, A., sailor, June, "355 m. at $20 

Peloquin, Felix, fireman, May- June, 1'355 m. at $25, 2 d. at $1 

Roy, Alfred, engineer, May-June, 1 ' 355 m. at $60 

Tug 'Jessie Hume' ($318.56). 

Hervieux, Honore, fireman : May- June, 1'516 m. at $30; board allowance, 1'516 m. at $12. 
Leboeuf, Gustave, captain, May-June, 1*516 m. at $50 ; board allowance, 1516 m. at $12. 

Malhiot, A., sailor : June, g m, at $30 ; board allowance, g m. at $12 

Mongrain, Ephrem, sailor : May- June, 1182 m. at $30 ; board allowance, 1182 m. at $12. 
Pitre, Emile, engineer, May-June, 1*581 m. at $50 ; board allowance, 1*516 m. at $12. . . . 

Tug ' Lac St. Pierre. ' 

Blais, Jos., sailor, June, 10 d. at $1 ; Durocher, Ed., fireman, June, 6 d. at $1 

Boisvert, Jos., engineer, Mar.-June, 3 ' 677 m. at $50 c 

Laforest, Ls., captain. June, "806 m. at $50 



Barges and Stonclifter ($1,887.55). 
New Barge ($311.01)- ' 

Beliveau, Jos., captain, July-Dec, A pi., 1 m. at $40, 4'661 m. at $50 

Beliveau, Capt. Jos., Sorel, extra meals supplied, 253 at 15c 

Coal Barge No. 1 ($110)- 

Beliveau, Jos., captain, May- June, 2 m. at $50 

Beliveau, Capt. Jos., Sorel, 50 extra meals supplied at 20c 

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461 29 



35 37 


49 68 


114 53 


131 53 


116 53 


14 52 


116 53 


181 03 


275 81 


273 81 


26 84 


52 58 


78 58 


22 89 


215 00 


106 27 


175 27 


291 00 


67 50 


16 67 


102 27 


21 00 


104 77 



319 05 



31 50 


27 32 


69 74 


35 87 


26 52 


72 42 


39 10 


54 19 


19 10 


35 87 


81 29 


63 67 


94 00 


14 00 


49 67 


97 22 


16 00 


.83 87 


43 33 



273 06 

37 95 

100 00 
10 00 



190,442 10 



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V-37 



St. I*a%vrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Barges and Stoneliftcr— Continued. 
Coal Barge No. 2 ($50)— 

Ducharme, Octave, captain, June, '133 m. at $50 

Monarque, Alphonse, captain, June, "800 in. at $50 

Barge Caroline ($385.55)— 

Lavallee, Arthur, captain, July-Nov., A pi. -June, 1 m. at $40, 6^ m. at $50 

Lavallee, Capt., Arthur, Sorel, extra meals supplied, 53 at 15c, 63 at 20c 

Barge Waverley ($364.15)— 

Beausoleil, Frs. , captain, May June, 1*71 m. at $50 

Monarque, Alphonse, captain, July-Nov., 1 m. at $40, 4 m. at $50 

Beausoleil, Capt. Frs., Sorel : extra meals supplied, 54 at 15c, 36 at 20c; 1 water 
puncheon, $1 

Monarque, Capt. A., Sorel : extra meals supplied, 147 at 15c; stamps 32c 

Stone -lifter No. 2 ($666.84)— 

Millette, Chas., 2nd captain, July-Nov., May -June, 6*51 m. at $30 

Roberge, Ls, captain, July-Nov., May-June, 6774 m. at $50 

Roberge, Capt. Ls., Sorel, boarding crew : July 1-Nov. 30, May 15- June 30, 2 hands 5h 
m., 1 hand li m. at $10 each per month ; 69 extra meals, $7.84 



Total wages and board (shops and vessels) 

Less — Charged to : Dredge vessels repairs ( Page- 
June, 1901, wages and board charged to 1901-02 



-V. 000) $ 352 33 
14,367 77 



Emploved in office at Sorel — 

Blais, M. C, service, 11 m. to May 31 at $100 ; outlay, $3.50 

Roy, Alfred, accountant, 11 m. to May 31 at $125 ; travel and outlay, $17.70 

Roy, Alfred, advance to be accounted for 

Ahearn & Soper, Ottawa ($14,412.20)— 

Engine and electrical apparatus for tug Eureka , 

Engine and electrical apparatus for dredges Aberdeen, Laval and Minto, 3 at $3,075. . . . 

Dynamo for tug St. James on account 

Additional lights, including lamps, fuses, marine recentacles, &c 

Rheostat, $73; 1,000 carbons, $30.50; carbon brushes, $63; 24 spherical globes, $42 ; 

small items, $32.20 

Alaska Feather & Down Co., Montreal, sea moss, 1,537 lbs. at lie 

Aussant, J. B., St. Joseph de Sorel, tamarack, 10 x 10 x 12 ft., 251 ft. at 12c; tamarack piles, 

8 pes. 30 x 31 ft., 243 ft. at 16c 

Beauchemin & Cic, Sorel : 2 pair engines for chutes at $350 ; 2 engines for steam winch, $230 ; 

10 steel ends for crank shaft 

Beauchemin A. E. & Cic, Sorel : castings, 85,732 lbs. at 2|c., 13,295 at 3c; 4 sets roller grates, 

61*38 sq. ft. at $5 ; 23 c i. stations for hydrographic survey, 18,444 lbs. at 2Jc; voucher 

65233 outstanding $404 ; less— scrap iron. 14,082 lbs. at lc, 18,000 at lc; fire bricks, 425 

at $35 per M., 500 at $45 

Bell Telephone Co., Sorel : rent of telephone, increase from $20 to $35 ; 4 m. to Dec. 1, 1900, 

$5, X m. to Aug. 1, 1901, at $35 a yr., $23.34 ; messages, $90.35 

Bertram, John & Sons, Dundas : 2 pair bevel gears for radial drilling and counter-sinking 



machine at $16 ; 1 ea. set and s. std. dies for 2i-in. head 



1, 1^, U at $2.20. 



Blais, Alfred, Lanoraie : 16 pes. spruce 18 to 36 ft. long x 12 in. to 7 in. at top,. 396 ft. at 10c, 
51 spruce poles at $1.50 ... 

Blette, Mde. Norbert, St. Joseph : season ticket for office employees for ferry, $25 ; trips of 
mechanics, &c, $5.87 ... 

Brule, Leon, Berthier en Haut, 207 pes. 2-in. pine, 3rd quality, 4,104 ft. at $18 

Brunet, J. W. R., Sorel, B. C. fir at $45.50 : 82 pieces of 3| x 3£ in. x 35 to 40 ft., 3,126 ft., 
179 of 4 x 6 in. x 25 to 40 ft., 12,700 ft., 194 of 4 x 9 in. x 20 ft., 11,640 ft., 359 of 4 x 11 in. 
« x 20 ft., 26,326 ft., 19 of 8 x 9 to 10 in. x 10 to 62 ft., 2,272 ft., 19 of 9 x 10 in. x 10 ft., 
1,425 ft., 20 of 7 x 17 in. x 93 to 98 ft., 19,100 ft., 9 of 12 x 12 to 15 in. x 13 to 96 ft., 11,638 
ft., 10 of 16 x 16 in. x 46 to 60 ft., 11,563 ft., 1 of 30 x 30 in. x 60 ft., 4,500 ft.; clear cedar 
planks, 1 x 9 and up, in. x 16 ft., 998 ft 

Buckley, Jas. , Prescott, 5 tons soft coal at $4 . 50 

Cameron & Co., Ottawa : S. C. siding, 1£ x 7 in. and up x 12 to 16 ft., 65,004 ft. at $21 ; hem- 
lock, 10 x 10 to 12 in. x 20 ft., 34,943 ft. at $12.50, 3 x 6 in. and up, 15,162 ft. at $12.50, 
12 x 12 in. x 14 to 36 ft., 126,60 ) ft. at $17 ; good merchantable fir, 6 to 15 in. x 9 to 17 in. 
x 36 to 98 ft. 6 in., 37,832 ft. at $45.50 ; travel of 2 men, $12.55. (Note— $1,012.95 paid 
South Shore Railway for freight) . 

Canada Switch and Spring Co., Montreal ($5,345.74)— 

Steel bucket bottom, castings, 45,414 lbs. at 6^c 

Steel links, 4,331 lbs., and steel sheaves, 1,328 lbs. at 6|c 

Steel flanges, 534 lbs., and steel bale castings, 592 lbs. at 6|c 

Steel gears, 558 lbs., bevel gears, 70 lbs., and worm gears, 450 lbs. at 6£c 

Friction bands, 1,032 lbs., pinion, 482 lbs., and clutches, 264 lbs. at 6}c 



Carried forward 213,323 



$ cts. 
190,442 10 



6 67 
43 33 

365 00 
20 55 

85 48 
240 00 

16 30 
22 37 

195 29 
338 71 

132 84 



191,908 64 



14,720 10 



177,188 54 

1,103 50 

1,392 70 

200 00 

2,600 00 

9,225 00 

2,000 00 

346 50 

240 70 
169 07 

69 00 

985 00 



3,286 78 

118 69 

45 20 

116 10 

30 87 
73 87 



4,790 59 
22 50 



5,877 51 

2,838 37 

353 67 

70 38 

67 38 

111 15 



V-38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Canada Switch and Spring Co. — Con. 

Worm pinion, spider pattern, brackets, pistons, bearings, 1,073 lbs. at 6|c 
R. H. and L. H. racket wheels, 3,438 lbs., and wheels, 2,342 lbs. at 6£c. . . . 

Steel deadeye castings, 10,952 lbs. at 5Jc; express and freight, $1.54 

Steel castings, 13,719 lbs. at 6£c, 810 lbs. at 5|c 



Cavanagh, Ed. Co., Montreal ($15,454.63)— 

Wrought iron billots, 7 sq. x 4 ft. IO5 in. long, square edges and ends, 100, 80,010 lbs. at 

$4 per 100 lbs 

Wrought iron tubes, 10 in. o. d. x |, 144 lbs. at $4.35 

Best Canadian refined iron : round, 500 lbs. at $2,274, 1,000 at $2,424, 1,000 at $2.17*, 

7,932 at $1.80, 4,086 at $1,874, 527 at $2.45, 4,794 at $2,024, 8,076 at $2.30, 121,494 

lbs. at $1,824; square, 1,000 lbs. at $2,174, 8,077 at $1.90, 2,413 at $1,974, 500 at 

$2.52i, 600 at $2.40, 250 at $2,124, 600 at $2.15, 3 bdles. at $1.95 

Sun refined iron, 5,102 lbs. at $3.95, 2J08 at $3. 80, 18,147 at $3. 75.. 

2 only steel shutes as per blue print, 10,800 lbs. at $7 . 95 

Iron pipe, 50 len. A in., 7914 C. at $3.57, 25 len. 2 in., 4315 at $12.70, 25 len. 24 in., 

5083 at $28.50 

Galv. best chain, 256 ft., 404 lbs. at 74c; 100 sheets gal v. iron, 1,191 lbs. at 44c 

Screws of sundry kinds 

Fittings : class B, 165 lbs. at 10c; class C, 784 lbs. at 8c; class D, 2,363 lbs. at 64c 

Malleable unions : 200 each of 2 in. at 374c, 14 in. at 28c, 1{ in. at 23c, 1 in. at 164c, f 

in. at 134c, | in. at lie, g in. at 10c, | in. at 9c 

Malleable couplings, tees and elbows 

Bushings : 4 x 2A in., 100 at 25c, 4i x 5 in., 154 at 60c, l|xl in., 200 at 4|c, 1 x \ in., 

200 at 5c, \ x % in. and g x £ in., 200 at 24c 

1 case strip tin, 450 lbs. at 39c ; fo ft. star, 74 x 84 at $2 

Acme car bolts 

Washers, 490 lbs. at $5.50, 100 at $6.50, 200 at $5.55, 600 at $5.25 

Steel ship plates, 24,636 lbs. at $1,574 5 plates as per blue print, 3,410 lbs. at $3.70 

Nuts : square, 5 boxes at $4.20, |-in.^ 10 boxes at $4.50, £ and f, 15 at $4.40, | and 1 in., 

2u at $4.30, 4-in., 5 at $5, 14 in., 5 at $4.70 ; hex., g-in., 5 boxes at $5.30, 1$ m., 5 at 

$5.20, 14 in., 5 at $5.70 

55 blocks ingot copper, 1,013 lbs. at 19£c; copper rivets, 18 lbs. at 38c 

Smoke-stack rivets : £ x f to H in., 500 lbs. at $4.45, & x \ and 1A in., 600 at $4.22, § x 

I to H in., 400 at $4.10, h x f to 1A, in., 300 at $3.94 

Steel angles, 13,696 lbs. at $2~25, 3,646 at $1.65 

Nails : cut, 2J in., 15 kegs at $2.40, 3 in., 20 at $2.35, 4 in., 10 at $2.30, 5 and 6 in., 20 

at $2.25; wire roofing, 1 in., 5 kegs at $3.99 ; ord. wire, 1 in., 5 kegs at $3.74, 1A in. 

5 at $3.19, 14 in., 5 at $3.14, 2 in., 10 at $3.04, 2£ in., 10 at $2.89, 3 in., 25 at $2.84, 
4 in., 2u at $2.79, 5 and 6 in., 15 at $2.74, 6 in., 5 at $2.85 ; blue finishing, 3 in., 5 
kegs at $2.98, 2 in., 5 at $3.05, 24 in., 5 at $3 

Pipe, brass : |-in., 66 lbs. at 35c; gas, £ and § in., 100 len., 1,543 1 at $3.35 

Ship spikes, £ x 5 in., 25 kegs at $3.45, § x 5 in., 75 at $3.09, ^ x 8 in., 25 at $2.98, § x 

6 to 7 in., 100 at $3,174, A x 7 to 8 in., 100 at $3,074, 4 x 8 in., 100 at $2.924 

Only iron flanges, 1A x 5, 50 at 15c, 2 x 6 in., 50 at 21c, 2$ x 7 in., 50 at 31c, 3x74 in., 50 

at 37Ac., 3^ x 84 in., 50 at 50c, 50 at 18c 

Nipples : close, 4 in., 25 at 42|c, 2 in., 100 at 18c; short, i-in., 200 at 2c, 4. in., 200 at 

2Ac, |-in.. 200 at 3c, % to 1 in., 1,200 at 4c, A-in., 100 at 5c, \\ in., 200 at 54c, 14 in., 

200 at 6ic, 2 in., 200 at 9c, 100 at 18c ; long, 100 at 7c, 100 at 9c 

Plugs, \ to |-in., 1,700 at 2c, f-in., 100 at 2*c., 1-in., 200 at 3c, l£in., 100 at 34c, 14 in., 

100 at 4c, \\ and 2 in., 200 at 5c, 2 in., 100 at 8c ... 

12 doz. galv. pails at $2.48 ; 6 doz. drinking cups at 50c; 12 ret. cups at 50c 

No. 1 extra white cotton waste, 2,836 lbs. at $6 85 

Best navy oakum and extra new hemp, 10,000 lbs. at $5 . 75 

• Scrubbers : paint, 2 doz. at $1 75 ; deck, 2 doz. at $5.25 ; scrubs, 6 doz. at $2 

Sledge handles, 12 doz. at $1.20, 12 at $2.15 

Carriage knobs, 12 grs. at 35c ; brass long tube, 12 grs. at 95c ; strap hinges, $7 

French glue medal, 196 lbs. at 13c; washing soda, 1,008 lbs. at 774c 

Sundries, $4.10 ; telephone matches, $20.10 ; less underpaid, 2c 

Caverhill, Learmont & Co., Montreal: best refined iron, 3,100 lbs. at $3; screws, brass, 
$59.64; set, $1.52; coach, 81c; locks, drawer, 4 A, doz. at $3.50 ; rim, 6 doz. at $3.75 ; 
hooks and eyes, 1 gross at $2, 1 at $2.80 ; drawer pulls, 1 gross at $8 ; chain, single iron 
jack, $5.94 ; bit. coil, $15 ; banner burners, 6 doz. at 75c, 6 at $1 ; cupboard catches, 1 

gross at $6 . 20 ; box and case, 50c 

Chagnon, F. N., Sorel : 644 galls, machine oil at 40c; potatoes, $5.83; 1 tub lard, $2.50; 
sugar, maple, 12* lbs. at 12c; granulated, 20 lbs. at 64c, 10 at 6c, 22 at 5Ac; loaf, 5 lbs. 
at 9c; moist, Kflbs. at 5c; butter, 69 lbs. at 24c; eggs, 29 doz. at 16c.; tea, $3.65; 

coffee, $4.70 ; canned goods, $17 ; sundries, $6 50 , 

Chapleau, G. & Sons, Montreal : 1 steel range with 2 fires and 2 ovens "... 

Chandonnet, J. A., semaphore at St. Jean des Chaillons : Avages, 4 m. at $40, 31 d. at $1.33A, ; 
releasing gauge 24 times at 25c; carrying 154 messages at 10c ; repairs, &c, $24.10. . . . 

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213,323 07 



67 07 
361 22 

576 52 



3,200 40 
626 40 



3,063 76 
984' 94 

858 60 

227 89 

83 90 

615 47 

232 82 

297 00 
59 39 

141 40 

181 50 

123 59 

76 05 

514 19 



347 50 
201 84 

75 79 
368 32 



507 90 
74 80 

1,310 00 

86 25 

172 63 

68 00 
38 76 
194 27 
575 00 
26 00 
40 20 
22 60 
33 29 
24 18 



243 00 

92 94 
100 00 

246 84 

231,365 27 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-39 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Coghlin, B. J., Montreal : steel punch, 1,580 lbs. at lie.; mild, 1^ to 2£ in., 322 lbs. at 3c., 3 
in., 1,304 at $2.75, 3£ to 4 in., 2,232 at $3. 10 ; spring, 2$ x |-in., 218 at $3.25 ; oval chisel 

142 at Ilk, 432atl0Ac 

Consumers Cordage Co., Limited, Montreal : sail twine, 40 lbs. at 30c; manilla, 16,093 2 at 
lie, 10,407 at 14^c; Tor. Russ. line, 5072 at 10|c; Buss, halyards, 106 at 13c; mor 

line, 105 at 12c 

Corbeil, Adolphe, St. Joseph de Sorel, removing ferryman's house from shipyard's property 

to village lot, as per agreement 

Courchesne, Geo., Sorel, plumbing and sundry repairs to dredges and tugs and sundry 

plumbers' supplies, &c 

Crawford, R., Kingston, soft coal, 25 tons at $4.50 

Cuddy, Brodeur Co., Montreal : cabin brackets, nickel-plated, No. 2, 12, $62.10, No, 1, 24 
$81 ; bracket lamps and reflectors, 3 doz. at $10.20; B. Burness lamps, 12 at $1 ; B. 
Burness lanterns, Oat $1.50 ; B., Burness Leader, 6 doz. at $2.25 ; A. Burness lamps, 10 
doz. at 75c; cold blast chimneys, 12 doz. at 67^c; lamp chimneys, 6 doz. at 85c, 84 at 
75c, 24 at 60c; round mast globes, 3 doz. at $9 ; No. 1 Leader chimney, 26| doz. at $1 
cold blast lanterns, 12 doz. at $8 ; mast tubs, No. 1, 1 doz. at $15.65, No. 2, 1 doz. at 
$13.55; chamber set, $8; chambers, asst., 1 doz., $0; kitchen utensils, $181.69; table 

ware, $338.60; small items, $19.55 

Dansereau, F. X., Vercheres : care of 3 lamps on dredges, 49 d. at 75c; sundry supplies, $1.05 
Date, John, Montreal : rubber cloth diving dress, No. 4, $52 ; diver's boots, $12 ; sundry, $22.80 

David, Elzear, Varennes, attending 2 lights on beacons, July 1-Nov. 14, 137 d. at 50c 

Davie, Geo. T., Levis ($2,508.13)- 

Repairs to dredge No. 8: spun oakum, 1,218 lbs, at 10c; pitch pine planking, 632 ft. at 
7c; green pitch, 3 brls. at $4.50; sundry supplies, $109.77; men's time regulating 
dock, docking, cleaning, &c, foreman, 165 h. at 40c ; carpenters and caulkers, 2,525 
h. at 20c; labourers, 110 h. at 17|c; use of tools, $37.50 ; board, (Mrs. Sarah Russell) 
114 d. at 50c, extra, $1.02 ; towage, $15 ; 3 tickets to Berthier, $4.70 ; 3 tickets to 

St. Hyacinthe, $7 .05 ; cash advanced, $8.80 

Repairs to dredge No. 6 : spun oakum, 286 lbs. at 10c; oak, 102 ft. at 10c; green pitch, 
1 brl., $4.50; hawsing irons repaired, 85 lbs. at 7c; sundry supplies, $27.09; men's 
time regulating dock, docking and undocking, &c: foreman, 65 h. at 40c; carpenters 
and caulkers, 1,325 h. at 20c; labourers, 55 h. atl7|c; use of tools, $32.50 ; towage, 

$15 

Repairs to dredge Laval : spun oakum, 884 lbs. at 10c ; white lead, 565 lbs. at 8c ; dry lead, 
389 lbs. at 6c.;* green pitch, 3^ brls. at $4.50 ; tallow, 54 lbs. at 12c; iron balls, 351 lbs. 
at 6c; hawsing irons repaired, 234 lbs. at 7c; lumber, 592 ft. at 7c; sundry supplies, 
$23.08; men's time regulating dock, docking, undocking and cleaning: foreman, 85 
h. at 40c; carpenters and caulkers, 3,020 h. at 20c; labourers, 125 h. at 17^c; use of 
tools, $47.60 ; board, (Mrs. Russell) Apl. 26 to May 3, meals far 6 men, 144 at 18c. . . 

Iberville, composition, No. 1, 10 galls., $35, No. 3, 5 galls., $23.50 

James, Ottawa : services re electric lighting at Govt, workshops, Sorel, %\ m. at 

$45.62, $35.32; travel and outlay, $51.30 

Dods, P. D. & Co., Montreal : best quality double boiled oil, 553| galls, at 72c; chemically 
pure white lead, 4,000 lbs. at $5.75 a 100 ; yellow paint in oil, 1,000 lbs. at 4c; permanent 
green paint, 150 lbs. at 12c; English vermillion, dry, 62 lbs. at 80c; best boat varnish, 25 
galls, at $3 ; methylated spirits, 25 galls, at $1.60 ; 6/o oval paint brushes, 7 doz. at $9.50; 
7/o, 3 at $11.50, 4/o, 2 at $11 50; patent brick paint, 30 galls, at 85c; sundry items, 
$48.84 



Str. 
Devine, 



Dominion Wire Rope Co., Montreal: best ccs., 19 w.h.c, { in., 1,000 ft. at $6.42; galv 
ccs., 19 w.h.c. '§ in., 500 ft. at $5.45, \ in., 500 ft. at $4~95 ; turnbuckles, galv., f in. 
H. & E., 36 at $1.85, § in., 36 at $1.25 ; wire rope sockets, f in., 36 at 80c, | in., 4 at 65c 

Duhamel, Philippe, Sorel, tallow, 3,289 lbs. at 7c 

Dupre, H., Montreal : pine, 3 in., 1,011 ft. at $70, 14, to 2 in., 4,539 ft. at $50, 1 in., 8,004 ft 
at $48, 41,460 ft. at $22.50 ; spruce, 2 in., 14,238 ft. at $15, 13,802 at $12.50; cherry, 292 
ft. at 15c 

Duval, E., Quebec : 1 boat, 15 ft. long 

Etnond, V. A. & Son, Quebec : piston rod valves, 18 at $7 

Fairbanks & Co., Montreal : gate valves, 2\ in., \ doz. at $82.68 ; check valves, 2 in., 2 doz. 
at |59, H in., 2 doz. at $40.56, 1^ in., 2 doz." at $31.08; flanged brass steam cocks, 2 
in., 6 at 11 ; heavy brass cocks, \ to 2 in., 36, $75.70 ; warehouse trucks, 3, $26.01 

Finlay, D., Sorel : oilcloth, floor, 39 yds. at 35c; sundry, $22.63 

Francceur, Alf. & Cie., Sorel : provisions, $1,253.14 ; sundry, $1.20 

Fraser, Viger & Co., Montreal : provisions, $161.60 ; sundry, $1.75 

( Jagne, Philip, Sorel : 2 in. deals, 2,694 ft. B.M., at $25 

Gagnon & Frere, Quebec, shaft : 3,630 lbs. at 2c ; cartage, $1 

Gidley, H. E., Penetanguishene : special sounding boat, 20 ft 

( J-reat North-west Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Gutta, Percha & Rubber Manfg. Co., Toronto ($1,884.09)— 

Lion steam svphon hose, 1 in., 6 ply., 684 ft. at 63^c 

■M.C Carte fire hose, 4 ply, 2h m.\ 1,000 ft.; 20 sets 2\ in., exp. ring couplings, $1,100; 
4 cases at $1 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Snip Channel— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Gutta Percha & Rubber Manfg. Co. — Con. 

Trojan cotton R.L. hose, 1^ in., 500 ft. at 26^ 

Plain long nozzles, 2 in., 6 at $2.75, 1^ in., 6 at 2 ; shank couplings, 1J in., 10 sets at $1. . 

69 valves, 3 to 14§ in. dia., \ to 1\ in. hole, \ to % in. thick, 175 lbs. at 98c; 2 cases, $1.05 
Habel, Augus v e, St. Jean desChaillons, inspector of work done by dredge Nithsdalc 

June 21 to July 3, 11 d. at $2 

Hadfield's Steel Foundry Co., Sheffield, Eng. ($5,044.83)- 

Hadfield's patent manganese steel dredger pin forgings, 3 to 3^ in. dia., 30 to 32 in. long, 
33.012 lbs 

Hadfield's patent manganese steel solid bushes, 775, asst. sizes, 5,122 lbs 

Hadfield's patent manganese steel split bushes, asst., 150, 999 lbs 

6 best tonghened steel worm pinions, and shafts combined, 16 in. dia., 5,150 lbs 

Freight, insurance and bills of lading 

Packing cases, $16.63 ; lining pattern, $1.46 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal : drawing cloth, 3 rolls at $10 ; drawing paper, 250 yds. at 25c; 

blue print paper, 2 rolls at $1.75, 6 at $1.60 

Hervieux, Quebec, repairs to barge : carpenters and caulkers, 56| d. at $1,75 ; sundry, $19.50 
Hudon, Arthur, Ottawa: services as electric wireman at $45 a month, $55.94 ; travel and 

hotel expenses, $53. 25 . 

Imperial Oil Co., Montreal ($2,434.43)— 

Marine valve oil, 829 galls, at 60c; marine engine, 626 '67 galls, at 55c 

Astral oil, 1,474 galls, at I7|c; summer black, 844 '5 galls, at 16c 

English castor oil, 8,500 galls at 85c ; cod oil, 125 '5 galls, at 38c 

Marine cylinder oil, 41 ' 5 galls, at 65c ; olive oil, 222 galls, at 75c 

No. 1 dynamo oil, 84 '5 galls, at 55c; patent grease, 853 galls, at 7c 

Turpentine, 280 galls . at 53^c 

Inglis, John & Sons, Toronto : 2 triple expansion engines and one marine return tubular 

boiler and fittings, all furnished, complete, according to plan and specifications, $20,350 ; 

less labour and materials supplied at Sorel shipyard, $1,753.32 

Johnston, James, Ottawa : travel and outlay in connection with installing electrical appara- 
tus for lighting government workshop, Sorel 

Joly, Narcisse N., St. Joseph de Sorel : washing, 1524 doz. pes. at 75c, 88 doz. at 30c 

Judson Governor Co. , Rochester, 6 globe stop valves, 2^ in 

Labelle, Cyrille, Sorel: soap, ' Santa Claus,' 50 cases at $4, 'Gilt Edge,' 25 cases at $4; 

oakum, 500 lbs. at 6c, 500 at 5Jc; English vermillion, 32 lbs. at $1 ; white lead, 200 lbs. 

at 74c.; deck scrubbers, 6 doz., $25.99; chain, 98 lbs. at 6c; sundry items, $117*97 

Lachapelle, Leon, Sorel, meat and poultry 

Lafleur, I. L., Montreal ($4,599.41)— 

1 16 in. x 8 ft. engine lathe, complete, with compound rest, plain tare block, friction 
countershaft and all necessary wrenches, $340 ; 1 16 in. x 10 ft. engine lathe com- 
plete, as above, $360 . . 

Manilla rope, 7,212 lbs. at 12c; standard sail duck, l,164i yds. at 17c 

Phospher bronze, 1,003 lbs. at $24 ; ingot copper, 2,018 lbs. at $18.50 

Cement, 45 brls. at $2.35; pine pitch, 20 brls. at $2.20; ground borax, 1,008 lbs. at 
$4.25 

Washing soda, 1,008 lbs. at 77c; gum shellac, 100 lbs. at 19c; calking cotton, 500 lbs. at 
lO^c . 

Smoke-stack varnish, 44 galls, at $1.10 ; permanent green paint, 200 lbs. at 10c 

Welded gas pipe, 5-in., 102^ ft. at 48|c, 3^-in., 529 ft. 9 in. at 32c, 3-in., 520 ft. at 25£c, 
2^-in., 546 ft. 7 in. at 19Ac . 

Sheet lead, 1,272 lbs. at 5£c.f sheet brass, 200 lbs. at 29c, 51^ at 26c, 144 at 25c, 89 at 
24|c . 

Warner's rim knob locks, 12 doz. at $4.25 ; all brass drawer locks, 12 doz. at $3.80 

Sliding door latches, 12 sets at $1.09 ; brass wardrobe locks, 12 doz. at $1.60 

Chest locks, 6 doz. at $1.70 ; brass padlocks, \ doz. at $10 ; door knobs, porcelain, 12 doz. 
at $1.05 

Plated door knobs, bronzed, 12 doz. at $2.97 ; rev. butt hinges, 72 doz., $81.96 

Narrow butt hinges, 1| to 2\ in., 48 doz., $14.40 ; gate hooks and eyes, 24 gross, $30.42. . . 

Coat and hat hooks, 12 gross at $1.26 ; cut tacks, 8 and 10 oz., 200 packages (of 12 papers) 
$54 

Mill saw files, 10-in., 12 doz. at $2.70 ; taper saw files, 12 doz. at 69c 

Cut lace leather, 30 lbs. at 65c; awning pulleys, 2 to 2£ in., 12 doz., $24.90 

Machined vises, 2 at $9.75 ; copperized engineer sets, 5 at $3.50. . , 

Chesterton's gum core packing, g-in., 110 lbs. at 30c 

Clocks : watchman's, 1 at $35 ; 1 clock, $12 ; alarm, 24 at $1.25 

Spring wire mattresses, 4 at $5 ; deadlight round glass, polished, f-in. thick, 8 doz., $19 

Shanty King axes and handles, 3 doz. at $7.75; sledge handles, 12 doz. at $1.70; axe 
handles, 18 doz. at $1.50 

Brooms, 12 doz. at $3.25 ; ship augers, 148, $90.85 

Roofing nails, 300 lbs., $12.30 ; flathead wood screws, 108 gross, $29.88 

Perrin's band saw : f-in., 500 ft. at 14|c ; §-in., 500 ft. at 13jc 

Iron wheelbarrows, 6 at $7 ; spades, 2 doz. at $8.75 



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132 50 

38 50 

173 04 

22 00 



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3,372 49 
701 64 
103 56 
626 57 
222 48 
18 09 


105 60 
118 37 


109 19 


842 07 
393 07 
748 94 
193 98 
106 19 
150 18 


18,596 78 


40 91 
37 84 
40 50 


554 34 

654 78 


700 00 

1,063 41 

614 05 


192 59 


79 26 
68 40 


457 13 


195 98 
96 60 
32 28 


27 80 

117 60 

44 82 


69 12 
40 68 
44 40 
37 00 
33 00 
77 00 
39 00 


70 65 
129 85 

42 18 
141 25 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-41 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Lafleur, I. L. — Con. 

D. H. moulder shovels, 3 doz. at $10.20 ; coal scoops, 3 doz. at $11.10 

Strap hinges, 30 prs, 215 lbs. at 5^c; sundry items, $158.74 ; less-allowance on bushings, 

plugs and unions, $68.04 ; rev. butts, $30.1)7 

Laforest, Jos., Sorel, outlay for provisions, $25 ; board, $2.50 

Larnoureux & Fils, Sorel, eastings, 110,670 lbs. at 2ic 

Lanciaux, Frs., Ste. Anne de Sorel, care of 4 beacon lights, July 1 to Sept. 30, Oct. 1-Nov. 15, 

138 d. at 25c. per light 

Langlois, J., Sorel, ferriage for season 1899-1900, $25 ; sundry trips, $5.87 

Laurie Engine Co., Montreal ($2,279.34)— 

Cast iron cylinders and valves, 30,070 lbs. at 3£c 

2 cylinders, 6,370 lbs. at 6c. ; making pattern, $13.70 

1 worm gear as per print, 3,825 lbs. at 6c; making pattern, $25 

Cast iron plates, 15,025 lbs. at 2^c. ; making pattern, $18.60 

Extra single leather belt, 2J;-inch, 200 It., $43 ; emery wheels, 14, $22.80 

T. S. twist drills, 24, $17.64"; barker holders, 1 set, $13.60 

Hex. cap screws, 200 at $9.35 ; adjustable dies, 3 sets at $7, 1 set Armstrong's dies, 

No. 2, $8.40. 

Carpenter steel : air hardening, 41 lbs. at 42c; stand special, 53 lbs. at 13c; sundry, 78c 

Set of hand taps, $8.10 ; No. 100, 1 drill chuck, $7 ; emery wheels, 2, $9.04 ; sundry, $6.94 

Leclaire, B., Sorel, hauling 2 dredge boilers from Sorel station to shipyard 

Leclaire & Lavallee, Sorel : coal, 21 tons 100 lbs. at $6 a ton ; slabs, 9 cords at $3.20 

Leclaire, Prudhomme & Cic, Sorel : coal, 142 33 tons at $4.50 ; unloading coal, 774 tons at 30c 
Lemay, E. H., Montreal ($14,555.49)— 

Pitch pine, 110,287 ft. at $41, 38,660 at $25 

British Columbia fir, 115,040 ft. at $45.25 

White oak, 4,83813 ft. at 66c, 1,029 at 65c 

Lemoine, P. C, Sorel: stoves, ' Happy Thought ' No. 9, 2 at $40; coal oil, 89 12 galls, at 

17^c ; sundry, $43.27 

Levis Graving Dock, St. Joseph de Levis ($707.60) — 

Dredge Laval, first day docking, $300; 7 days, 236 tons at 5c per ton per day, $103.60; 
2 hrs. pumping, $2 

Dredges No. 6 and 8, 1 day, $300 ; 2 hrs. pumping, $2 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal ($1,353.17)— 

Iron pipe : 2-in., 936 ft. 10-in. at $9.75 ; 1^-in., 882 ft. at $7.28 ; 1^-in., 957 ft. 9-in. at $6.10 ; 
1-in., 933 ft. 5-in. at $4.45; £-in., 784 ft. at $2.90; |-in., 823 ft. 2-in. at $3; £-in., 
688 ft. 4-in. at $3.10 

Jenkin's steam cocks, £-in., 38 at 49c, ^-in., 36 at 76c, f-in., 36 at $1.08 

Jenkin's globe valve, l-ia., 36 at 47c; steel tees, 1,007 lbs. at $2.30 

L. F. ingot tin, 516^ lbs. at 36^0.; pig lead, 546 lbs. at $4.05 

Tallow pumps, 6 at $4.50 ; clinch nails, 500 lbs. at $3.25 

Matches, 3 case? at $4.50 ; flax packing, 267^ lbs. at 27c 

Portland cement, 30 brls. at $2.25 ; white lead, 25 lbs. $1.69 

Copper wire, 101 lbs. at $27.15, 1514 at $27.05 ; s.p. wire, 50 lbs. $2.95. . 

Hock salt, 20 tons at $13 ; less freight, $5.20 

Angles, 16 ft., 4x3|x i-in., 2,996 lbs. at $2.30 

Clout nails, 300 lbs. at 7c ; candle wick, 50 lbs. at 20c 

Gum shellac, 50 lis. at 24c; sail duck, 12 oz., 50 yds. at 17c 

E. P. galv. pails, No. 13, 10 doz. at $3.13 

Cut tacks, 10 oz., 12 doz. at 29c; sundry small items, $13.74 

Lockhart Bedding Co., Montreal : brass beds, 3 at $67.50 ; Waldorf springs, 3, $54 ; Ostcemoor 
felt mattresses, 7, $100.80; pillows, 22 x 29-in., 3 prs., $21.60,4 prs., $16.20; baling, 
extra, $3 

Lussier, A. & Cie, Sorel : oilcloth, 21 § yds. at 50c ; ticking, 610 yds. at 20c 

Mandeville, Chs., St. Joseph de Sorei, straw, 5,890 lbs. at 55c a 100, 3 loads $7.50 

Marchand, J. T. & Cie, Montreal, oak, 12 to 16 in. x 12 to 17 in. x 26 to 45 in., 4,620 5 ft. at 60c. . 

Marien, R. M., Montreal, horses. 4 at $200 

Martrn, Alexis, Sorel : coal, Ah tons at $0, lOh tons at $5.50, 653^ tons at $4.40 

Mica Boiler Covering Co., Montreal : mica flexible mats, 424 sq. ft. at 30c; covering smoke 
box and end of boiler with mica cement, 137 sq. ft. at 30c; sectional pipe covering, 1 to 3 
in., 87 ft., $22.26; sundry, $7.53 

Mitchell, Robert, Co., Montreal : brass castings, 485 lbs. at 25c; ceiling lights, No. 32, 3 It., 

3 at $10 ; 2 It., No. 5, 7 at $3.75 ; brackets, 6 at $1 ; sockets, 20 at 20c; J. B. angle, 3-in., 
9 in. flange, bottom, 3-in. flange side, 2, $26 ; 3 in. brass globe valves, 6i-in. flanges, 2, 
$22.50; polishing 48 brass crosses, tees and flanges, $5.25: repairs to 2 copper pipes, 
$17.50 ; repairing 2 Korting injection, $15.25 

Mongeon, Felix, Vercheres : care of lamp on dredge Beacon, 28 d. at 40c; sundry, 30c; un- 
accounted for, $19.60 

Moore, T. F., & Co., Montreal ($22,939.72)— 

American soft coal, 4,855 22 tons at $4 

R. Mine Rey coal, 716" 12 tons at $3.75 

G. C. Cumberland, coal, 134 tons at $4.60 

Labour trimming coal 

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$ cts. 


279,876 72 


63 90 


61 96 


27 50 


2,766 76 


138 00 


30 87 


977 27 


395 90 


254 50 


450 56 


65 80 


31 24 


48 10 


24 89 


31 08 


100 00 


155 10 


872 70 


5,488 42 


5,205 04 


3,862 03 


138 87 


405 60 


302 00 


324 29 


84 86 


40 08 


210 63 


43 25 


85 79 


69 19 


71 35 


254 80 


m 9i 


31 00 


20 50 


31 30 


17 22 


398 10 


132 84 


39 90 


2,772 29 


800 00 


2,961 30 


198 09 


274 01 


31 10 


19,420 87 


2,685 45 


616 40 


217 00 


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1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



McAvity, T., & Sons, St. John : boiler feeders, No. 35, 6 at $36, No. 25, 2 at $24, No. 20, 

2 at $20, No. 15, 2 at $14, No. 10, 4 at $9.34 ; brass vacuum gauges, 8^-in., 30 lbs., 4 at 

$13.50; steam gauges, 200 lbs., 8^-in., 4 at $13.50; water gauges, No. 5, iron wheel, 6 at 

$6 ; chain pipe wrenches, No. 3, 6 pr. at $4.17, No. 2, 6 pr. at $3.67 ; loco, eteam whistle, 

5|-in., 1 at $30 ; standard valves, f to 1^-in, 4, $7.30 

McDougall, John, Montreal ($3,707.32)— 

1 boiler, 7-1 x 20-0, as per quotation 

5 propellor wheels, 6,606 lbs. at 3^c. ; double eyebolts, 2 at $2 

Cast side frame, 1,341 lbs. at 3fc; casting cylinder, 11-in. dia. x 4 ft., 1,241 lbs. at 3^c . 

Steam cylinders, 7 x 10, and sundry castings, 490 lbs. at 3|c 

McGregor, Gourlay Co., Gait, 1 double emery, Grindler & Co., shaft 

McKenzie, M. & Co., Montreal: lignum vitae, 875 lbs. at 7c; 'British Navy Standard' 

round life bouys, 1 doz., $44.40 ; Edison's improved draphragm, No. 3 pump, 1 at $20. . . 
McLaurin & McLaren, East Temple ton : round tamarac piles, 23 to 44 ft. long, 9,423 lin. ft. 

at lO^c. ; less, by rebate on 75 pes., average length 25 to 33 ft., 1,900 ft. at 5^c 

McNally, W. & Co., Montreal, square Heathfield fire bricks, 2,000 at $22.50 

McNeil, E. R., Ottawa, 1 roll top Smith Premier typewriter cabinet 

MacPherson, Alex., & Son, Montreal ($1,757.20)— 

Mild steel shafts : 7 to 1\ x 6 to 15 ft 8-in., 8,685 lbs. at $2.90 ; 6| x 15-ft. 8-in., 5,307 lbs. at 
$2.65 ; 6 x 15-ft. 8-in., 4,522 lbs. at $2.40 ; 5^ x 15-ft. 8-in., 3,800 lbs. at $2.15 ; 4 to 5 
x 11 to 14 ft., 5,955 lbs. at $2.05 ; 5,460 lbs. at $2.03 ; 4,160 lbs. at $2.10 

Triple 16-in. bronzed bushed swivel hook W.I. blocks with buckets, 4 at $18.75 

W.I. bronzed bushed swivel blocks ; triple, 12-in. for H-in. rope, 6 at $8.25; 10-in. for 
l|-in. rope, 6 at $5.75 ; 7-in. for §-in. rope, 6 at $3.10 ; 6-in., 12 at $3 ; double, 6-in. 
for |-in. rope, 48 at $2. 30 ; single, 6-in. for f-in. rope, 36 at $1 . 30 

Steel plates for bucket lips, 6, 5,125 lbs. at $1.95 

Mersaline metal polish, 1 gross, $24 ; copper, 6 f t. x 4 ft., 116^ lbs. at 25|c 

Glass : 26-oz., 10 to 12-in. x 16 to 22-in., 52 panes at 73c; bent to fit frames : 26-oz., 12 to 
13-in., x 16 to 22-in., 75 panes at 20c; 10 to 11-in. x 15^ tol5A-in., 225 panes at 15c; 
7ix8-in. tol8x24-in., 10 cases, $38 90 '. . ." 

Shanty King axes and handles, 6 doz. at $7.65 ; sledge handles, 36-in., 56 doz., at $1.18. 

Steel wire moulding nails, 5 kegs, $32.21 ; cut tacks, 20 oz., 25 doz. at 49c 

Washers, 9 to 15 x 16, 487 lbs., $22.41 ; knife- handle wrenches, 4 doz., $25.30 

Northey Mfg. Co., Toronto: duplex pump, 6 x 3| x 7, 1 at $112.20; duplex tank pumps, 

4| x 3| x 4, 2 at $79 ; valves, 3^-in., 3 doz., $15? 

Nova Scotia Steel Co., New Glasgow ($1,212.49)— 

Steel shafts, rough turned, 6-ft., 14,885 lbs. at 4fc. , , 

Steel propeller shafts, finished to sketch, 4,595 lbs. at lie 

Ottawa Transportation Co., Ottawa: towing pile timber, Tern pleton to Montreal, 350 pieces 

at 20c; tolls paid, $9.09 

Paradis, C. O., Sorel : ticking, 51 yds. at 25c, 53 at 22c, 525 at 20c; wool blankets, 10 prs. 

at $4.50, 25 at $3 ; counterpanes, 20 at $1, 10 at 90c, 6 at 75c; linen, 205| yds. at 15c; 

bunting, 71yds. at 25c; napkins, 12 doz. at $1.50; table linen, 25| yds. at 50c, 34 at 

40c; red cotton, 72 yds. at 12c; tapestry, 10 yds. at 80c; sheet cotton, 151| yds. at 25c; 

oilcloth, 2| yds. at $1 ; thread, 12 doz. at 625c; sundry, $5.25 

Patenaude, N. E., Sorel, castings : brass, 1,944 '7 lbs. at 30c; brass and bronze, 3,699 lbs. at 

10c; special metal, 46,558 lbs. at 3c, 282*37 lbs. at 3£c., 10,157 lbs. at 3£c-: casting, 59,113 

lbs, at l^c. ; sundry, $5 ; less by scrap iron, 10,000 lbs. at lc per lb., 20,635 lbs. at 2|c. . 
Paul, Erancis, Sorel : square pine, 9,191 ft. at $18 ; pine piles, 25 to 48 ft. long, 1,525 ft. a' 

8c. ; pine electric poles, 424 ft. at 10c 

Paul, Jos. , Sorel : meat supplied, $34 . 80 ; hauling wood, 1 load at $4, 7 at $2, 1 at $1 ; tow- 
ing timber, $5 ; 1 toise stone, $10 

Paul, Narcisse, St. Joseph de Sorel, sand, 34 loads at 60c. 

Poison Iron Works, Toionto ($26,667)— 

No. 1 hydraulic dredge, estimate No. 1 to April 15 

Thompson compensating binnacle, complete 1 

Pattern for pinion and gear, $140 ; No. 95 brass linked chain, 30 ft., $6. 

Double hammer gongs, 12-in, 4, $27.50 ; brass bell cranks, 1^ doz., $9 

Polished brass bell pulls, No. 4, 1 doz., $24 ; single pulls, 1 doz., $9 ; sundry, $1.50 ... 

Pontbriand & Co., Sorel : castings, 27,654 lbs. at 3c, 1,122 lbs. at 2^c 

Pontbriand & Frere, Sorel : castings, 31,016 lbs. at 3c; iron, 3,885 lbs. at \\c.\ cross-cut saws 

16, $34.10 ; Canada wet saws, 4 at $2.10 ; sundry, $6.85 

Proulx, J. A., (agent for W. Cote) Sorel: galv. covering, 6,740 ft. at $1.35 a 100 ft.; 1 40 

gall, can, $7.50; galv. boxes, 2 at $3, 6 at $1 ; use of diving apparatus, 2 d. at $7.50; 

repairs, &c, labour, $69.60 ; sundry items, $24.05 ; fare of sundry persons, $12.60 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners : steam coal, 84 " 35 tons, at $5 ; repairs to Govt, dredge, No. 

6, $253.71 

Robertson, James, Co., Montreal : sheet lead, 1,143 lbs. at 5^0.; galv. iron, 574 lbs. at 4|c, 

1,144 at 4c 

Robertson, Thomas & Co., Montreal ($3,157.81)— 

Rivets, 17,000 lbs. at 3|c, 1,000 lbs. at 4c; b. b. rivets, 1,000 lbs. at $4.25 

Steel plates and heads, 1,819 lbs. at $2.35, 4,171 at $2.25, 8,252 at $2.10 



Carried forward 377,958 94 



cts. 



333,675 33 



597 70 

3,360 00 

235 22 

93 73 

18 37 

24 00 

125 65 

866 11 
45 00 
45 00 



903 00 

75 00 



295 80 
99 93 
53 71 



125 61 

111 98 

44 46 

47 71 

285 20 

707 04 
505 45 

79 09 



445 74 



4,086 53 
329 83 



68 80 


20 40 


26,200 00 


250 00 


146 00 


36 50 


34 50 


857 67 



1,038 11 



231 74 


675 47 


130 17 


677 50 
309 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-43 



St. Lawrence Ship Channel— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Robertson, Thomas & Co. — Con. 

Brass tubes, 21| lbs. at 30c, 2,249£ lbs. at 21 £c; boiler tubes, 450 ft. at 10c 

Globe and check valves, 28, $195.60 ; angle valves, £-in., 20 at 75c, §-in., 20 at 05c 

Water's reducing valve, l|-in., 1 at $23, 2-in., 1 at $42; relief valves, 3 at $2.60; 
Jenkins' auto, air valves, 20, $14.40 ; Orme cylinder relief valves, 24 at $3.75 

Polishing brass, 096 ft. at 15c, 360 at 4c ; binding tubes, $5 

Angle iron, 6,214 lbs. at $2.50 ; Staffordshire iron, 2,331 lbs. at $3.10 

Ital. marble slabs, 20-in. x24-in. x l|-in., with basin and fittings, 7 at $20.50 

Dove blue marble slab, 22-in. x 33-in. x 1^-in., with basin and fittings , 

L. D. tank comt. plain syphon, $26.10; 1 Victor syphon, $20.40; J pore enam. bath, 
$58.80 

Elbows, tees, nipples, bends, &c, $93.92 ; Heintz steam trap, $12. . 

Steel, 3,340 lbs. at $2.80 ; Samsen grease cups, 48, $46.13 

Brass flanges, 18 at 83c, 12 at 68c; brass elbows, 42, $21.52; brass tees, 12 at 75c, 
brass steam cocks, 6, $11.54 ; brass cylinder pumps, 3, $9.30 , 

Brass ball ornaments, 36 at 60c, 12 at 45c; air cocks, 48, $8.10 

Galv. pipe : 2-in., 107 ft. 10-in. at $15.20; H-in., 108 ft. 8-in. at $11.35; l±-in., 100 ft. 
10-in. at $9.45 ; 1-in., 151 ft. 11-in. at $6.95 ; g-in., 257 ft. 5-in. at $4.85 ; ^-in., 257 ft. 
4 in. at $4.40 ... ...... 

Iron kitchen sink, $16.88 ; marble slabs, 2 at $4.75 ; iron wash-stand, $4.50 

Iron pipe, 6-in., 2L ft., $15.01 ; sandry small items, $128.19 

Robertson, Wm. & Sons, Halifax, blue Dominion ensigns, 4 yds., 2 at $8.50, 2 at $5.90. 

Robidoux, Cyrille, Sorel : ice supplied and packed in ship yard ice hoase, 163 tons at 50c ; 

carting coal from wharf to dump in yard, 443 tons at 18c; carting coal from barge to 

dump, 886 tons at 15c 

Robillard & Co., Montreal ($1,271.45)— 

Wilton carpet, made and laid, 179 42 yds. at $2.75 

Wilton stair carpet, |, 7 yds. at $2.75, 1, 0g yds. at $3 '25 ; paper, 100 yds. at 10c; Brus- 
sels carpet, 20 yds. at $1 , 

Linoleum, 38 yds. at $1 .50, 202 at 65c, 100 at 60c 

Livonea, 64^ yds. at $1.50 ; table oil cioth, 1% yds., $7.80 

Edging, 180" yds. at 50c ; b,.zier, 24 yds. at $1 85 ; velvet rugs, 5 at $4 

Silk lining, 60$ yds. at $1 . 25 ; special loops, 32 at $2 ; 1 sweeper, $4 

Table cloths, 1 at $20, 1 at $5 ; tassel hooks, 32 prs. at 35c; 2 mats, $7.50 ; sundry, $13.95 
Robinault, Capt. M., Valleyfield : passages, $5.05 ; meals, &c, supplied, $11.05; pilot, 7 d., 

$14 ; board, 7 d., $3.50 

Royal Electric Co., Montreal ($1,781.78)— 

1 Bullock generator, direct connected to Robt. Armstrong, 9 x 10, high pressure engine. . 

1 Baby knife detector switch, with fittings 

Arc cutants, 8 at $2.30 ; D. B. wire, 77 lbs. at 20|c; 1 magnetic bell, $7.50 

Cross arms, 4 pin, 18 at 35c , 2 pin, 9 at 20c ; sundry, $22 .19 . 

Rutherford, Wm. & Sons Co., Montreal : white oak, 10 to 14 -in. x 10 to 10-in. x 25 to 35 ft. 

long, 21,800 ft. at $40 

Samson, Jos., steamboat inspector: expenses connected with Dept. Public Works, ship yard, 

Sorel, at the request of James Hawdin, supt 

Sclater, Wm. & Co., Montreal ($940.21)— 

Rubber asbestos sheet packing, 03^ lbs. at 70c, 1,001 at 50c 

Square flax packing, 338^ lbs. at 20c, with rubber back, 200 lbs. at 40c 



Jude hemp packing, 129 lbs. at 15c; asbestos millboard, 504 lbs. at 6c. 
White cotton waste, 2,865 lbs. at 6ic.: asbestos wick, <>Fi 1K ° °* °^ n 



25 lbs. at 23c 
Sheppard, James & Son, Sorel ($1,972.04)— 

Sawing : oak at $1.25, pitch pine at $1, spruce at 80c a 100 ft 

Square hemlock, 10 x 12-in., 9,910 b. m. ft. at 18c, 10 x 11-in., 1,210 lin. ft. at 17c; 
birch, 3-in., 033 ft. at 3c; spruce, 420 ft. at 25c; spruce, T. and G., 800 ft. at $18; 
re-sawing, $5 ; sundry items, $48.50 ; less, square oak, 817 c ft. at 70c, white pine, 

224 ft. at 20c 

Sylvester, I., Sorel : interm ascillary splint, $15 ; drugs, $10 

St. Charles, F. X., Montreal, groceries and provisions 

St. Jacques, Mrs. Albert, St. Joseph de Sorel, washing, 24 1 doz. at 75c, 54 1 doz. at 30c. . . 
St. Martin, Chas., Sorel, spars, 2 at $10, 1 at $3 

Thorn, John S., Quebec ($1,863)- 

Use of steamer Hope including men and fuel, attending on dredge No. in Princess 
Louise dock, inner basin, moving and dumping scows, between Julv 5 and Nov. 15, 
113 d. at $15. 

Attending scows at night dumping, towing, &c 

Trempe, A. C, Sorel : rock packing salt, \lh tons at $8 ; Kitchener range oook stove, $29 ; 1 

stove, ' Quebec heater,' $12, 1 at $8.50 ; cold blast tubular lanterns, ^doz. at $9, 2 do/., at 

$8.50; steel rim kneb locks, 3 doz. at $4.00; lantern globes, cold blast, doz. at 95c; 

sundry, $27 .02 

Vandal Frs, Sorel : red pine poles, 50 ft. long, 25 at $1.25 ; tamarac poles, 50 ft. long, 17 at 

$1.50 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
377,958 94 



530 30 
223 00 

177 70 
123 80 
227 01 
143 50 
30 80 

105 30 
105 92 
139 05 

74 46 
35 10 



72 60 

30 88 

143 20 

28 80 



294 14 



493 41 



69 83 
248 30 
104 55 
154 40 
143 31 

57 65 


34 80 


1,500 00 

210 00 

41 49 

30 29 


1,002 80 


161 14 


544 95 

150 10 

53 19 

191 97 



1,592 40 



379 58 
25 00 
88 52 
34 30 
23 00 



1,095 00 
108 00 


258 12 


56 75 


389,905 22 



V-44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. LaAvrence Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Walker (James) Hardware Co., Montreal : brass boat locks, 2 keys, 35 at $2 ; cabin hooks, 12 
doz. at $2.25; brass H. & C, hooks, 3doz. at $4.50; soap holders, 2 at $4, 6 at 33.50 
brass sash lifts, 4 doz. at $1.90; match safes, 8 doz. at $1.50; brass sliding sash hooks, 
2 doz. at $4.50 ; brass cabin door knobs, 35 prs. at $1.50 ; escuts, 35 at 25c. drawer locks 
12 at $1; Yale cupid locks, 12 at $1.10; master keying M. locks, 24 at 35c. ; drawer 
pulls, 2 doz. at $3 ; flap hinges, 12 prs. at 40c. ; brass top window farts, 24 at 90c. ; toilet 
paper, 2 cases, at $9 ; toilet bars, 8 at $1.25 ; sundry small items, $31.45 

Weir, J. and R., Montreal ($7,622.60)— 

Marine, D., flue boiler for lug boat, tested to 200 pounds 

Cylindrical straight way boiler, Navy type for dredge 

Weir's spring steam stop valves : 4 U , 1 at $21.50 ; 3£ w , 2 at $18 

Side casting, 1,000 lbs. at 3Jc. ; patternmaker, $3.15 ; cartage, 50c 

Lathe on crank for winch, 26 hrs. at 50c. ; fitter, 26 h. at 40c. ; engine run night, $5 ; 
sundry, $10.55 

Williams, A. R., Montreal ; check valve, $8.45 ; globe valve, 1", $10.15 ; stop cocks, |", 1 at 



Payments under $20 , 

Travels of Ottawa officials : F. Breton, 40c. ; J. B. Charleson, $56.15; J. A. Chasse, $30.60; 

I. Cote, $142.29; Henri Hains, $392.60; E. D. Lafleur, $13.94: Mrs. E. L. Turcot, 

$96.50 ; U. Valiquet, $51.30 

Advances to be accounted for : A. Gobeil, $270.75 ; H. Hains, $77.25, 

Salaries of Ottawa officials , . . (Page V — ) 

Queen's Printer's and stationery Dept., Ottawa 

Howden, James, superintendent, traveling expenses and sundry outlay 

Ereight and express: Canada .Atlantic Ry., $2; Canadian Express Co., $131.25; Dominion 

Express Co., $5.80 ; Richelieu and Ontario Nav. Co., $784.39 ; South Shore Ry., $1,983.77 ; 

Str. Prefontaine, $75 ; United Counties Ry., $423. 16 ; Quebec Southern Ry., $42.05 

Property Purchased for further Accommodations at Sorel. 

DeMartigny, Adelard, liquidator of La Compagnie Moulin a Papier de Montreal : lot No. 1 
and part of lot No. 86, containing 65 acres, with pulp mill erected thereon containing a 
stationery engine and three boilers 



Rent of Ship Yard at Sorel. 

McCarthy, D. & J., Montreal, rent of shipyard at St. Joseph de Sorel, July 1, 1900 to Jany. 
1, 1901 



Professional Services, <kc. 



Chapdelaine, W. H, 



Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence. 
Hydrographic survey as detailed below 



.(Page V— 46) 



Less : I. R. Roy, balance of cheque No. 56187 of 1899-1900 

Railway Dept. , anchors and chains 

Marine Dept., rebuilding Lake St. Peter light ship 

By transfer to dredge vessels repairs, $520.20 ; new dredge plan, $6,308.92. 

Sale of old hull, St. James, $575 ; dredge No. 11, $185 

Coal transferred to Ottawa building's, Aug., 1900 

Total carried to page V — 2 



66 60 

190 38 

3,214 80 

6,829 12 

760 00 

1,787 73 



Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence. 

Engineer in charge, Chas. E. X. Chaloner : July-Sept., Jan., April, 153 d. at $4.50 ; travel 

and outlay, $46.54 

Engineer in charge, G. J. Desbarats : Oct. -Feb., 151 d. at $5; March- June, 4 m. at $200; 

travel and outlay, $401.73 

Assistant, P. E. Parent : July- June, 318 d. at $4.50 ; travel and outlay, $254.60 

Assistant, Arthur, Amos: July-Oct., Dec. 15- June 30, 297 d. at $4; travel and outlay, 

$168.41 /.« 

Assistant, E. F. Gingras : July-Sept., Jan.,-§$-d. at $3.50; April, 30 d. at $4; travel and 

outlay, $276.75 

Assistant, R. Bickerdike : July- June, 338 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $299.66 

Albert Decary : Oct. -June, 273 d. at $3 ; travel and outlay, $192.37 

.1 L. A. DesRosiers, services as assistant, April, 30 d. at $4 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
389,965 22 



354 80 



4,125 00 


3,360 00 


57 50 


41 15 


38 95 


28 30 


297 78 


783 78 


348 00 


2,049 97 


1,522 52 


922 42 



3,447 72 



8,000 00 



600 00 



89 15 



29,211 06 



445,406 32 



12,848 63 



432,557 69 



735 04 

1,956 73 
1,685 60 

1,356 41 

722 25 
1,651 66 
1,011 37 

120 00 

9,239 06 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 45 



Hydrograplilc Survey of St. Lawrence — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Assistant, Arthur Gobeil : July- June, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $46.09 

M Cesaire Brousseau, April-May, 70 d. at $2.50 

J. O. Martineau : July- June, 357 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $304.03 

„ H. Melancon : July- June, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $233.59 

J. N. Mercure, July-June, 365 d. at $1 .50 

Chas. McGreevy : July-June, 365 d. at $3 ; travel and outlay, $371.42 

E. D. Roy : Juiy-June, 365 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $320.35 

A. R. Shehyn : July-June, 365 d. at $2 ; travel, board and outlay, $379.14 

R. L. Voligny, April-May, 68 d. at $3.50 

Sundry pay-lists, chainmen, carters, labourers, &c 

Begin, Jos., & Cie, Trojs Rivieres, fruit, vegetables, &c 

Bellefeuille, J. H., Three Rivers, meats supplied 

Bourgeois, Capt. C., str. Glaciae, ferriage 

Brunelle, Louis, & Frere, Three Rivers, provisions 

Cartier, Mdme Louise, Sorel, provisions 

Chagnon, F. N., Sorel, groceries and provisions 

Cuddy & Brodeur Co., Montreal : chairs, 2 at $5, 2 at $4.50 ; tumblers, 3 doz. at $4 ; jugs, 

at $2 ; tableware, $18 95 

Finlay, D., & Son, Sorel : furnishing uniform for captain, $17; red cotton, 113 yds. at 10c 

white cotton, 100^ yds. at 8c. ; sundry, $8.89 

Gouin, P. A., Three Rivers, hardware 

Grenier, Hector, Repentigny, storage and care of two drilling machines and one drawing 

table from Jan., 1898, to June, 1900 

Harrison & Co., Montreal, band chain, 300 ft. 

Hearn & Harrison, Montreal : repairs to transit, &c, $9.75 ; sundry, $3.84 

Hopkins, J. W., architect, Montreal, claim for damages to property at Longue Pointe, as 



Isola," A. J. M., Batiscan : iron shovels, 1 doz. $15, \ doz. at $12 ; sundry, $6.97 

Jourdain, L. G., Three Rivers : shovels, 2 doz. at $10.80 ; sundry hardware, $43.21 

Lachapelle, Levy, Sorel, meat supplied 

Lajoie, Fiere & Cie, Three Rivers : red cotton, 122| yds. at 12^c. ; 67$ yds. at 10c. ; yellow 

cotton, 141 yds. at 6^c. ; sundry, $6 . 81 

LeBrun, Zepherin, Sorel, bread, 8 doz. at $1.80 

Lewis Bros. & Co., Montreal, 1 ton diff. block 

Mathieu, J., & Cie, St. Hyacinthe, washing for str. St. James 

Morrisette, D. T., Three Rivers, laths, 126 pkgs. at 25c 

Page, J. B., Sorel : card boards, 36 at 15c. ; making 26 letters and 10 figures, $9.60 

Paul, Joseph, Sorel, meat supplied to str. St. James 

Sevigny, T. & Frere, Three Rivers : brass rings for sounding lines, 2 at $4 ; sundry, $2.50. . . 

St. Charles, F. X., Montreal, provisions , 

St. Maurice Tool and Axe Work, Three Kivers, ice chisels ground 

St. Pierre, Ls. , Vercheres, 1 boat with oars 

Toussignant, M. O., St. Pierre : spades, 2 at 90c, 1 doz., $9.60 ; shovels, 4 at 80c; sundry, 

$3.84 



Topley studio. Ottawa, photo supplies, &c 

Walker, James, Hardware Co., Montreal: glass and soap holders, 2 at $3.50: flexible cable, 

75 ft. at 7c; match safes, 2, $3.25 ; sundry, $14.64 

Wilkie. Robert, Sorel: rent of steam yacht and service of engineer, July, 21^ d.; Aug., 27; 

Sept., 22 ; Oct., 12 ; Nov., 14 ; total, 96£ d. at $3.50 ; sundry, $2.25 

Gauge Keeping — 

Arcand, Z., Champlain, Oct. 24-May 31, 220 d. at 50c 

Archambault, Theodule, Point aux Trembles, July-Nov., 153 d. at 25c 

Brassard, Lucien, Nicolet, July-Nov., 153 d. at 25c; April, reading gauge every day ex- 
cept Sundays, 25 d. at $1. 25 

Dejordy, Francois, Lavaltrie, July-May, 335 d. at 25c 

Fans, Wilfrid, Lanoraie, July-May, 335 days at 25c 

Jeannotte, J., Pointe aux Trembles, Dec. -May, 1«2 d. at 25c 

Jodoin, Arthur, Varennes, July-May, 335 d. at 25c 

Lachambre, Toussaint, Boucherville, July-May, 335 d. at 25c 

Lacourse, Ernest, Cap de la Magdelaine, Oct. 24 to May 31, 220 d. at 50c. . .- 

Larose, Hermas, Vercheres, July-May, 335 d. at 25c 

Larose, Jos., Berthierville, July-Nov., 153 d. at 25c 

Manseau, Francois, Port St. Francis, May, 31 d. at 25c 

Marchildon, J. H, Batiscan, Oct. 25 May 31, 183 d. at 50c, 31 at 25c 

Renaud, Pascal, Longue Pointe, July-May 31, 335 d. at 25c 

Salvail, Omer, Stone Island, July, Nov., May, 162 d. at 25c . , 

St. Jean, Ulric, Contrecoeur, July-May 31, 335 d. at 25c 

Treneman, S., Three Rivers, July-May 31, 335 d. at 50c 

Board of Engineers and Assistants — 

Amos, Arthur, 13384 d. at $1.50 ; Bickerdike, R., 111*29 d. at $1.50, 76 at $1 ; meals, 62 
at 25c; room, 6 d. at 50c, 32 d. at 25c; Brousseau, C, 41 d. at $1 ; Desbarats, G. 
J., 95 d. at $1.50, 1 at $1; room, 26 d. at 50c; Decary, Albert. 18| d. at $1.50, 97£ 



Carried forward 21,093 09 



$ cts. 

9,239.06 

776 69 

175 00 

1,018 93 

963 59 

547 50 

1,466 42 

1,050 35 

1,109 14 

238 00 

1,446 29 

28 86 

66 70 

84 15 

112 77 

158 03 

271 53 

53 95 

45 23 

28 94 

15 00 
13 50 

13 59 

100 00 
27 97 
64 81 

14 01 

38 02 

14 40 

12 00 
35 25 
31 50 

15 00 
106 53 

10 50 

13 15 

10 80 
13 00 

18 44 

11 85 

30 14 

340 00 

110 00 
38 25 

69 50 
83 75 
83 75 
45 50 

83 75 
83 75 

110 00 
83 75 
38 25 
7 75 
99 00 
83 75 
40 50 
83 75 

167 50 



V-46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Hydrographic Survey of St. Lawrence — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Board of Engineers and Assistants — Con. 

at$l; Chapdelaine, L. P., 147 d. at $1 ; Gobeil, Arthur, 331 d. at $1 ; Martineau 
Oct., 25f d. at $1 ; Melancon, H., 2f d., $4.25, 135 at 81 ; Mercure, J. M., 32<H d. at 
$1; Parent, L. E., 117 d. at $1.50 ; room, 3 d. at 50c; Roy, E., 34i d. at $1 ; Voliemy, 
L. R., 1\ d. at $1.50, 31 at $1 ; board of sundry persons, $34.41 ; total, $2,053. 
Paid to the following -persons: Mrs. Noel Beauchesne, Riv. Gentilly, $29.75; P. J. 
Bellefeuille, Three Rivers, $174.25; Geo. Bigue, St. Anne de la Perade, $29; 
Philippe Blette, Three Rivers, $5.50 ; Ludger Beaubien, Three Rivers, $36 ; Mrs. 
Azilda Brunelle, Three Rivers, $293 ; Brunelle, Wm., Batiscan, $39.75 ; J. B. Bureau, 
Bout de l'lle, $143; E. M. Chapdelaine, Sorel, $40.50; J. A. Desbiens, Vercheres, 
$26.25 ; Geo. Dufresne, Three Rivers, $39.75 ; L. E. Dufresne, Three Rivers,$793. 75 ; 
H. Dumont, Becancour, $22.25; Guilmette & Co., Berthierville, $15.75; A. Lacou 
ture, Sorel, $107; Hubert Lamothe, Champlain, $45.25; Elmire Metivier, Three 
Rivers, $11.75; Mdme. Pirreault, St. Pierre les Becquets, $35.50 ; Dosithee Poisson 
Gentilly, $152 ; Mdme. Neil Scott, St. Pierre les Becquets, $13 

Payments under $10 

Stationery Office and Queen's Printer's Account 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page V — ) 

Travel of Ottawa officials : F. W. Cowie. $1,005.64 ; V. W. Forneret, $113.58 

Pay-lists (I. Cote), not received Jan. 2, 1901 : No. 80485, $192.13 ; No. 80487, $1,493.85 ; No 
80985, $369.03 



Less— Wages (June, 1901) charged to 1901-2 

Total carried to ' St. Lawrence Ship Channel ' (page V — 44) 



River Kaministiquia. 

Macdonald, Neil ($6,826)— 

Services of dredge Arthur, tug Herbert and scows, dredging at Fort William, July 1-Aug, 
31, Oct. 25-Nov. 15, May 21-31, 706 h. at $8 ; less old anchor boat, $30 

On account of dredging in June, 1901 

Towing eft-edge Arthur (8 times), 21 h. at $8 

Graham, Wm. M., inspector of dredging: : services, July 1-Aug. 31, Nov. 1-17, 68 d. at $3 

fare to Sault Ste. Marie, Nov. 17, $10 ; outlay, $2.30 

McColl, Wm., inspector of dredging, Oct. 24-31, 7 d. at $3 

Murphy, Jos., breaking ice in Kaministiquia River with tug Inez to keep channel open, Nov, 

19-27, 8 d. at $17.75 

Travel of Ottawa officials, E. B. Godwin 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



•^ Port Colborne : Harbour Improvements. 

Engineer in charge, Louis Coste, June, 1901 

Augustine & Son : 672 ft. of plank and timber, $16.80 ; work, nails, &c, $9.59 
Ellsworth, E. J.: desk, $35 ; office table, $3 ; chairs, 1 at $4.50, 2 at $1.50, 2 at 85c. 

Hays, S., printing and mounting 9 photos 

Stanley, J. H. : linoleum. 9§ yds. at $1.20 ; rug, $3 ; work, 50c 

Advertising, $521.16 ; King's Printer's Accoiinb, $54.03 

Legal services, Blake, Lash & Cassels . . 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. A. Chasse $19.35, A. St. Laurent $185.85 



Total, carried to page V — 2. 



St. Andrew's Rapids : Red River. 

Land taken for canal and dam : Thos. Anderson, $40, Jas. Cooper, $225, G. Gunn, $115 
Rev. Gunn, $130, Jas. Heap, $425, H. Lillie, $25, S. A. E. Macdougall, $150, Queen's 
College. $100, Jas. Sanderson et al, $30, Thos. Smith, $230, C. Truthwaite, $150 

Damages to lands by flooding : C. Ballendine, $40, Geo. Bazan, $250, D. Campbell, $87.50, 
C. Donald, $225, Feodorshuk, $150, Galician, lot 174, $25, Galician, lot 185, $50, Govinuk, 
$262.50, Haydia, $50, T. Mawson, $100, E. Mowat et al, $56.50, Mowat Est., $68.75, 
Adam McDonald, $125, F. A. McDonald, $75, John McDonald, $35, McDonald Est., 
$97.50, E. R. McKay, $80, A. Peebles, $92, Geo. Ross, $230, Jane Sanders, $80, Jas. 
Sinclair, $15, Sirman, $125 , . 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
21,093 09 



2,053 00 
120 99 
1,236 60 
2,813 15 
1,119 22 

2,055 01 



30,491 06 
1,280 00 



29,211 06 



5,618 00 

1,040 00 

168 00 

216 30 
21 00 

142 00 
193 65 

7,398 95 



200 00 
26 39 


47 20 


2 25 


15 10 


575 19 


200 00 


205 20 


1,271 33 



1,620 00 



2,319 75 
3,939 75 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-47 



St. Andrew's Rapids: Red River — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Conklin & Harvey ($1,075)— 

Services re expropriation of land for canal and lock, Aug. 18-Sept. 26 and overtime, 50 
days at $20 

Expenses re expropriation of land for canal and lock, Aug. 18-Sept. 26 and overtime 50 

days at $20 

Assistant Engineer, H. J. Lamb, Oct. 24-Mch. 7, 135 d. at $5 

Assistant Engineer, J. R. S. Latimer : May 1-Juue 30, 61 d. at $3.50; outlay, June 4-19, $5 

Clerk of works, E. H. G. G. Hay, Oct-Dec, 3 m. at $100 ; Jan. $33 ; June 1901, $100 

Rodmen : Octave Bourget, April-June, 1901, 3 m. at $75 ; Win. J. T. Robertson, Oct-Dec, 

52 days at $2.50 

Collier, E. Victor : stenographer, May-June, 2 m. at $30 ; rodding, 9 d. at $2 

Reid, Hugh J., engineer on S.S. Victoria, June 1901 

Robertson, Ed. B., looking after Resdt Eng. office, July 1-19, 16 d. at $2.25 

Kelly Bros., Estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1901, excavation lock pit and canal approaches, 20,472 

cub. yds. at 35c. ; less drawback, $725 .20 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : 12 yds. linen at 15c. ; 4 yds. kersey at 30c 

Eimer and Amend, New York, engineers supplies 

Fairbanks Co., Montreal: scale, $150 ; 11 Briquette moulds, $44 ; Vicat indicating apparatus 

•S30 ; sundries, $54 

Graves Bros., Ottawa : large hot water bath, $15 ; sundry hardware, $12 



$ cts. 
3,939 75 

1,000 00 



Kelly Bros. & Co., Winnipeg, meals, &c. for asst. Eng. and men, laying out work, June 1901. 
Leslie, John, Winnipeg : drawing board, $18 ; 2 B. R. sets, $35 ; 2 mix mattresses, $8 ; 2 



springs, $9 ; 2 pr. pillows, $6 ; 2 pr. blankets, $7.20 ; 2 chamber sets, $6 ; 2 chairs, $7 
sundries, $17.95 ; 11 blinds, $7.15 

Malhiot, Z., Resdt Eng. Winnipeg, travel and outlay, Apl. 6-June 2, 1901 

Tasse, Jos., Ottawa, 1 doz. rubber finger stalls 

Cabs and livery : S. Bisonett, $30, R. Burke, $3, D. Daoust, $31.50, Millidge& McLean, $32, 
Winnipeg Cab Co., $4 

King's Printer's account, $5.54 ; stationery office, Ottawa, $451.42 

Advertising 

Legal services : T. G Mathers re land taken and damages 

Travel of Ottawa officials : Jos. R. Roy, $232.05 ; U. Valiquet, $9.35 



Total carried to page V — 2. 



Yukon District: Public Ruildings. 

Commissioner's and Comptroller's Office, &e., Dawson ($13,503 .77 ). 

Night watchman, J. H. Mulligan, Dec. 1-April 30, 1901, 5 m. at $160 

Alterations, May, 1901 : foreman, V. Giroux, 16^ h. at $1.25 ; nails, &c, $2 

Carpenters, h. at$l: W. Falconer 24, G. Fowlie 39, A. F. Harvey 16*, J. F. McGilli- 
vray 16J, F. Parsons 9, A. P. Schroeder 39, 24 ft. moulding $1.68, G. F. TimminslO 

Labourers during fire May 1, 1901, lli h. at 70c 

Alaska Exploration Co., step-ladder, $12.50; Ames Mercantile Co., 6& yds. felt, $23.66 . . 
Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($467)— 

Installing 10 lights at $1.50, Sept. 12, 1900 

Lighting to April 30, 1901, 10 16 c. p. lamps, 226 nights at 20c. each 

Lory, Frank C. ($11,400)— 

Rent of building on 1st Avenue, June 1 -Nov. 30, 1900, 6 m. at $1,200 

ii ii overpaid (Oct., 1900, rent paid twice) 

Dec. 1-April 30, 1901, 5 m. at $600 

Matheson, D. A : putting asbestos on walls, cloth and paper on ceilings, 140 yds. at 50c. ; 45 

yds. linoleum, $60 ; painting woodwork and do )rs, $40 ; fitting 3 doors, $15 ; 1 new door, 

%5; 2 window blinds, $5; 1^ yds. green cloth, $5; lumber and hardware, $22.21; self, 1 

d., $15 ; carpenters, S4h h. at $1 ..... 

MacKa) 7 , Wm. B., wiring 23 chairs * ... 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 9 tin boxes, $27, lettering same, $15; sundry hardware, &c, 

$41.50 ' 

O'Connor, J. P., scavenging, Nov., 1900, $10; Schroeder, A. P., white cedar desk covered 

with cloth, $85 

Standard Oil Co . : Pearl oil, 14 cases at $10 ; chimneys and wick, $2 

Coyamixsioner's Residence, Dawson (■$6,209 .89). 

Carpenter making alterations, G. Fowlie, 21 h. at $1 

Alaska Commercial Co : 49 yds. carpet at $2, sewing and laying, $24.50 ; sundries, $13.30. . 

Alaska Exploration Co.: glasses, 1 doz. ale at $5, 1 doz. wine, $2, 1 doz. whiskey, $4; doz. 

tablespoons, $8 



Carried forward 



75 00 
675 00 
218 50 
433 00 


355 00 

78 00 
00 00 
36 00 


6,440 00 

3 00 

18 92 


278 00 
27 00 
22 80 


121 30 

165 73 

1 50 


100 50 
456 96 
162 40 
502 65 
241 40 


15,412 41 



800 00 
22 63 


155 68 

7 89 

36 16 


15 00 

452 00 


7,200 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 


271 71 
22 20 


83 50 


95 00 
142 00 



21 00 
135 80 



19 00 



13,679 57 



V-48 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Yukon District; Public Buildings— Con tinned. 

Brought forward « 

Commissioner 's Residence— Continued. 

Ames Mercantile Co. : set furniture, $100 ; spring and mattress, $35; 16 yds. cretonne, $4 ; 6 
rolls batting, $3 ; sundry, $2 . 75 

Arctic Laundry, washing : lace curtains, 14 at $1, 4 at 25c. ; sundry, $3.10 

Brimston & Stewart : Brussels carpet, sewed and laid, 37 yds. at $3 ; Turkish couch, $45 .... 

Cameron, Frank, and A. K. Horner, sawing, splitting and piling 4 cords wood 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co., repairs to doors, &c, 16 h., $16 ; lumber, &c, $9.39 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($262.90)— 

Installing 11 lights at $1.50, Jan., 1901 

Lighting to April 30, 1901 : 11 16 c. p. lamps, 112 nights at 20c. each 

Desmarais, Rev. A., rent of building to Aug. 31, 1900, 3 m. at $250 

Doll, Mrs. J., cleaning, April 25-30, 1901, 47i h. at 60c . ; lye, $1 

Gendreau, Rev. Father ($2,750)— 

Kent of building, Sept. 1-April 30, 1901, 8 m. at $250 

Overpaid (Oct., Nov. and Dec, 1900, p;id twice) 3 m. at $250 

Hansen, H. P., 1 desk for Mr. Ogilvie's residence 

Klondike Mill Co., 12 tons coal at $25 

Matheson, D. A.: linoleum and laying, 23 yds, at $1.33g; curtains, pr. tapestry $10, 2 prs. 
lace $10 ; ^ pr. chenille $4 ; 2 rugs $15 ; repairing roof after fire, $15 ; wood, 15J cords at $22. 

Montana Laundry, 7 prs. curtains laundried at $3 

MacKay, Win. B. , wiring 10 chairs 

McLennan, Jas. P. : 6 prs. sheets, $18 ; 12 prs. pillow slips, $12 ; doz. towels, $6 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : bath tub, $24.80; door, $8; tinsmith work, $27; hardware, 
etc., $27.90 

North American Transportation and Trading Co.: bureau and washstand, $75 : bed, $40 ; 
mattress, $25 ; 12 ft. extra table, $45 ; toilet chamber set, $15 ; armchair, $10 ; 2 chairs, 
$16 ; 3 prs. blankets, $39 ; 3 comforters, $25.50 ; 4 pr. sheets, $12 ; pr. pillows, $10 ; 2 sofa 
pillows, $17.50 ; 7 prs. lace curtains, $51 ; pr. portieres, $30 ; mirror, $25 ; clock, $25 ; 2 
wine decanters, $10 ; whiskey set, $5 ; 2 nickel lamps, $10 ; sundries, $73.17 ; coal, 4 tons 
at $25 .... 



O'Connor, J. P., scavenging, Nov. 1, 1900- Aprl. 30, 1901, 6 m. at $15. 

Ritchie, J. H., cleaning, Aprl. 25-30, 1901, 47i hrs. at 70c 

Standard Oil Co., Pearl oil, 8 cases at $10 

Yukon Sawmill Co., seat for cosy corner 



Court House, Dawson ($7,076.16). 



Caretaker, Willie St. Denis, June 7- Aprl. 30, 1901, 9 "8 m. at $60 ; living allowance, $200. . . 

Matron, Louise Collinet, Dec. 15-Aprl. 30, 1901, at $80 

Alaska Commercial Co., oak chair, $7 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co.: lumber, dressed, 679 ft. at $115, 541 at $125 ; rough, 21 It. at $85 

Carter, Samuel, repairing and wiring 35 chairs at 75c 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($1, 75.30)— 

Installing, 9 lights at $1.50 ; moving and rearranging lights, $6 

Lighting : 4 m. to Sept. 30, 1900 at $28 ; Oct. 1-Aprl. 30, 1901, 16 c. p. lamps at 20c. each 
23, 36 nights, 2, 1 night, 29, 49 nights, 32. ]24 nights 



Delage, T. & A. (2,092.15)— 

Repairs done at old court house building, Oct. & Nov., 1900: carpenters, 1,086 hrs. at 
$1.25 ; painter, 158 hrs. at $1.25 ; shiplap, 300 ft. at 12c; 1 in. boards, d. 45, 350 ft, 
at 12|c; rough lumber, 280 ft. at 10c; storm windows, complete, 5 at $16 ; drawer 
pulls, 20 at $1.50 ; hardware and nails, $17.35 ; white lead, 300 lbs. at 20c; oil, 8 gall 
at $2.50; turpentine, 4 galls, at $3; sundry paint, etc., $36.65; asbestos paper, 190 
lbs. at 20c; cotton, 90 yds. at 12c; cloth for covering table and desk, 14 yds. at $3. . 

Filling, shellacing, varnishing and polishing furniture, Dec, 1899, 30 hrs. at $1 ; material, 
$9 



Making jurv seats, 11^ ft. long, $30 ; repairing doors and putting on locks, $13.60 

Holme, Miller & Co. : 1-No. 27 airtight heater, $25 ; pipes, fitting, etc., $16.15 

Honner, H. H., moving 2 safes, $20 ; Klondike Mill Co., sash, 12 at $8, 3 at $4 

Matheson, D.' A., firewood, 74^ cords at $22 

McLennan, McFeely & Co: water filter, $90; kitchen utensils, etc., $62; stove pipes and 

elbows, $29.40 ;' tinsmith, $11 

North American Transportation and Trading Co., 6 arm chairs at $7.50 

N.W.M. Police : coal oil, 7 galls, at $1.20 ; wood, 4i cords at $19.25 

Standard Oil Co.: Pearl oil, 4 cases at $10 

Yukon Sawmill Co. : sundry lumber, $80.68 ; set pigeon holes, $20 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
13,679 57 



144 75 
18 10 

156 00 
30 00 
25 39 


16 50 

246 40 

750 00 

29 50 


2,000 00 
750 00 
100 00 
300 00 


425 66 

21 00 

9 67 

36 00 



87 70 



659 17 
90 00 
33 25 
80 00 
25 00 



788 37 

363 85 

7 00 

147 48 

26 25 

19 50 

1,355 80 



2,009 55 



39 00 


43 60 


41 15 


128 00 


1,633 50 


192 40 


45 00 


95 03 


40 00 


100 68 


26,789 82 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 49 



Yukon District: Public Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward. 

New Court House, Dawson ($11,771.29.) 



Night watchman, F. F. MacPhail, April 9-30, 190] at $160 

Pay-lists, March 17-April 14, 1901 (construction) — 

Foreman, A. P. Schroeder, 240 hrs. at $1.25 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : John Anderson 55, A. Bird 109, J. I). Byers 123, S. Beckwith 
112, J. D. Chapdelain 49, H. Cribbs 154, G. Croker 130, W. J. Dwyer 129, R. T. 
Elviage 75, W. Falconer 213, G. Fowley 209, S. Frame 169, E. Hansliff 104, O. K. 
Holmen 59, D. Hunt 134, J. A. Hogue 104i, ,T. Jenkins 214, K. Johnson 45, P. Keys 
64, J. Moncrief 44, J. McCullock 50, M. McGregor 118, M. McKenzie 94, M. A 

Macqueen 84, F. Parson 228i, H. Perron 179, R. Schenkel 115, J. Scott 169 

Labourers, hours at 70c: C. E. Arnold 74, A. Charest 189, Neil Gibbons 105^ W. E 
Harned 133, I). Johnston 114, D. McDonald 35, Thos. O'Brien 220, J. II. Pottinger 

59, F. E. Soule 228 

Chore boy, W. E. Edmondson, 156 hrs. at 25c, $39 ; over paid, $40.05 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co.: mud sills, 668 1. ft. at 30c, 182 at 15c; flatted posts, 354 1. ft. at 

25c ; posts, 904 1. ft. at 12c; rough lumber, 15,450 ft. at $85, 20,096 at $75 

Charleson, W. G, Ottawa : butts, 10| prs. of bronze at $4.20, 8 prs. Chicago spring at $4, 48 
prs. revarsible at 15c, 32^ at 10c; transom lifts and locks, 28 at 50c; inside door locks, 
33 sets at $1.50 ; push plates, 8 prs. at $2.80 ; sash lifts, 8^ doz. at $4.20 ; sash fasts, 4 £ 

doz. at $5.60 ; sundries, $27.20 . 

Hales, Frank, putting in drain from new Court House to river, contract 

Matheson, i>. A.: excavating foundation, 425" 15 c yds. at $4 ; mud sills, 604 1. ft. at 15c; 
main sills, 734 1. ft. at 15c; posts, 1,154 1. ft. at 10c; joists and bridging, 4,924 ft. at $27 ; 

cellar walls, 2 in. plank, 1,966 ft. at $27 ; moving wood off Court House site, $67 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 3 in. nails, 15 kegs at $18 ; 1^ to 3 in. fin. nails, 746 lbs. at 20c; 
building paper, 40 rolls at $5 ; hardware, &c, $14.80 



Court House and Judge's Quarters, Dawson. 



Carpenter, Isaie Pilon, Sept, 30-Dec 4, 1899, 53f d. at $8. 



Crown Timber, Land Agents and Registrar's Office, Dawson (-$'4,912. 



Binet, J. E., rent of building, June 1-Nov. 30, 1900, 6 m. at $750 

Good, R. W., cutting wood, $6.50 ; McFarlane, David R., 13 cords wood at $22 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : 3 cuspidors, $6 ; stovp pipes, &c, $7.75 ; sundries, $9.50 . . 
O'Connor, J. P., scavenging, Nov. 1900, $11.50 ; Standard Oil Co., 8J cases Pearl oil at $10 

Draughtsman's Office, Davjson ($290.00). 

Caretaker, Fred Elliott, Jan., 1901 

Matheson, D. A. : large draughting table, $60 ; fixing door, night latch with 7 keys, $15 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., sundries, $5 ; Standard Oil Co., 6 cases Pearl oil, $60 



Judge Craig's Residence, Dawson ($1,484.13). 



Alaska Commercial Co., 1 B. C. stove 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($543.50)— 

Installing 13 lights at $1 .50 ; 2 fixtures at $15 

Lighting, Oct. l.-Apl. 30, 1901, 13 16-cp. lamps, 190 nights at 20c each. 

Matheson, D. A , 34i cords firewood at $22 

N. W. M. Police, 4^"cords wood at $19.25 

Yukon Saw-mill Co., 4 book cases 



Judge Dugas' Residence, Dawson ( $4,128. > 17 ). 

Dawson Electric & Power Co. ($928 . 75)— 

Installing 1(5 lights at $1 .50 ; 2 4-light fixtures at $37 .50, 1 2-light fixture, $30 ; 2 brackets 

combined into one $15 ; 1 stand lamp, $8 . 75 

Lighting, Oct.-Apl. 30, 1901 : 13 16-cp. lamps, 192 nights at 20c each; 4 32-c.p. lamps, 

173 nights at 40c each 

Delage, T. & A. ($588.70)— 

Repairs at the Capt. Stearns bdg. for Hon. Judge Dugas, Oct. and Nov., 1900 : men, 273 
h. at $1.25; storm windows, 10 at $16, 2 at $5; storm door with frame, $16; lock 

and pr. hinges, $2.50 ; papering and cottoning stairs, $5.95 

Providing and fixing a flag pole, $15 ; making sleigh for carrying in firewood, $18 ; repair- 
ing a door, $20 

Matheson, 1 ). A., 45 cords firewood at $22 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : making coil, tank and stand, $65 : stove, $35 ; 2 spiral drums, 
190; 2 heaters, §36; 2 roof safes, $20; stovepipes, elbows, &c, $70; tinsmith, $32 •"><> ; 
hardware, &c, $20.15 ; tin of coal oil, $6.50 



26,789 82 

L22 <i7 
300 00 

3,333 00 



809 90 
79 05 

3,245 10 



257 99 
720 00 



2,269 58 
634 00 

430 00 



4,500 00 

292 50 

23 25 

96 a » 


150 00 
75 00 
65 00 



25 00 

49 50 
494 00 
759 00 

86 c.;; 
70 00 



152 75 
77<i 00 

535 70 

53 00 
990 00 

340 15 



Carried forward 



1— 4v 



4s.;>2^ 09 



V-50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. -1902 



Yukon District : Public Buildings — Continued. 



Brought forward , 

Judge Dugas' Residence, Daioson— Connluded. 

( herton, P. G., painting quarters, Oct. 23-Nov. 6, 1899, 13 d. at $4 ; less store account, $10.80, 
Starnes, Cortlandt, rent of house for Hon. Judge Dugas, corner of Mission St. and Fourth 

Avenue, Oct. 19, 1900-Apl. 19, 1901, 6 m. at $150 

Yukon Sawmill Co. : lumber, 1,890 ft. at $125, 325 at $115, 625 at $90 ; 1,000 shingles, $10. . . 

Gold Commissioner's Office, Dawson ($6,150.91). 

Caretaker, Geo. Munro, Jan. 1-Apl. 30, 1901, 4 m. at $160 

Night watchman, Geo. R. Nash, Jan. 1-Apl. 30, 1901, 4 m. at $160 

Carpenter, W. Falconer, Apl., 1901, 13 hrs. at $1 

Alaska Commercial Co., 5 lbs. soda, $2 

Anderson Bros.: painting 2 signs, $15 ; papering 2 rooms with asbestos, $84 • 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co. : flooring and ceiling, 165 ft. at $115 ; rough lumber, 208 ft. at $85 ; 

hardware and nails, $8.45 ; labour, 32£ h. at $1 .... 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($897.90)— 

Installing 23 lights at $1.50 

Lighting, Oct. 1-Apl. 30, 1901 : 21 16-c.p. lamps, 38 nights, 23, 153 nights at 20c. each. . . 
Dawson Saw Mill and Building Co.: lumber and hardware, $25.10; 1 doz. files, $24; 1 set 

pigeon holes, 3 doors, &c, $45 ; repairing 3 doors, $4.50 ; labour, 45 h. at $1.50 

Ladue Gold Mining Co., 8 chairs at $3 

Matheson, D. A.: hardware, $21.13; lumber, $36.18 ; self, 4 d. at $15; carpenters, 126 h. at 

$1 : wood, 33 cords at $22 

Macfarlane, David R., wood, 103^ cords at $22 

MacKay, Wm. B. , wiring 11 chairs 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.. No. 26 heater, $22.50 ; roof safe, $10 ; stove pipes, &c, $24.75 ; 

tinsmith and carpenter, $44 ; 2 tin boxes and locks, $22 ; office chair, $4.50 ; sundries 

$32.30 

Nash, Geo. R., 10 h. work on stand for sale of Crown claims 

North American Transportation and Trading Co., table 

O'Connor, J. P., scavenging, Nov. 1-Apl. 30, 1901, 6 m. at $6.50 

Oehler, Frank, cleaning ice and snow from roof and sidewalk, Mar , 1901 

Standard Oil Co. , 7 cases Pearl oil at $10 

Yukon Sawmill Co., lumber for auctioneer's stand 



Gold Commissioner's Residence, Dawson (-$'3,820.15). 

Alaska Commercial Co., rent of cabin, June 1-Feb. 28, 1901, 9 m. at $250 

Alaska Exploration Co.: 4 curtains, fixtures and hangings, $31.10 ; rug, $22.50 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co. ($370.30)— 

Installing 9 lights at $1.50 ; 2 2-lt. fixtures, $40 

Light, Nov. 1-Apl. 30, 1901, 9 16-c.p. lamps, 176 nights at 20c. each 

LeClair, J. B., cutting and piling 2 cords wood, $12 ; Matheson, D. A., wood, 42| cords at 

$22 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: 36 in. heater, $35 ; stove pipes, &c, $13.75 

O'Connor, J. P., scavenging, Nov. 1-Apl. 30, 1901, 6 m. at $10 

Oehler, Frank, cleaning ice and snow from roof, Mar., 1901 , . 

Standard Oil Co., 5 cases Pearl oil, $50 ; Yukon Sawmill Co., library table, $40 

Inspector of Weights and Measures Office, Dawson ($210.70). 

Brimston & Stewart, 3 office chairs 

Dawson Electric Light and Power Co — 

Installing 3 lights at $1.50 

Lighting, Feb. -Apl. 30, 1901, 3 16-c.p. lamps, 72 nights at 20c. each. ... 

Lefebvre, Ernest, scrubbing floors, $5 ; McLennan, McFeely & Co., sundries, $5 

Skillings, W.P., services and outlay fitting up office, Feb. 12-18, 1901 

Wishart and Bergman, hauling scales 



Daioson Post Office Building {%U,0Jf5. 19). 

Caretaker, Wm. Bishop, Aug.- Apl. 30, 1901, 122 d. at $5, 5 in. at $160 

Nightwatchman, W. J. Skynner, Dec. 1-Apl. 30, 1901, 5 m. at $160 , 

Foreman on P.O. fittings, W. P. Skillings, 636i h. at $1.20 

Carpenters, hours at $1 : J. R. Barr, 115 ; A. Bird, 268J ; W. Craigie, 112 ; M. Devig, 64| ; 

W. Falconer, 390| ; Sain. Frame, 498J ; S. R. Haddock, 128 ; Andrew Hart, 70^ ; O. 

Holman, 220 ; J. Jenkins, VJh ; T. Jones, 106 ; W. L. Myrer, 50£ ; R. McGregor, 228 ; 

A. McNaughton, 250; D. P. Ogilvie, 56; Fred Rahn, 113; A. P. Shroeder, 711i; C. F. 

Swanbrog, 50^ ; J. G. Taylor, 151$ ; Geo. Vedder, 79i ; Fred Wilkie, 128 ; A. Zaepfel, 120 

Labourers, days at $6 : H. Beaton, 1 : A. Johnston, 1 ; 3. H. Mulligan, 44^ 

Removing and putting away storm sash, March, 1901 : W. Falconer, $5 ; S. Frame, $5 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
48,525 09 

41 20 



900 00 
339 87 


640 00 
040 00 

13 00 
2 00 

99 00 


77 37 


34 50 

863 40 


166 10 
24 00 


969 31 

2,269 66 

10 63 


160 05 
10 00 
10 00 
39 00 
5 00 
70 00 
53 89 


2,250 00 
53 60 


53 50 
316 80 


952 50 

48 75 

60 00 

1 00 

90 00 



13 50 



4 50 

43 20 

10 00 

131 50 

8 00 


1,410 00 
800 00 
763 80 



3,929 50 

279 00 

10 00 



67,192 22 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-51 



Yukon District: Publlo Buildings— Continued. 
Brought forward 



felt, 



New Post Office Building — Continued. 

Adair, J, & T., office desk for postmaster 

Alaska ( 'ommercial Co., 4 door springs, $3 ; Apple, Geo. J., 2 galv. water tanks, $32. 
Alaska Exploration Co.: sash weights, 200 lbs. at 20c; Yale locks, 34 at $2; 3g yd 

$14.60 ; sundries, $9.25 

Ames & Anderson, 40 mail sack hooks 

Anderson Bros., painting flag pole (3 coats) and gilding ball 

Arctic Laundry, washing 08 towels at 10c; cleaning 2 water cans, 40c 

Brimston & Stewart : large table, $12.50 ; 6 chairs at $3.50 

Burns, P. & Co., meat supplied, June 1-Dec 31, 1900 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co.: lumber, dressed, 740 ft. at $125, 1,309 at $100, rough, 8,831 ft. at 

$75 ; cedar door, $12 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa: butts, 6 prs. bronze at $4.20, 6 at $1.82 ; pre. Chicago spring at 

$4, 34 prs. steel at 15c, 43 at 10c; transom lifts and locks, 44 at 50c; locks, 19 sets inside 

door at $1.50 ; 3 sets front door at $4 ; push plates, 6 prs. at $2.80; sash lifts, 7 doz. at 

$4 . 20 : sash fasts, M doz. at $5.00 : sundries, $26.95 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co. ($2,439.20)— 

Installing 82 lights at $1 .50 . 

Lights used during construction, Oct. and Nov., 1900. . . 

Lighting to Apl. 30, 1901 : 37 16 c.p. lamps, 31 nights, 2, 11 nights, 3, 29 nights, 19, 28 
nights, 7, 8 nights, 66, 120 nights at 20c each ; 4, 32 c p. lamps,. 140 nights at 40c 

each 

Dawson Hardware Co.: 3 doors at $8; 2 bolts, $3; 5 drawer locks, $7.50; 3 Yale night 

latches at $4 . 50 ; night latch, $2 

I >awson Water & Power Co., water supply, June 29- Dec 1, 1900 

Drlage, T. & A. ($2,698.01)— 

Carpenter and joiner work 

Painting and glazing 

Carpenter work for hot air heating apparatus, 29| h. at $1 . 25 

Doll, Mrs. J., cleaning floors and washing windows, May 1-6, 1901, 49 h. at 60c 

Fisher, O., raising 2 vault doors from street to first floor and placing in position 

Goldie & McCullough : 3 sets No. 73 P .O. vault doors, at $250 ; packing, $2.25 

Guilds & Brown : cleaning closets, July 1-Apl. 30, 1901, $137 ; repairing door, $1 

Hanna, Joseph, opening up and cleaning out drain, May. 1901, 18^ h. at 70c 

Hansen, H. P., desk, $65 ; Honnen, H. H., cartage, $130.50 

Klondike Mill Co.: 2 prs. main entrance doors, $180 ; rings for clock tower, 5 at $18 ; drain 

circular sash, 5 at $10 ; storm sash, 56 (contract) $252, 4 at $4 ; sash, 40 yds. at $6, 23 

single at $4 

Meyers, H. Lane, fitting vault doors, &c,, agreement 

Moncrief, Robt., constructing complete main stair case with moulded hand rail, 22 steps cased 

and moulded newels, &c 

Macfarlane, David R., wood, 125J cords at $22 

McLennan, Jas. P. : 35 yds. roller tow r elling at 25c 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. ($4,819.86)— 

Heating apparatus, contract, $1,865 ; galv. iron tank, $90 ; lining tank on outside, $158.15 ; 
changing register, $7.25 

Air-tight heater, $35 ; tinsmith, $13.75 ; hardware, &c, $306.46 

Galv. ironwork : 3,844 sq. ft. at 22^c, 550 at 30c; covering hoods to entrances and win- 
dow, $48 ; finial to tower at base of flagpole, $55 ; sundry, $73 .95 

Butts : 103 prs. at 50c, 28 at 35c, 77 at 25c ; 4 Chicago spring at $11 

Locks : 28 sets mortice at $2 . 50 ; 39 wardrobe and drawer at $1 

Door sets, 3 at $7 ; 2 mail brackets, $22 : fin. nails, 701 lbs. at 17c 

Sash-weights, 457^ lbs. at 20c; 42 sash-fasteners at 30c; 13 lbs. sash-cord, $13 

Doors : 3 x 7, panel, 12 at $12.50 ; 2 prs., $50 ; 2 closet, $20 

Tar paper, 56 rolls at $5 ; 2 galv. iron closet pails, $40 

Glass, 01 lights for $46.58 ; 9 window shades, $18 ; 12- ft. flag, $20 

McLillan, Ronald, opening up and cleaning out drain, ISh hrs. at 70c 

Oehler, Frank, clearing ice and snow from roof and sidewalk, March 7-8, 1901 

Oliver, H.: whitewashing interior of 3 vaults, $15 ; watchman, 1 day, $6 . . 

Overton, P. G. : painting signs, lettering, &c, Dec. 1900, $111 ; typewriting copies of specifi- 
cations for post office fittings, $5 

Reiney, Mrs. A. L., scrubbing, 5 hrs. at 75c 

Ritchie, J. H., cleaning floors and windows, May 1-0, 1901, .~>1 hrs. at 70c 

Kubenstein Bros., Montreal : 300 post office box fronts at *1 .43 : brass name plates, contract, 

$100 ; 5 brass plates, engraved, $13 ; 2 iron stamp racks, $12 ; 4 cases, $4 ; freight charges 

to Dawson City, $166 .92 

Seattle- Yukon Trading Co.: kiln-dried edge grain imported flooring, Douglas fir, 4.000 ft. at 

*170. 

Shindler, D. A.: door locks, $10 ; brass locks, 11 at $1.75, 12 at $2 ; bronze hing. s, 3 prs. at 

$2, 4 at $2 . 50 

[Standard Oil Co., 1 case Pearl oil, $10 ; str. Monarch, carpenter's excess baggage, $10.25. . . 



> eta 


57,192 22 


75 on 
35 00 


131 75 

40 00 

15 00 

7 20 

33 50 

152 35 



897 72 



224 77 

123 00 
139 40 



2,176 80 



l-4Jv 



Carried forward. 



50 00 
42 00 


617 00 


2,044 13 


36 88 


29 40 


64 50 


752 25 


138 00 


12 95 


195 50 


920 00 


80 00 


240 00 


2,752 75 


8 75 


2,120 40 


355 21 


1,200 85 


124 55 


109 00 


102 17 


117 10 


220 00 


320 00 


84 58 


12 95 


40 00 


21 00 


110 00 


3 75 


35 70 


724 92 


680 00 


ii!f 25 


26 25 


85,777 50 



V-52 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Yukon District : Public Buildings — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Nciv Post Office Building — Concluded. 

S. Y. T. Co., beaded ceiling, 340 ft. at $17.50 

Walkenshaw, T. T. : English Portland cement, 2 brls. at -$50 ; cement chimney, 11 lin. ft. at $4 

Walsh, James, pumping water out of furnace room, 10 hrs. at 70c 

Yukon Brick and Lime Co. ($5,635.41)— 

Constructing complete 3 brick chimneys, 7,678 bricks laid at $115 per M 

Constructing complete vaults as shown on drawings, 39,456 bricks laid at $115 per M. . . . 

Concrete to floor of vaults, of best English Portland cement, 2^ c. yds. at $60 

Providing and building in wrt. iron tie rods, 1 in. dia., 5 rods complete, at $13 

Yukon Saw-mill Co.: sundry lumber, $10,609.95; panel doors, 13 at $8, 6 at $9; 31 cases, 

2,165 pigeon holes, $1,250 ; 2 cases for registrar's office, $65 ; 1 case for money order, $25 ; 

case of drawers for 2,922 post office keys, $55 ; panelled doors for post office boxes, 28 large 

at $2, 56 small at $1 . 75 ; large distributing frame, $80 ; oiling pilasters, counter tops and 

panel doors, $24 .75 . 

Old Post Office Building, Dawson ($4,040.62). 

Taking down fittings : carpenter, Sam Frame, 18 hrs. at $1 ; labourer, H. Sharp, 1 d. $6. . . . 

Alaska Commercial Co., 4 cases carbide $100 

Macfarlane, David R., wood, 171& cords at $22 , 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., flue cps 50c; O'Connor, J. P., scavenging $40 

Yukon Sawmill Co., material and labour making pigeon holes, &c. 

Postmasters Residence, Dawson. 

Dawson Electa ic Light and Power Co. ($122.50)— 

Installing 5 lights at $1.50 

Lighting, Nov. -Feb. 28, 1901 : 5-16 c. p. lamps, 115 nights at 20c. each 

Matheson, D. A., firewood, 7 cords at $22 



s cts 


85,777 50 


59 50 
144 00 

7 00 


882 97 

4,537 44 

150 00 

65 00 



Government Lodging House, Daxoson. 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: airtight heater $22 ; 6 roof safes $90 ; 4 floor safes $24 ; putting in 
floor and roof safes $97.50 ; stove pipes, elbows, &c, $37.25 ; sundries $9.75 

Sheriff's Office, Dawson. 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co., repairs to sheriff's office , 

Lineman's Cabin, Dawson ($106). 



Can. Yukon Lumber Co., 400 ft. flooring 

Guilds & Brown, gal v. iron box 

Honnen, H. H., hauling wood from telegraph station, 4 hrs. at 
Pickett & Devlin, hauling firewood from station to cabin, 5 hrs. 
Underwood, M., hauling supplies from tel. station 



Telegraph Station, Daxoson ($5,930.86). 

Carpenter, Geo. T. Dunn, 14 d. at $7.50 ; painter, P. G. Overton, 18 d. at $4 

Labourers, E. C. Arnold, 11 d. at $6 ; E. D. Champlain, 3 d. at $6 ; Jos. Champlain, 3 d, 
at $5 



Alaska Exploration Co. , 2 curtain poles, $4 ; 5 fixtures, $5 

Anderson Bros., contract to cloth, paper and paint 1 room 

Ashelby, H. E., 2 sides beef, 768 lbs. at 75c; 46 lbs. meat at $1.25 ; caribou, 78 lbs. at 50c 

80 at 40c; ham, ?Ah lbs. at 50c; potatoes, 25 lbs. at 75c; doz. oranges, $4 ; 2 lbs. cran 

berries, $2 ; less 193 lbs. bacon at 25c 

Brimston & Stewart, chairs, 12 at $5.50 ; square, $22 ; table, $7.50; pair portiers, $15 ; mat 

tress, $8 

Brunelle, A., washing at Telegraph Station, June 19-30, 1900, 2d 

Burns, P. & Co., meat supplied June 1, 1900, April 30, 1901 

Dawson Electric Light & Power Co. ($490.50). 

Installing 11 lights at $1.50 ; concealing wires, 6 h. at $1.50 ; 1 3-light fixture, $15 

Lighting, Oct. -April 30, 1901 ; 10-16 c lamps, 44 nights, 1, 5 nights, 11, 31 nights, 3, i 

nights, 12, 120 nights at 20c each 

Dawson Water & Power Co., water supply, April 19-Oct. 19, 1900, 6 m. at 88 

Donoghue, Dan, sawing and piling kindling wood 

DuBreuil, Arthur, carrying firewood in shed, 4 h. at 75c 

Gillan, Sarah, washing at Telegraph Station, Oct. 10, 1899-Jan. 17, 1900, 13^ d. at $6 ; les 

store account, $11.60 



Carried forward 



12,421 70 


24 00 

100 00 

3,766 02 

40 50 
110 10 



7 50 
115 00 
154 00 



280 50 



17 27 



46 00 
8 00 

24 00 

25 00 
3 00 



177 00 

99 00 

9 00 

60 00 



711 75 



118 50 

12 00 

1,389 66 


40 50 


450 00 

48 00 

5 00 

3 00 


69 40 


111,958 81 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-53 



Yukon District: Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Telegraph Station, Dan-son -Concluded. 

Guilds and Brown, cleaning closets, Sept. 1, 1899- April 30, 1901, 20 m. at $5 ; scavenging, 
$101.50 ; gal v. iron box and placing, $14 

Hcerlor, Fred, water supplied, Sept. 25, 1809- April 30, 1001, 448 (5 galls.) buckets at 124c, 
1,500 at lt>Hc '. 

Jacques, Mrs. G. A., washing, April 27-Mar. 28, 1900, 5 d. at $0 

Johnston, D., splitting and piling 5g cords wood, $20.70 ; cleaning stove pipes, $1 

Lempel, Lizzie, washing, $3 ; Milne, Chas, groceries, $(53.59 

McLennan, Jas. P., 2 doz. table napkins, $8 ; yard calico, 25c 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., 2 tanks coal oil, $240, less oil tank returned, $10 ; white lead, 
225 lbs. at 25c; boiled oil, 17 galls, at $3; stove, $25; pipes, elbows, &c, $52.50; 4 
springs and mattresses, $60; cash box, $12 ; dinner set, $30 ; 2 lamps, $: ; 5 ; 100 lights, 
8x12, glass, $25; kitchen utensils, hardware, &c, $331.90; less 34^ kegs nails at $14, 4 
doz. axe handles at $4 

McMullen & Donohue, splitting and piling firewood, 68jp cords at $3, sawing, 2 cords at $5 . 

Palmer, C. R., hauling supplies from scow, 5 h 

Parsons Produce Co., groceries, &c, $306.75 ; Ross, Jack, cartage, $1 

Pottinger. J. H., splitting wood, $5.25 ; cleaning yard, $4.90 

Schiller, Dora, washing, Jan. 17- April 20. 1900, 13 d. at $6 

Steele, Mrs. M.E., washing, May 29- June 7, 1900, £ d. at $6 

Wishart, F. K., beaching 47 cords wood at $2, delivering 17 cords at $5, sawing Cti^ cords at 
S5.50 

Yukon Hotel Store, groceries, &c 



Rao id Riv fret's Office on Mission St., Dawson. 

Xoel, August, rent of office, May 1-Oct. 16, 1900, 5^ m. at $50 

Legal Adviser. Mr. Clement' 's Cabin, Dawson ($1,025). 

de Lobel, Loieq : rent of cabin, June 1, 1900-March 31, 1901, 10 m. at $65 ; overpaid, $130 

(Nov. and Dec, rent paid twice) 

Lefebvre, Ernest, scrubbing floors, $5 ; Matheson, D. A., wood, 10 cords at $22 

Standard Oil Co., 2 cases Pearl oil at $10 



Mr. Gi^ouaroVs Cabin, Dawson. 
Macfarlane, David R., wood, 12/^ cords at $22 



Purchase of Rod Estate. 
Gandolf, Jos. R., north half lot 12, Block I., Harper and Ladue addition, Dawson. 

Atlin Post Office ($418.30). 
2 lamp chimneys, 



Cross, A. S. & Co. : 2 cases coal oil $18 ; 2 lamp chimneys, $2.10. 

Deeks, John F , 20 cords wood at $5.50 

Dunn, Thos. & Co. : 1 30-in. heater, $25; pipes, fitting &c, $14.10 

up, $15 

Godfrey Hardward Co. : stove pipes, elbows, &c, $22.10 ; time fitting. $12 
Russell, J. H., erection of partition and furniture and fittings 



1 drum heater and fitting 



Dominion Creek Mining Inspector ($901). 

Acme Grocery, case coal oil 

Artand, Madam F., rent of building, June, 1000 

Landreville, Max., rent of cabin, .1 uly-Sept., 1900, 3 m. at $25 

L'Hereux, Gus., rent of office and bedroom, Dec. 1-March 31, 1901, 4 m. at $50 

McCoy, W. II.. rent of office, April, *i901 

McNeill, Jas. & Geo. R. Smith : wood, 20 cords at 816 ; sawing and splitting, 20 cords at 
.Smith, Geo., 2 cords dry wood, split and sawed 



Fort Selkirk Crown Timber and Land Agent's Office ($90.40). 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co., material and labour on repairs, &c 

Klimesst, L., heating stove 



Carried forward . 



cts. 



111,958 81 



215 50 

305 97 
30 00 
21 70 
66 59 

8 25 



399 (55 


216 25 


30 00 


307 75 


10 15 


78 00 


3 00 


696 11 


349 13 



275 00 



780 00 

225 00 

20 00 



268 12 



2,000 00 



20 10 
110 00 

54 10 

34 10 

200 00 



21 00 
25 00 
75 00 

200 00 
50 00 

480 00 
50 00 



77 90 
12 50 



119,674 68 



V-54 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Yukon District : Public Buildings— Continued. 



Brought forward 

Gold Bun Mining Inspector's Office ($335). 



Chute & Wills, rent of cabin, Nov. -April 30, 1900, 6 m. at $25. 
McLennan, McFeely & Co. : heater, $20 : 
Robinson, A. W., 10 cords wood 



2 office chairs, $8 ; table, $7 ; sundries, $10 . 



Grand Forks Mining Inspector's Office ('$293. 



$20. 



Coutts, Peter, cord of wood, $25 ; Coutts, R. B., cord of wood 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., yale padlock 

Nichols, C. H., repairs to office, Nov., 1900 

North American Transportation and Trading Co. : wash basin, $1.50 ; 5 galls, coal oil, $8.50. 

Orr & Tukey, freighting office fixtures, Dawson to Bonanza P. O •. 

Smith, H. L., sawing and splitting 1 cord wood 

Williams' Electric Light and Power Line : installing lights, $2.50 ; lighting, Dec. 15- April 
29, 1901, 1-16 c. p. lamp, 107 nights at 35c, 28 at 25 

Hunker Creek Mining Inspector's Office ($134). 



Hood, Charles, 2 logs, $8 ; Hopkins, F., 2| cords firewood, $60 

McClellan, Archie : building latrine, $50 ; putting up stove pipes, $2.50. 
McLellan, McFeely & Co., hardware, &c 



cts. 



119,674 68 


150 00 

45 00 

140 00 


45 00 

2 00 

156 97 

10 00 

25 00 

8 00 



Stewart River, Recorder's Office ($428.31). 

Johnston, Chas., Dawson : 2 windows, $7 ; 63 yds. house lining, $7.56 ; table and bench, $10 ; 

labour purchasing and shipping lumber to Stewart, $10 ; str. to Stewart, $14 ; freight on 

goods to Stewart, $28 ; carpenter, 58 h. at $1 ; travel, time, &c, Stewart to Dawson, 5 d. 

at $4 ; cartage, $4 

McLennan, Jas. P. , table cover 

McLennan, McFeely & Co. : stove, $25 ; pipes, &c, $4 ; door, $7 ; 4 sash, $16 ; chair, $5 ; 2 

rolls bdg. paper, $8 ; hardware, &c, $8.25 

Ryan, M., rent of cabin, Nov. 1- April 1, 1901, 5 m. at $25 

Standard Oil Co. : case Pearl oil, $10 ; lamp and shade, $6 ; ^ doz. chimneys, $3 

Yukon Sawmill Co., 400 ft. of 6-in. flooring 



Sulphur Creek: Mining Inspector's Office ($353). 



Belcher, P. H., rent of cabin, May and June, 1900 

Hubrick, J. P., work on cabin, $35 ; Klondike Dev. Co., cord wood, $17. 

McLennan, McFeely <fe Co.: 2 office chairs, $8 ; mattress, $12.50 

Rockwell, T. D., rent of cabin, Nov, 1- April 30, 1901, 6 m. at $25. ... . 

Rouse, J. A., rent of cabin, Sept. 1 Oct. 15, 1900, H m. at $25 

Smith, A. A., cord of wood, $17 ; Sproule, G. P., mattress, $16 

Standard Oil Co. , case Pearl oil 



White Horse, Post Office ($178.42). 

British American Corporation, heating stove, $20 ; Clark & Davis, sign, $3.50. 

Devlin, J. K. & Co., hauling P.O. fittings , 

Jones, Geo.: fir, 250 ft. at 15c; spruce, 475 ft. at 7^c.j 74 tie lumber at 75c 

MacLennan, Fred., hardware, etc 



White Horse, Telegraph Station. 
Brownell, D. C. : pump, complete, $13 ; sink, $7 ; pipe, couplings, etc., $3.85 

IV. W. M. Police Buildings, White Horse. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 1, 1900-Feb. 28, 1901— 

J. A. Lafortune, foreman, 75 d. at $5, 89^ at $6 ; less paid at Ottawa in 1899-1900 
(V— 67), $500, in 1900-1, $41.25 

E. Dumais, foreman (Aug. ) 21| d. at $5 

Blacksmith, carpenter, labourers and teamster3 

Burns, P. & Co., meat, $311 .85 ; Geoffray, G., travel, $5 

Clarke, F. J. & Co., paper and labour hanging same, 754 yds. at 30c 

Heney, M. J., scraper, $20 ; Racine, C, lumber, $1,947.76 

Minard, D. McRae, salary, July 23- Aug. 31, 1900, at $125 

Shaw, N. P. & Co., meat, 26.05 ; Sipprell, Dean, fish, $7.20 

Victoria- Yukon Trading Co., lumber, $313 : Whitney & Pedlar, groceries, &c, $207.20 

Young, Chas. : 48 ft. chimneys at $3 ; flashing for same, $5 . 50 



Carried forward 128,161 74 



46 95 



68 00 
52 50 
13 50 



158 56 


6 50 


73 25 


125 00 


19 00 


46 00 


50 00 


52 00 


20 50 


150 00 


37 50 


33 00 


10 00 


23 50 


7 00 


128 62 


19 30 



23 85 



370 75 


106 25 


2,888 50 


316 85 


226 20 


1,967 76 


161 30 


33 25 


520 20 


149 50 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-55 



Vukon District : Public Buildings — Continual. 
Brought forward 



Generally. 

Fuller, T. W., resident architect, Dawson (02,905.57) 

Part of salary, June 1, 1899- June 30, 1900, 1 in. at $35, 12 at 050 

Salary, 12 in. to June 30, 1901 

Laundry, Aug. 25, ISO!) June 30, 1901, §171.60 ; outlay, Dec. 16, 1899-Dec. 31, 1900, $48.97 
Medical attendance, A. Thompson, M.D., $40 ; hospital fees, $10 

Charleson, £. E., assistant on architect's staff, Oct. and Nov., 1899. . 

Ewart, H. E., asst. to resident architect, Oct. 1, 1899-May 31, 1900, July 1-Apr. 30, 1901, 18 
m. at $150 

Freeman, Miss E., stenographer and typewriter, Dec. 1-Apr. 30, 1901, 5 m. at $175, typewrit- 
ing forms of tender for new buildings, $10 • 

Heacock, L. J., accountant, Dec. 1-Apr. 30 1901, 3 m. at $225, 2 at $250 

Soucie, Mary, cook and housekeeper, Oct. 1, 1899-May 31, 1900, 8 m. at $125 

Adair, J. and T. : extension table, $20 ; typewriter table, $8 

Alaska Exploration Co.: ledger, $15 ; cash book, $15 ; journal, $15 

Anderson & Swan, stationery, $13 ; Atkins & Johnson, cartage, $2.25 

Aurora Dock, wharfage on 7$ tons freight shipped on Eldorado, Aug., 1899 

Banks, C. N., mortice lock and fitting, $5 ; Can. Pac. Nav. Co., freight, $29.66 

Baril, J. A. ($841.05)— 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120, less cash in 1899- 1900, page V— 54, $440, V— 63, $20 
Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Oct., 1900, $187.30, less store account, $0.25 

Briniston & Stewart : arm chair, $10 ; large table, $12.50 ; office stool, $15 

Burns, P. <fc Co., meat supplied, June 1-Apr. 30, 1901 

Can. Pac. Ry., freight, $25.74 ; C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, telegrams, $44 70 

Cavanagh, The Edward Co., Montreal ; door sets, 3 bronze at $7, 1 at $5.75, 8 front at $3, 
34 inside at $1.60; bronze butts, 3 prs. at $3.50, 3 at $2.35, 66 at $1.25; sash fasts, 48 
at 27c; sash lifts, 96 at 30c; Chicago hinges, 2 prs. at $8.50, 2 at $5.50 ; sundries, $21 .32 i 

Charleson, W. Gr., Ottawa ($2, 329. 20)— 

Galv. iron : Apollo, No. 26, 6,563 squares, 12,126 lbs. at 4^c; 100 sheets, 1,300 lbs. at He 
Galv. roofing nails, 185 lbs. at 7c; solder, 350 lbs. at 25c; rivets and salts, $9.33 



Nails : wire, 20 kegs at $4, 30 at $3.90, 40 at $3.60, 20 at $3.50 ; cut, 10 kegs at $3.60. 
10 at $3. 25, 10 at $3 

Tacks, 203 lbs. at 15c ; inside door hicks, 17 sets at $1 .50 

(Mass : llf doz. of 14 x 2(5 at $2.25 ; 5| doz. of 16 x 26 at $2.50 ; 5 boxes 10 x 12 at $2.50 ; 
lOjf doz. of 14 x 32 at $2.00 ; 5f doz. of 16 x 32 at $2.75 

Putty, 200 lbs. at 34c., 300 at 3c ; white lead, 2\ tons at $140 , 

Boiled oil, 265§ galls, at 80c ; turpentine, 52i galls, at 78c 

200 rolls saturated felt, 10, 178 lbs. at $1 . 90 ; "sundries, $140 . 64 

Crickmay Bros., custom house clearances, &c 

Dawson Post Office, rent of letter box, 2 yrs. to Oct. 1, 1901 

Day, W. R. ($955.50)— 

Carpenter, Feb. 22-Sept. 22, 1900, 177i d. at $5 ; 9^ d. allowed Dawson to Vancouver at 
$5 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V-54, $40, page V— (55, $25 

Travel, Dawson to Vancouver, Oct., 1900, $103 ; less store account, $17.50 

Dunn, Geo. T., unloading contents of telegraph scows and putting same in winter quarters, 

6 d. at $6 



Eleury, Eugene ($930. 30)— 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120, less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $325, V— 65, $25 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Oct., 1900, $197.80, less store account, $21.50; cash from J. 

B. Charleson, June 7, 1900, $10 

( roetzman, H. J. : 3 8 x 10 negatives, $15 ; 8 x 10 prints, $9 

Gonthier, Geo., on account of services, see details page V — 

Government Telegraph Service, telegrams, $67.80 ; Graves Bros., hardware, $34.52 

Greenfield, James & Co., hauling wood, 29 loads at $5 ; hauling boxes, $2.50 

Grenon, Jos. ($963.70) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $340 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Oct., 1900, $186.80 ; less store account, $3 10 

Honnen, H. H., cartage, $25.50 ; James, A. C, voucher 68,554 out, $145 13 

Laramie, G. ($1,024.40) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $275 

."ravel, Dawson to Ottawa, Oct., 1900, $186 30 ; less store account, $6.90 

Laurencelle, W. ($915.50) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $325 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Oct., 1900, $198.05 ; less store account, $2.55, and cash from 

J. B. Charleson, Jan. 30, $75 

Lewis, L. T., water delivered at Govt, buildings, Dawson, June 1-Oct. 30, 1900 

Lewis & Davidson, water delivered at Govt, buildings, Dawson, Dec. 1-Apl. 30, 1901 

Maranda, H. ($908.45) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,560 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $775, V— 67, $40 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa. Sept. 1900, $200 05 ; less store account, $6.60, and cash from 
J. B. Charleson, Jan. 30, $30. 

Carried forward I 148,866 80 



$ cts. 
128,161 74 



635 on 


2,000 00 


220 57 


50 no 


300 00 


2,700 00 


885 00 


1,175 0d 


1,000 00 


28 00 


45 00 


15 25 


21 75 


34 00 


660 00 


181 05 


37 50 


534 96 


7<> 44 



296 28 



604 17 
109 78 


509 50 

55 95 


90 29 

366 00 

253 49 

334 02 

s 50 

44 00 


870 00 
85 :.(> 


36 00 


770 00 


166 30 

24 00 

50 00 
102 32 

147 50 


780 00 
183 70 
170 63 


845 00 

179 40 


795 00 


120 50 

641 00 
557 ,; " 


745 oo 


163 45 



V-56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Yukon District: Public Buildings — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Generally — Continued. 

Marsolais, E., on account— for details, see page 

Martin, A., cutting, splitting and piling 3 cords wood 

Miller, Edward E., unloading contents of telegraph scows and putting same in winter quarters, 

Oct., 1899, 6 d. at $6 

Milne, Chas., groceries, $22.41 ; Munderloh & Co., watchman's clock, $35 

Murchie, W. S. ($919.50) 

Carpenter, Feb. 20-Sept. 22, 1900, 180£ d. at $5 ; 9A d. allowed, Dawson to Vancouver, at 
$5 ; less cash in 1899-1900, V— 54, $70, V— 67, $50 

Travel, Dawson to Vancouver, Oct., 1900, $103 ; less store account, $13.50 

McLaughlin, S. F. ($355.75) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Sept. 30, 1900, $735 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 67, $250 ; charged 
to Quesnelle Telegraph Line, page V— 59, $254 ; store account, $45.25. 

Advance for travelling expenses, Dawson to Ottawa, not accounted for 

McLennan, McFeely & Co.: wrapping paper, 132 lbs. at 25c; 77 lbs. sheet asbestos, $44.20 ; 

sundries, $106.50 

McMillan, John, one day removing telegraph supplies from scows 

North American Transportation and Trading Co., sundries 

O'Connor, J. J. ($1,204.95) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $50, V— 67, $50 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Sept. 22, 1900 ; less store account, $8.60 

O'Neill, Angus ($500.30) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $864 . 50 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 67, $300, and $230 
charged to Quesnelle- Atlin telegraph line, page V — 59 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, $187 . 55 ; less store account, $21 .75 

Picard, L. ($874.80) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $440 

Travel, Dawson-Ottawa, Sept., 1900, $198.80 ; less tobacco, $4 



Seguin, J. ($899.75) 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $1,120 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V- 54, $400, V 
Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Sept., 1900, $196.05 ; less store account, $6.30 

Standard Oil Co., 25 cases Pearl oil at $10 



-68, $10. 



Tasse, Jos. ($756.72)— 

Wages, Jan. 29-Oct. 15, 1900, $910 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 68, $175, and $105 
charged to Quesnelle- Atlin Telegraph Line, page V — , and $110 from J. B 
Charleson, Jan. 30, 1900 

Travel, Dawson to Ottawa, Sept., 1900, $186.80 ; disbursements, $49.92 

Trounce, F. W. : ream typewriter paper, $3 ; gross pins, $2 

Vernon & Storry, landing goods from scow (water work), 7 h 

Walker, J. A., 4^ cords wood for str. Stratton 

White Pass and Yukon route, freight charges 

Woods, James W., Ottawa, Dominion flags, 18 ft., 2 at $20.25, 15 ft., 10 at $16.50 

Yukon Sun ($203.12) 

Advertising tenders, government buildings 

Voucher books, $60 ; 1,000 cheques in duplicate numbered and perforated, $65 ; 2,000 

letter heads $30 

Detailed with "Yukon and Lewis Rivers " (Page V — ) 



Less- 



Advances to T. W. Fuller in 1899-1900, page V— 54 $6,000, 

V— 323 $1,000 $ 7,000 00 



Account of A. McDonald 

Five scows at $25 

Transfer to Bennett- Dawson Telegraph maintenance, part of 
advance to J. B. Charleson paid over to W. M. Crean on 
account disbursements, tel. maintenance 

T. W. Fuller, vouchers in excess of cheques 



895 00 
125 00 



350 00 
538 05 



Charged as follows :— 

Capital, Yukon Public Buildings, carried to page V — 2. 

n 1901-1902 

Rents, fuel, &c, Yukon District, carried to page V — 4. 

1901-1902 



Total as above . 



$ cts. 
148,866 80 



160 00 
15 00 



36 00 
57 41 



830 00 
89 50 



185 75 
170 00 

183 70 
6 00 
5 95 

1,020 00 

184 95 



334 50 
165 80 



680 00 
194 80 



710 00 

189 75 
250 00 



520 00 

236 72 

5 00 

49 00 

34 00 

1,509 56 

205 50 



48 12 



155 00 
55 00 



157,153 81 



5,908 05 



148,245 76 



81,276 68 

7,345 14 

46,477 12 

13,146 82 



148,245 76 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 57 



Yukon Territory : Telegraph i,in< . Ctuesncllc to Atlin, B.<". 



/Etna Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., premium on policy No. 5,528 

Ahcarn & Super, Ottawa : ' G ' zincs, 3,000 at like. ; line tappers, extra heavy, 25 at $9.75 : 

2 line button switches, 24 at $9.25 ; 150 ohm main line relays, 12 at $7.75 ; S. L. keys, 

12 at .$2.50 ; A. L. sounders, 12 at $3.75 ; No. 14 okonite wire, 1,800 ft. at 4.^0 : pocket 

relay in case, $21 ; sundries, $85.02 ; casing, boxing and packing, $52.75 

Atkins & Johnson, Vancouver, cartage 

Bate, 11. X., & Sons, Ottawa, freight paid on goods shipped to J. B. Charleson, Vancouver, 

Mar. 10, 1899 

Blanchette, Nap., on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 

Bonneville, J. H m " 

Boyer, Aurelien ($2,550) — 

Services as engineer, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 1900, 10 m. at $250 ; less, cash in 1899-1900, page 
V— 63, $700, and $50 from J. Y. Rochester 

On account of services, Nov. -Apr., 1901 

Brackman & Ker Milling Co., Vancouver: oats, 15 tons at $27; hay, 5 03 tons at $13 ; 

wharfage, $15 

Braden & Hastings, Vancouver : 50 head cattle, 44,000 lbs. at 30c. ; G milch cows at $255 ; 

pr. scales, $3.50 ; blocks, knives, saws, &c, $20.50 ; salary for man killing cattle (Geo. 

Kennett) 2 m., $100 ; extra expenses incurred delivering cattle, including feed and wages, 

$293 ; total, $15,147 ; less $5,500 paid in 1899-1900, page V— 63 

British Columbia Express Co. : fare of Mr. Hawkins, Ashcroft to Quesnelle, $37 ; express- 
age on 781 lbs. saddlery, $08.50 

Burdon, Lance, Vancouver, photographic supplies 

Burke, L. A., ' Fifth Avenue Hotel,' Skagway, board and room for Mr. Charleson and 

party of 3, Oct. 7, 1900 

Can. Bank of Commerce, Vancouver, telegrams to and from Ottawa re Charleson and Hardy 

cheques and credit, Oct. -Nov., 1900 .. 

Can. Pac. Nav. Co.: fares, 18 1st, Vancouver-Wrangel, $300; 70 2nd, $700; 3 2nd, Wrangel- 

Ft. Simpson, $15; 3, Skagway to Vancouver, $00 ; freight, $170.83; less transfer ex- 
penses at Victoria, $2.75 ; meals to J. B. Charleson, $0 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co's Telegraph, telegrams 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co. ($729.35)— • 

Fares, &c, Nov., 1900 : 6 first-class ticket to Ottawa at $73.05; 5 berths to Ottawa, 
$87.50 ; 1 drawing room to Ottawa, $08 ; 1 first-class ticket to Montreal, $73.65; 1 
berth to Montreal, $18 

Freight charges 

Cantin. Ed., on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 

Champagne, J. P., on account of services, July-Oct., Feb. and April 

Charleson, Alex. ($2,966.65)— 

Services as Supt. of Construction: Nov. and Dec, 1899, 2 m. at $200, Jan. 1-Oct. 31, 
1900, 304 d. at $10 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 64, $250, and cash from J. B. 
Charleson, Aug. 30, 1900, $250, Sept. 10, 1900, $100 

Disbursements, May 1-Oct. 31, 1900 

Charleson, Alex. J. ($3,632.89)— 

Services as general clerk, Jan. 30-Oct. 31, 1900, 9 m and 2 d. at $175, $1,586.29; less 
$60 received on account from J. Y. Rochester and cash in 1899-1900, page V — 04 $350 

First-class ticket, Ottawa- Vancover, $73.30 ; coon coat, bought in Ottawa, $65 ; sundry 
outlay, July 22- Aug 28, Oct. 23, 1900, $283.30 

Advance on account of salary 

Amount paid J. Y. Rochester, Aug. 30, 1900 

Mule, *150; 25 horses. $828.55; leather aparejos, 5 at $31; pack saddles, 20 at $5 ; 
blankets, 20 prs. at $2.10; riding saddle, $20; hackmores, 30 at 75c; National gall 
cure, 8 doz. at $2.50; sundry expenses, June 0-July 7, 1900, $209.60; paid J. J. 
Healy on account, $100; amount deposited to credit of J. B. Charleson, $752.35; 

total, $2,400 ; less, cash in 1899-1900, page V— 64, $2,400 

Charleson, E. E. ($3,600)— 

Cash from A. Hardy, Nov. 10, 1900, $300, Nov. 13, $300 

Advance, June 7, 1901, for purchase of horses 

Charleson, J. B. ($5,250)— 

On account of salary, Juiy- April, 1901 

On account of disbursements to Sept. 28, 1900 

Charleson, W. G.: 36-in. Lion heaters, 25 at $15; stovepipes, zinc, &c, $132.25 ; snowshoes, 

55 prs. at $2.50, 5 at $3.50 ; 55 prs. snowshoe strings, $18 .34 | 

Chartier, Leon, on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 

Choquette, Peter, pilot on str. Monte Cristo, June 23-1 uly 6, 1901, 14 d. at $3; less, store 

account, $4 

Clement, Calixte ($605.35) — 

Services, Jan. 2-Mar. 31, 1900, at $75, $154.83 ; April 1-Oct. 31, 1900, 52$ d. at $3, 128ft 
d. at $3.25 ; 5 days allowed to Ottawa at $2.50 ; less, cash in 1899-1900, page V— 65, 
$155; from J. B. Charleson, $30; from A. Hardy, $1; Mar. 20, $5, Oct. 22, $10, 
Oct. 24, $15, and $95 from sources not mentioned on vouchers 

Travelling expenses to Ottawa, Nov., 1900, $86.05 ; less, store account, $18.75 

On account of services, Feb. -May, 1901 | 

•Crickmay Bros., Customs clearance, &c, $54.50 ; Dom. Express Co., charges, $55.10 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

150 00 



2,303 62 

57 25 

449 06 
135 00 
112 50 



1,750 00 
800 00 

485 42 



9,647 00 

105 50 
113 34 

14 00 

4 55 



1,303 08 
1,371 81 



685 45 

43 90 

135 00 

240 00 



2,840 00 
126 65 



1,186 29 

421 60 

25 00 

2,000 00 



600 00 
3,000 00 

3,100 00 
2,150 00 

680 59 
180 00 

38 00 



433 05 
67 30 

105 00 
109 60 

30,969 56 



V-58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Yukon Territory: Telegraph Line, Quesnelle to Atlin, B.C. — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Cunningham, R. & Son, Hazelton : sundry supplies to men, $237.64; cash to E. E. 

Charleson, $35 , 

Ellis, A. B., wood, 6i cords at $5 ; sundries, $7 

Firstbrook Box Co., Ltd., Toronto, 2-in. sideblocks, 9,000 at $26 

Fobert, Albert, on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 .... 

Gilchen, Henry ($738.70)— 

On account of services, J uly-Oct.. 1900, Feb.- April, 1901 

Expenses, Vancouver to Ashcroft and return, July 17, 1900 

Drayage at Skagway 

Gillespie, A. S., on account of services, Oct.-Nov., 1900 

Gobeil, J. E., private secretary to J. B. Charleson ($2,199.31)— 

Services, Feb. 1, 1900- June 30, 1901, 17 m. at $200 ; less, cash in 1899-1900, page V— 65, 
5 m. at $175; from J. B. Charleson, Jan. 30, 1900, $300; April 13, $100; Feb. 21. 
1901, $50 ; $175 charged to Dawson-Fort Cudahy (page ) and $175 charged to 

Ashcrof t-Barkerville Cons, (page ) 

Travel and outlay : Jan. 29-Nov. 10, 1900, $304.31 ; Feb. 16- July 8, 1901, $40.45 

Return ticket, Vancouver to Ottawa, Sept. 1, 1900 

Hamilton Powder Co., Victoria: 3 electric batteries at $30; 2000 6 ft. electric fuses, $90; 

wire, &c, $21.25 

Hardy, A. ($3,132.70)— 

Services as accountant, Yukon works, July-Dec, Feb. -Apr., 1901, 9m. at $200, charged 

to this vote 

Railway fare and sleeper, self and 4 others, Ottawa to Vancouver, May 31, 1901, 5 at 

$91.15; sundry outlay, $244.25 

Travel and outlay : return ticket, Vancouver to Ottawa, Aug., 1900, $129.55; sundry 
travel and outlay, Apr. 23-Dec 31, 1900, $388.15 ; tickets $73,05, and sundry outlay 

$41.95, Vancouver to Ottawa, Jan. 1-7, 1901 

Hastings, J. M., 4 pack horses and 4 saddles, $455 ; less $200 cash from J. Y. Rochester. . . 
Hawthorne, Wm, Grand Central Hotel, Ashcroft: board, 17 d. in Oct., 1900, J. E. Gobeil, 

$34 ; A. Hardy, $34 ; meals to men, $3 ,.- 

Haywood <fe Prescott, Commercial Hotel, Vancouver, board of men, Nov., 1900 

Healy, J. J. ($900) — 

Cash from A. Hardy, Nov. 7, $200, Dec. 31, $100 

Advances for disbursements, July 17, $500. Oct. 9, $100 

Heney, J. , Vancouver : riding saddles, 2 at 50, 4 at $40 ; shops, 5 prs. at $14 ; pack saddles, 90 at 
$13 ; mantles, 60 at $2 ; blankets, 6 prs. at $2.50 ; leather, 514ift. at 35c; sundries, $100.70. 
Hotel Vancouver ($1,258.40)— 

Board : July 15-Sept. 1, Oct. 3-Nov. 5, J. B. Charleson, $243.80; J. E. Gobeil, $243.80; 

July 15-Sept. 1, Oct. 3- Dec 31, $507.20 ; sundry persons, $1 88.50 

Telegrams, $56.25 ; laundry, $6.70 ; transfers, $11.50 ; messengers, 65c 

Hudon, Felix, services as general hand and clerk, 275 d. to Oct. 31, 1900, at $4 ; less, cash in 
1899-1900, page V— 66, $195, from J. B. Charleson, $150, from J. Y. Rochester, $175, 

and store account, $80.80 

Hudon, Felix, on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 

Hudson's Bay Co. ($51,895.30)— 

Cash paid by orders signed by Herbert H. Hall 

i. ii h E. E. Charleson • . 

H. H. Hall, bal. due him Sept. 18, 1900 

A. Boyer, June 15, 1900 

G. Nash, Oct. 29, 1900 

Hire of pack train : June 18-Oct. 14, 1900, $4,912.02, June 18-Sept. 6, 1900, $5,516.55.. . . 

Twelve animals lost from H. B. Co's. horse train, while working for Government 

Freight charges, &c , and fares, meals, &c, $31,008.09 ; less $921.50, not yet paid 

Supples, June-Sept., 1900 

Hutchison, L. W. ($687.17)— 

Wages, Feb. -Oct. 31, 1900, $824.42; less cash, $129 ($5 of this from J. B. C), store 

account, $89.80 

Travelling expenses, Vancouver to Ottawa, Nov., 1900 

Jones, Chas. J., on account of services, $425 ; disbursements, $100 

Kelly, Douglas, & Co., Vancouver, groceries, &c 

Lacroix. Cyrille ($449.74) 

Wages, Jan.-Augr. 0, 1900, $596.49; less, cash in 1899-1900, page V— 67, $150, from A. 
Boyer, $10, from J. Y. Rochester, $52.50, from J. B. Charleson, $40, and $100 ad- 
vanced for travelling expenses 

Travelling expenses, Vancouver to Ottawa, Nov., 1900, $82 ; less, store account, $11.25. 

On account .services, Feb. -June, 1901 ... 

Lafortune, J. A., on account of services, July-Sept., 1900 

Lamothe, G. T, on account of services, Feb.- June, 1901. 

Larose, A. ($734.93)— 

Services, Jan.-Oct. 31, 1900, $1,029.83, Nov. 1-5, 5 d. at $2.50 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page 
V— 67, $125, bv cheque $45. from J. B. Charleson $100 and $100 advanced for travel. . . 
Travel, Vancouver to Ottawa, Nov., 1900, $87.30 ; less store account, $24.70 

Carried forward , . . . 



cts. 



36,969 56 



272 64 

39 50 

234 00 

112 50 

700 00 

33 70 

5 00 

80 00 



1,725 00 
344 76 
129 55 

201 25 



1,800 00 
700 00 



632 70 
255 00 

71 00 
56 00 

300 00 

600 00 



1,915 77 

1,183 30 
75 10 



499 20 
157 50 

3,827 10 

540 04 

592 45 

200 00 

10 00 

10,428 57 

900 00 

30,086 59 

5,310 55 



605 02 

81 55 

525 00 

i, 182 30 



243 99 

70 75 

135 00 

300 00 

225 00 



672 33 
62 60 



112,092 53 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-59 



Yukon Territory: Telegraph Line, Cfcuegnelle to Itlin, B.C. — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Loiselle, Wilfrid, on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 . 

Lyne, Wm., ' Ashcroft Hotel,' board J. B. Charleson and party, $36 ; Chas. Jones, Aug. 1- 

Oct. 10, $95 

Madden, Win., advance July 0, 1901, on account disbursements 

Mansfield, A. H., supt. of wire stretching, Apl.-Oot., 1900, 7 ni. at $150; less commissary 

account (no detail), $282.30 ; cash from J. Y. Rochester, $5 and cash in 1899-1900, page 

V— 67, $200 

Marcelais, Ed. ($314.27)— 

Services, Jan. 30-Oct. 31, 1900, $849.82 ; 5 d. in Nov. at $2.50 ; less $160 charged to Yukon 
Bdgs. (page V— 56), cash in 1899-1900, page V— 54, $200, Oct. 15 $25, Oct. 24 $30, 
from J. B. Charleson $25 and advance for travel $150 

Travel allowed, $81.25 ; less store account, $39.30 

Mooney, James, on account services, July-Oct., 1900 

Monat, Chas. H., Vancouver, forwarding and transhipping supplies, July 1-Oct. 31, 1900, 

123 d. at $3 

Morrison, John : shoeing mules and horses, 57 at $4 ; 82 set of shoes corked at 75c; sundry 

smithwork, $52.95 

Murphy, J. E. ($798.82)- 

Services, Jan. 30-Oct. 31, 1900, $949.82, 5 d. allowed in Nov. at $2.50; less cash in 1899- 
1900, page V— 67, $150, Oct. 15 $25, Oct. 24 $c0, from J. B. Charleson $5 and $150 
advanced for travel 

Travel, Vancouver to Ottawa, Nov., 1900, $86.80 ; less store account, $25.30 

On account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 

MacDonald Cameron, packer, Apl.-Aug., 1900, 113 d. at $3 ; transportation expenses, $21; 

less outfit, $32.50 

MacLaughlin, S. F., detailed with Yukon Pub. Bdgs., page V — 56 

MacLaughlin, T. L., on account of services, July- Sept., 1900 

Oliver, R. H., Vancouver, services, Oct. 14-25, 1900, 12 d. at $3.25 

O'Neill, Angus, detailed with Yukon Pub. Bdgs, page V — 56 

Phelan, John T. ($1,205.32)— 

Supt. of telegraph, Jan. 15-Oct. 31, 1900, $1,665.32 ; less cash in 1899-1900, page V— 67, 
$375, from J. B. Charleson $100, J. Y. Rochester $60 

On account of Dec. , 1900, services 

Porter, James, poll tax collected from men on construction, 84 at $3 

Potter's Manufacturing Association, St. Johns, Q., porcelain telegraph insulators, 8,800 

at8?c 



Rochester, J. Y. ($78,615.02)— 

Services, Feb. 1-Oct. 31, 1900, 273 dys. at $15 ; less $500 from J. B. Charleson, Aug. 13.. 

Advance of July 4, 1900, on account of salary 

Services, Nov. 1-10, 1900, 10 d. at $15 ; travel, Vancouver to Ottawa, Nov., 19u0, 
$106.05 ; ry. fare, Ottawa to Vancouver, Feb. (i, omitted, $73.05 

Expenditure to Nov. 30, 1900 (for details see end of Public Works), $109,578.76 ; less ad- 
vances of 1899-1900, page V— 68, $15,030.85, cash from Alex. Charleson $2,000 and 
$22,467.13 not yet paid 

Cheques signed by J. Y. Rochester and drawn against A. Hardy, $10,000, no vouchers, 
Dec. 31, 1901 

Cash from A. H. Mansfield 

Rogers, Chas. J., on account of services, July-Dec, 1900 , 

Sarazin, Jos., on account of services, Feb. -June, 1901 

Semple, H. S. ($363.71)— 

Services, Feb. 1-July 31, 1900, $420.21 ; less cash from J. Y. Rochester, $155 

Travelling expenses, Glenora, B.C. to Montreal, Aug., 1900, $132.85 ; less store account, 

$34.35 

Seybold, J. A., on account of wire 

Sherr, C. A., telegraph agent, Ashcroft: services, May 14-Dec 15, 1900 30 weeks at $5; 

telegraph account, July 20- Aug. 20, 1900, $51 . 80 ; 2 telegrams to J. J. Healy, May 10, $3.55 

Simon, Hyacinthe, wages (no detail) 

Str. Monte Cristo, freight 

Stewart & Crozier : wire, 48,698 lbs. at 4c; special rig to Quesnelle ($180), part charged to this 

vote, $60 

Stimson, Chas., Vancouver, storage, wharfage, &c 

Tasse, Jos., detailed with Yukon Buildings (Page V — ) 

Taylor, Hugh, feed for mules and expenses of men 

Timmins, L. H. & Bros., sundry clothing and supplies 

Trodden, James ($30,350.25)— 

Expenditure to Nov. 30, 1900 (for details see end of Public Works), $45,561.83: less 
advances of 1899-1900, (page V— 68) $6,000 and $6,500 charged to Ashcroft-Barker- 
ville repoling (page V — ) and $11,061 .83 not yet paid 

Amount of overdraft in Bank of B. N. A 

Telegrams and interest on overdraft paid Bank of B. N. A 

Vic* oria- Vancouver Transportation Co., transportation, James Trodden and 18 men, Port 

Essington to Vancouver, Oct. 23, 1900 

Carried forward 



s cts 
112,092 53 



180 00 



i:;i oo 

200 00 



562 70 



272 32 

41 95 

200 00 

369 00 

342 45 



602 32 

61 50 

135 00 

327 50 
254 00 
198 00 
39 00 
230 00 



1,130 32 

75 00 

252 00 

756 80 

3,595 00 
400 00 

329 10 



70,080 



4,100 14 

50 00 

800 00 

135 00 


205 21 


OS 50 
4,000 00 


205 35 

82 45 

150 25 


2,007 92 
95 85 

105 00 

71 90 
CO 00 


22,000 00 

8,032 02 

317 (53 


285 00 


235,781 15 



V-60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Yukon Territory : Telegraph Line, Quesnelle to Atlin, B.C. — Continued. 
Brought forward . 



Waller, E. K., on account of services, April, 1901 

White, J. P., services, Jan. 30-Oct. 31, 1900, $906.45; less cash, July 22, $25, Aug. 30, $20, 

Oct. 15, $50, Oct. 24, $50, from J. B. Charleson, $25 ; store account, $28.85 

Young, J. E., Telegraph Creek, operator, May 18-Oct. 13, 1900, $487.10; less cash June 19, 

$25, Aug. 13, $75 ; jackknife, $1.50 

Stationery office, Ottawa, $127.97 ; King's Printer's account, $9.20 

Less — H. F. Gorrell's salary, A pi. -June, 1900, transferred to Bennett- 
Dawson maintenance ,.....$ 75 00 

Charged to 1901-02 2,050 63 



$ cts. 

235,781 15 

75 00 

707 60 

385 60 
137 23 



237,086 58 



2,125 63 



Total, carried to page V— 2 234,960 95 



Telegraph Line : Dawson to International Boundary. 

Foreman of construction, C. A. Couture ($852) — 

Services, Aug. -Oct., 92 d. at $7.50 

Maintenance of party of 21 on return trip to Dawson, Oct. 25-29, $348.50; ferrying 21 

men across Yukon at $1 . 50 ; sundry meals, $22 

Timekeeper at $125 : A. F. Miller, Aug. 16-Oct. 29 

Cook at $125 : P. Daly, Aug. 6-Oct. 29 

Labourers, days at $4 : R. Averill 52 '85, E. Bernard 52 '2, John Cheslack 74 "8, Jos. Ches- 

lack 74 7, J. Cullen 27 95, J. Faulkner 80 8, O. Fisher 88 1, W. Garrett 74 1, A. 

Gilchrist 45 95, Jo.s. Hall 2£, J. Hughes 76 8, D. Johnston 86 3\ John Johnston 

86 6, J. Limoges 53 1, Chas. Lund 77 "7, F. Marcouiller 77 65, J. Marks 79 '8, Robt. 

Marshall 80 7, D. Menard 52 95, W. McNamara 77 45, J. McNeil 78 7, S. McNeill 

81 15, Jas. Robson 74 35, C. H. Severs 52 85, W. J. Williams 52 95, A. Woodburn 

7795 

Alaska Commercial Co., Dawson, fare of man and freight on boat ... 

Barclay, A., services locating telegraph route Dawson to Cassiar Creek, July 21-26 

Barrett & Hull : transportation of 24 men 32 miles, $241.92 ; 96 meals at 75c; transporting 

2£ tons freight 32 miles, $42 

Best, Fred. W., Forty Mile, services of guide in Oct., 2d 

Bird, A., Dawson, fitting up 2 scows, 26 h. at $1 

Can. Pac. Nav. Co., freight, $71.47 ; C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, telegrams, $6.98 

Can. Yukon Lumber Co., Dawson, rough boards, 2,114 ft. at $75 

Culbertson, J. M., hauling freight, &c, 4,587 lbs. at 3ic 

Dawson and White Horse Nav. Co.: freight on supplies, Dawson to Forty Mile, 15,705 lbs. 

at la, on canoes, 3 at $5 ; fares, 3 at $10, 1 at $4.50 

Freeman & Kennedy, Dawson, smithwork 

Gilchen, H., expenses to Seattle and return purchasing material, July 31 . . ..... 

Honnen, H., Dawson, hauling, 1\ h. at $6, 10 at $5 

Jenkins, John, Dawson, fitting up 2 scows, 26 h. at $1 

Johnson, Sydney, Dawson, 1 scow, 38 x 12 

Miller, C. E., Dawson, board of A. F. Miller, Sept. 5-6 

Milne, Chas., Dawson : potatoes, 214 lbs. at lie. ; onions, 50 lbs. at 14c 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., Dawson, cooking utensils, tableware, &c 

North American Trading and Transportation Co., Dawson, groceries, &c 

Pioneer Drug Store, ledger, $2.50 ; 100 receipts, $1 ; Ross, H., hauling baggage, $6 

Victoria Market, Dawson, 95 lbs. beef at 25c 

White Pass & Yukon Route, freight on wire &c, from Bennett to Dawson, 20,083 lbs. at 5c., 

• 122at4|c 

Yukon Hotel store, Dawson, groceries, &c 



Paid at Ottaioa by Departmental Cheqxhe. 

Boyer, A. , on account of May and June wages 

Champagne, J. P. M ,, ,, 

Charleson, J. B. m ,, ,. 

Gilchen, H. ■ „ „ „ 

Gobeil, J. E. .. ,. ,, detailed with Queesnelle-Atlin line. 

Hardy, A .. ,. ,. , 

Roger, C. J. n June „ 

Total, carried to page V— 2 



690 00 

402 00 
304 45 
344 80 



6,963 00 


30 00 


25 00 


355 92 


20 00 


20 00 


78 45 


158 55 


160 55 


206 55 


4 00 


37 00 


65 00 


26 00 


30 00 


5 75 


30 55 


58 75 


195 35 


9 50 


23 75 


1,010 00 


411 75 



150 00 


20 00 


300 00 


100 00 


175 00 


200 00 


25 00 


12,642 67 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-61 



Yukon District : Trails, Roads and Bridges. 

Eldorado Wagon Road, Pay-lists, dr., Sept. 16-0ct. 11 ($6,790.85). 

Foreman, M. Gately, 21 d. at $5 ; team and driver, L. J. otevens, 12k d. at $40 

Cooks at $5 a day : A. R. Dixon, 8 ; John A. Henry, 8k 

27 labourers in all, 3869 d. at $4 

Foreman, J. C. Patterson, 8 38 d. at $8 ; asst., T. Hourie, 20| d. at $5 

Cook, Mrs. Otto Hansley, U d. at $5 

28 labourers in all, 420 d." at $4 

Foreman, G. S. St. Florino, 20 d. at $7 

Teamster, M. Connor, 20 d. at $5 

31 labourers in all, 526^ d. at $4 

Fngineer, W. Thiboudeau, expenses incurred on survey ($225) — 

Chainmen : Thos. Leathern, 2 d. at $10 ; V. H. Graham, 3 d. at $10 

Axemen : R. Armstrong, 3 d . at $10 ; R. J. Patterson, \\ d. at $10 ; N. Venue, h\ d. at $8. 

Personal expenses : 2 fares from Dawson to Grand Forks, $16. ; board and lodging, 5 d. 

at $8 

Sundry labourers at $4: M. Gosse, 1\ d. ; J. Johnson, 4 d. ; P. McStay, 15 d 



Dominion Creek Wagon Road, Pay-lists, dr., Sept. 16-Oct. 10 ($5,122.75). 



Foreman, H. H. Smith: Sept. 1-16, 16 d. at $9; Sept. 17-Oct. 11, 24 d. at $6 

Chainmen and axemen, 16 in all, II82 d. at $8 

Teamster, James Silver, 9 d. at $8 

Cook, S. M. Carslon, 25^ d. at $5 

58 labourers in all, 733i d. at $4 

Foreman, L. Baudoin, 18 d" at $5 ; W. George, labour, $48.25 

5 labourers in all, 81 d . at $4 .... 

Survey of Dominion Creek wagon road ($286) — 

Assistant, Jack Berford, 7 d. at $10 ; axemen, 7 d. at $8 

Chainman, 5 d. at $8 ; board and lodging, 8 d. at $8 

Forage and keep of horse, 7 d. at $8 



expenses, $5 



at 



Gold Run Road : Survey ($452.00). 

Chainmen : Arthur Bernier, 4$ d. at $10 ; John Faller, 3 d. at $10 ; Samuel Miller, 11 d. 

$10 ; R. Patterson, 5 d. at $10 ; Wm. Walker, 4 d. at $10 

Axeman, N. Uenne, July 27 to Aug. 6, 14£ d. at $8 , . . 

Flanery Stage Co., Dawson : stage fares, $30 ; saddle horse, $15 ; 80 lbs. freight at 20c. . . 

Salaries and Outlay of Officials and Others ($2,108.30). 

Bray, J. U., secretary : Sept., Nov. -Jan., 4 m. at $150 ; sundry outlay, $6 

Minard, D. McK., accountant, Nov. -Jan., 3 m. at $125 ; sundry outlay, $173 70 

Forrest, Alex., White Horse : salary, Aug. 1-24, 24 d. at $2.50 ; Aug. 24-31, 7 d. at $100 a 
month ; freight paid C. P. R., $44.90 ; fare, Vancouver to White Horse, $45 ; sundry, 
810.20 



Stramp, Amos, work on Ridge Road, Aug. 10-20, 8 d. at $8 

Turner, Geo., teamster, Oct. 3-10, 6 d. at $8 

Cook at $4 a day, K. Robidoux, Jan. 1-Feb. 28, 59 d. at $4 

Cooks at $125 a month : J. Johnston, $143.40 ; J. Prineau, $102.55 
Labour, T. Robidoux, Jan. 1-Feb. 28. 59 d. at $3 



Accounts ($30,506.42). 

Alaska Commercial Co., Dawson: Ogil vie flour, 100 lbs., $125; beacon, 500 lbs., $162.50; 
potatoes, 1,055 lbs., $161.70 ; hams, 6, $33.75 ; rice, 200 lbs., $34 ; fresh onions, 2 cases, 
$35 ; maple syrup, 2 cases, $32 ; mixed pickles, 6 kegs, $30 ; butter, 1 case, $36 ; sundry i 
small items, 8367 .25 

Bay City Market, Dawson, beef, 359 lbs. at 35c, 397 at 25c, 245 at 22£c 

Branch & Tarr, Dawson : wagon brake, $65 ; new shoes, 16 at $2 

Canadian Dev. Co., building bridges across Nordenskiold River, as per contract 

Carmondy, D., White Horse, lumber, 1 x 4-in. t. and g., 375 ft. at 8ic: moulding, 1 x 3-in 
32 lin. ft. at 6c " 

Clark, W. K. & Son, Lower Lebarge : fresh fish, 300 lbs. at 10c; meals, 8 at $1 

Cleveland, F. A., Dawson (81,381.45)- 

Team working on Eldorado road, 19| d. at $40 ; less amount paid by W. Thibodeau, $14. 

Freighting, 3,070 lbs. at 7c, 8,081 lbs. at 5c ; less by goods supplied, $77.50..- 

Sundry freight charges, $75 ; 4 meals, $(> ; sundry, $3. 

Coults, Peter, Grand Forks : wood, 46 cords at $25 : feed and care of horses 3 davs. $47 80 : 
sundry, $11.23 

Dominion Steamboat Co,, White Horse, 1 passage, Dawson to White Horse 

Dickinson & Brown, Vancouver : oats, 56 sacks at $30 a ton, $81 ; hay, 68 bales at $11 a «--on 
$56.78; paid wharfage, $3.94 

Doser, J. H., Grand Forks, wood, 2k cords 



Carried forward, 



I cte. 



605 00 

82 :»() 

1,547 60 

170 75 

27 50 

1,680 00 

140 00 

100 00 

2,106 00 

50 00 
119 00 

56 00 
106 50 



293 00 
948 00 
72 00 
127 50 
2,934 00 
138 25 
324 00 

126 00 

104 00 

56 00 



275 00 

116 00 

61 00 


606 00 
548 70 


182 65 
64 00 
48 00 
236 oa 
245 95 
177 00 



1,017 20 

280 02 

97 00 

600 00 

33 80 
38 00 

756 00 

541 45 

84 00 

177 03 
30 00 

141 72 
50 00 



18,320 12 



V-62 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. ^S02 



Yukon District: Trails, Roads and Bridges— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Accounts — Continued. 



Eno. Jacob, Grand Forks, timber, 700 ft '. 

Gesman, F. W., Grand Forks, beef, 184 lbs. at 40c , 

Graf Bruno, Dawsuii, smithwork 

Heney, M. J., Dawson : one team bay horses, with harness, blankets, &c, $600, 1 team, 
$500, 1 horse, $150 ; 1 plow, $50 ; shrub scrapers, 2 at $29 ; tents, 16 x 30, 2 at $25, 12x16, 
1 at $18 ; hay, 1,135 lbs. at lie. ; oats, 1,000 lbs. at lie j 

Hume, D. H., Post No. 6 : 2 men feeding horses, &c,, 13 d. at $5 ; 2 men hunting 2 horses, 2\ 
d. at $5 ; delivering and feeding horses, $90 ; 2 men 3 days rounding 9 horses at $5 ; feed, j 
100 lbs. at 20c. ; hay, 300 lbs. at 20c. ; oats, 200 lbs. at 20c. ; sundry, $2 

Kelly, Douglas & Co., Vancouver : butter, 1,020 lbs. at 30c. ; flour, 50 bags at $5.25 ; maple 
sugar, 1,080 lbs. at 16c. ; sausages, 14 boxes, $112 ; cream, 16 boxes at $6 ; molasses, 9 
boxes at $1 ; tomatoes, 15 boxes, $40.50 ; ham, 840 lbs. at 15c. ; bacon, 475 lbs at 14|c. ; 
pork, 8 brls. at $11 ; sugar, 1,700 lbs. at 6c. ; smoking tobacco, 76 lbs. at 72c. ; corn beef, 
4 cases at $10 ; lard, 390 lbs. at 12c. ; chewing tobacco, 52 lbs. at 68c. ; candles, 200 lbs. 
at 18c. ; coffee, 100 lbs. at 35c. ; small items, $410.55 ;. freight, $633.42 

Key, Pat., culvert timber, 1J cords „ 

Mitchell, S., Grand Forks, 1 cord wood 

Macaulay Bros., Dawson : stabling and feeding 3 horses, 6 d., $90; 1 team, 3 d., $22; 
teaming, $48 ; 1 team horses and driver inspecting roads, 3 d. at $35 ; storage, $325 ; 
potatoes, 2 crates, 300 lbs., $43.50; horse blankets, 2, $15; sundry, $12; less goods in 
storage sold and delivered, $353 ... 

McLennan, McFeely & Co., Vancouver: single cutter shafts with cross bars, 3 prs. at $9 ; 
sundry, $1.80 



Palmer Bios., Dawson ($11,868)— 

Construction of wagon road from Williams Read House to the mouth of Gold Run, Y.T 
in accordance with the report of W. Thibaudeau, Inspeccor 

Board of B. T. Kirkhouse, Sept. 7 to Oct. 16, 39 d. at $2 

Pioneer Livery Feed and Sale Stable, White Horse : scavenger work, Dee.-Feb., 3 m. at $2 
Racine, C, Bennett: building a wagon and sled road from White Horse to Mines, 4 miles, 

$2,850 ; grading hill, $15 ; flooring, 250 ft., $25 

Rouse, J. A., Dawson : hay, 377 lbs. at 20c; oats, 5 sacks at $20 ; flour, 2 sacks at $10.50, 2 

at $10 ; ham, 116| lbs., $51.07 ; potatoes, 135 lbs., $31.05; Jersey cream, 1 case, $18.50 ; 

axes, 4 at $3.75 ; freighting, 1,816 lbs. at 7c. ; sundry, $45 

Royal Mail Service, Can. Dev. Co., White Horse, repairs to road between Laberge and 

Cormack 

Ryan, Michael, Dawson, tents, 16x24, 20 x 30, 2. 

Seious, Halburn, Gagnon, Fisher : cutting wood, 58-i cords at $3.50 ; less by provisions sold 

to them, $57.90 , ,. 

Tylor, Chas., Grand Forks, moving camp 

Vancouver Hardware Co., Vancouver : steel tape, 100 ft., $12 ; sundry hardware, $21.35. . 

Wall, C, Dawson, looking after horse property, 48 d. at 50c 

Watson, M. G., White Horse, smithwork 

Whitney & Pedlar, White Horse : fur robe, $50 ; potatoes, 7,670 lbs., $53.60 ; eggs, 1 case, $15 ; 

lard, 60 lbs., $11.40 ; coffee, 30 lbs., $13.50 ; 1 pr. boots, $12.50 ; sundry items, $86.37 . . 

Wilson, Guy, R.N. R., Dawson, tents, 16x30, 2 at $60... . 

White Pass and Yukon Route, White Horse and Dawson, freight 

Payments under $20 

Advertising : White Horse, Star, $3.50 ; Yukon Sun, $133.15 ; White Horse Tribune, $6. . . . 
Advances unaccounted for Dec. 31, L901 : W. T. Thibaudeau, $181.27; J. C. Tache, $400; 

D. McR. Minard, $1 .30 ; less paid J, U. Bray, $50 



Departmental Expenditure ('$1,026.90). 

Bertrand, S. A. D., on account of travelling expenses (vouchers not received at Audit Office, 
Jan. 1, 1902) 

Government Telegraph Service, telegrams, Nov., 1900 (voucher not received at Audit Office, 
Jan. 1, 1902) 

Vien, Louis, Aylmer, Que., travelling expenses, White Horse to Ottawa 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



Bennett-Dawson Telegraph Line, Capital. 

Balance due H. A. Munn, contractor for transportation of men and general supplies required 
for construction of Bennett-Dawson Telegraph line and improvement of Lewes and Yukon 
R. Navigation, in full and final settlement of all claims for freight and ti-ansportation 
charges 



$ cts. 
18,320 12 



75 00 
73 60 
27 00 



1,642 85 
402 00 



2,720 52 
28 75 
20 00 



307 50 

28 80 



11,790 00 

78 00 

60 00 

2,890 00 



504 14 



1,000 00 
160 00 


146 85 
40 00 
33 35 
24 00 

22 00 


242 36 
120 00 
3,385 65 
162 60 
142 66 



532 5< 



700 00 

216 90 
110 00 



46,007 22 



11,176 85 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 63 



IM»by Post Office, Custom House, &c. 

Eteid, James : erection of public building per contract ($10,490), Oct. 24, 1900 

Young, D. F. : clerk of works, Nov. 2-June 30, 1901, at #3 per day 

Advertising, §182.32 ; King's Printer's account, $37.10 

Total, carried to page V— 2 

Halifax New Public Building. 

Halifax City : water rates, 7 m. to May 1, 1901 

Halifax Post Office and Custom House: Renewals. Ace. 

Anderson, Alex. & Co., repairs to doors and windows, $39.45 ; Black Bros., 1 flag, $12. . . . 

Busch, Henry, report on safety of ceiling in P.O. and superintending removal of plaster 

Cullen, G. M. & Co. : sundry glass and glazing, $38.55 ; cleaning windows, 42 at 25c. each . . . 
Davies, Chas. W.: opening door of vault in collector's office and repairing lock, $35 ; repairs 

to vaults, surveyor's room, $12.75 ; registry of shipping, $12.75; record office, $12.75; 

sundry repairs, $45 .85 

Fraser, W. & Son : hardwood letter boxes, 4 at $2 50 ; sundry, $0.50 

Griffin, John : whitewashing in basement, &c., contract, $25 ; electric supplies, &c, $13.80.. 

Hillis, James & Son : 895 lbs. grate bars at 2.7C. per lb.; work material, $1.78 

Longard Bros.: filling valves in P.O. radiators, agreement, $8.50 ; plumber and helper, 35*69 

d. at $4 ; 1 large leather bucket for elevator, $0.50 ; 5 lbs. pure sheet rubber, $0 ; sundry, 
~ .65 



$34. 



Malcolm & Johnstone : erecting and removing staging, taking down plaster cornices and ceil- 
ings in post office, $71.90; pointing freestone joints of east copings, &c, and repairing 
slate, on roof, $35 .90 

Nickerson Bros.: carpenter work, 20 h. at 30c; lumber, &c, $5.97. - 

Vincent, Jos. T., painting with 2 coats and varnishing P.O. boxes, 32 at $1 .50 

Changing location of lights in P.O., $7.50 ; electric supplies, $6.25 ; repairs, $2 ; sundries, $3.05 

Detailed with ' Dominion Buildings, Maintenance,' (page V — ) 



Total, carried to page V — 2 



Halifax Quarantine Station and Laboratory. 

Foreman, Jeremiah Cleary , 43 d. at $1 . 50 

Carpenter, John Burns, July 2- Aug. 21, 1900, 44 d. at $2 

Carpenters at $1 .35 : Andrew Cleary 43^, S. Dunsworth 44, Win. Iceton 43j 

Machinist, Edw. Wilder, 1 d. at $3 ; blacksmith, Jas. Hutt, 32 d. at $1.50, 12 d. at $1.35. . . 

Cooks : W. F. Murphy, 44 d. at $2 ; Raymond de Young, 44 d. at $1 

Carters, days at $2.50 : Phil. Cleary 18f, Wm. Cleary 18f, Jos. Himelman 29i, John O'Nell 
0, Freeman N angle 18J , 

Pipefitters at $1 .85 : Chas. E. Barns 31^, Frank Kline 28^ Jos. Tufts 27f 

Labourers, days at $1.25: John Blank 19h Walter Byron 42.^, John Edwards 434,, David 
Hartley 39^, Wm. Hartley 31J, Louis Himelman 40^, Wm. Iceton 39£, Aaron Mosher 
38i, Howard Nangle 43^, Wm. Nangle 42£, Wm. Osborne 3, Edward Soward 38f, Jerry 
Soward 38.^, Arthur Wider 4(H, Fred Wells 36i, John de Young 40| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Alex. Byron 12, Freeman Nangle 21^ 

Campbell, D. H.: beef, 450 lbs. at 94c.; extra plate, $8.75 ; bread, 250 loaves at 0c; eggs, 30 
doz. at 10c. ; butter, 69$ lbs. at 2Jc. ; groceries, $24.55 

Cowan, John, travel and outlay, July 1900 

Ellis, J. H., clerk of works : salary, July 1900, $124 ; outlay and board, $38.04 

Robertson, Wm. <fe Son : white lead, 825 lbs. at $7.70 ; hardware, $23.05 



Total, carried to page V — 2 



Kentville Public Building' 



L899-1900 



Culkin, T. P. & Co. ($919.40)— 

Heating apparatus, contract complete June 11, 1901, $875 ; extra work, $25. . 
Pipes and fittings for P. O. building, $18 : repairing furnace, $1.40 

Reid, Jas. : erection of public building, contract complete, $10,872; less paid in 

(page V— 72), $9,640 ; additional weight, stone balls of pedement at door, $15 

Bishop, N. E. : removing safe, railway to new post office, $20 ; old post office to new build- 
ing, $25 * 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : 1 fireproof safe. 

Dodge, T. H. & Co. : furniture, for savings bank office $110, customs rooms $285, post office $ 1 75. 

Dominion Atlantic Ry. Co., freight on safe and bag rack 

Ives, H. R. & Co., 1 No. 10 Buffalo boiler 



$ cts. 

8,090 0<i 
723 00 
219 42 



9,032 42 



33 89 



51 45 
20 00 
49 05 



119 10 

If, 50 
38 8(1 
24 10 



198 42 



107 80 
11 97 
48 00 
19 40 

149 0(1 



853 65 



04 50 
88 00 

177 18 
67 20 

132 00 

229 35 
102 34 



724 07 



110 12 

53 45 

162 04 

87 18 



2,091 18 



Carried forward 



90(» 00 
19 40 

1,247 <"> 

r 

350 mi 
570 00 

28 45 
•_>:;» 54 

3,394 39 



V-64 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VI Ih A. 1902 



Kentville Public Buildings — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 1 style ' C ' bag rack (22 bags) 

Reeves, Geo. C.: one closet, one mantel shelf, &c, $15 ; putting up beams in cellar to support 

safe, $5 

Rhodes, Cuny & Co.: post office fittings contract, $1,990; 2 double doors, special make 

fittings, &c, $52.28 ; 1 door check, $6 

Rubenstein Bros.: P.O. box fronts, 350 at $1.43 ; 4 cases, $3.75 ; freight, $5.35 

Hardware, $13.95 ; repairs, $7.50 ; cartage, $4 ; sundries, $1.85 

Dodge, C. L., clerk of works, 7 m. to Jan. 31, 1901, at $75 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V 2 



Liverpool Public Building. 



Brander, Morris & Co. : oak roll top desk, $22.50; 2 revolving office stools at $5; 12 yds, 
linoleum at $1.10 ; office furniture, $24 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., fittings for post office and custom house, contract 

Snodden, Geo. E.: 21 blinds and fixtures, $22.72 ; office furniture, $8.95. 

Str. Bridgewater, freight, $1.50 ; Town of Liverpool, installing electric lights, $1.34 

Van Halen, Jas.: oak standing desk, $25 ; oak tables, 1 at $16, 1, $17 ; pigeon hole case, $12 
office furniture, $18.90 

Wetmore, N. S. & Sons, rubber matting, 1\ yds. at $1.85 

Wright, H. A. , lumber and sundry labour , 

Dexter, J. H., clerk of works, 3 m. to Aug. 31, 1900, at $75 

Total, carried to page V 2 



Lunenburg Public Building. 

Rudolf & Oxner, interest on unpaid balance of site, Apl. 23, 1896-Dec. 9, 1897, on $350 at 
6 p.c 



North Sydney Public Building — Improvements. 

Connell, James, sundry smithwork 

Shean, N. & Co. ($1,055.50)— 

Plumbing on account of contract 

Taking down boiler and fitting up new one, $32.50 ; section No. 4 boiler $14.50, expan 
sion tank, &c, $8.50 



Total, carried to page V 2 . 



Sydney Public Buildings. 

Andrews, Wm. H. : repairing windows, doors, &c, fixing fence around premises, contract 
McDonald, Coll : alterations and additions in connection with fittings of post office, contract 

$375; removing safe, bookcase, and other fittings, $6; repairing drawer, $1.25 

Wilson, Jno. E., on account of work done 



Total, carried to page V 2. 



Springhill Public Building. 

Reid. James, erection of public building, per contract ($15,275) Oct. 24, 1900 

Card, Charles : boring for the foundation of public building, 174 ft. at 30c,; less allowance on 

one hole, $2.20 

Donkin & McKenzie, professional services, June-Sept 

King's Printer account, $140.75; advertising, $2.47 

Total, carried to page V 2 « 



Charlottetown Dominion Buildings. 

Haszard, Horace : Secretary-Treasurer Queen Square Grounds, cost for keeping in order the 
grounds around building for 1900-1901 



Chatham, N.B. : New Bonded Warehouse. 

Mowatt, Jas. : building examining warehouse per contract $1,275; constructing foundation 
under building per agreement, $200 



$ cts. 

3,394 39 

65 00 

20 00 

2,048 28 

509 60 

27 30 

525 00 

6 30 



6,595 87 



69 70 

1,495 00 

31 67 

2 84 

88 90 

13 88 

5 29 

225 00 


1,932 28 



34 29 



5 00 

1,000 00 

55 50 



1,060 50 



291 50 

382 25 
223 00 



896 75 



,300 00 

50 00 
73 50 

143 22 



7,566 72 



375 00 



1,475 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 65 



JVIoiM-ton l»ubli<- Building : Renewals, Repairs, A:e. 

Govang, Amos. S. : material and work for repairs, &c, contract complete, $1,705 ; putting in 
drain pipe, &c. , $7.50 

Crandall, B. 1'. : painting letter boxes, G at $1.25 . 

Kin near, N. 8. & Son : sundry work in custom house closets 

M( Sweeney, Peter, Co. : 1 flag, $16.50; expressage, 50c 

Ritchie, T. B. : glass and glazing, &c., in repairs 

Howe, CO. : roofing as per contract, $75; painting, contract $15; plumbing, $3.30; on 
account of work done, $90. 

Total, carried to page V— 2 

St. Jolin Post Office : To re-cover roof with copper. 

Keenan & Ratchford : copper roof, cornice, &c, as per contract , 

King's Printer's account, $1.20; advertising, $28.05 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

St. .1 oli ii Dominion Buildings : Improvements, Repairs, etc. 

Custom House ($4,348.85). 

Adams, A. W., repairing flags, $11.79 ; Allan, C. B., repairing roofs, &c, 31J d. at $3, mate- 
rial. $18.50 

Allan, \V H. , hand-rail for stairway 

Campbell, P. & Co.: 1 square top grate, $12 ; sundry fittings, $4.35 

Craigie, G. R., painting and varnishing 4 rooms and partition, contract 

Doody, Jas. H.: furnishing and fitting up gas and electric fittings, contract, $2,499; sundry 
plumbing repairs, $4.30 

Dunlop, Samuel : making lift bolt and securing in n. wing ceiling and removing safe to upper 
story, contract, $40 ; shifting safe, $4 

Feltham, Mrs. Eliza, charwoman, 32| d. at $1 

Fitzgerald, Rich'd, washing windows, 8 at $1, 183 at 60c, 147 at 50c, 73 at 40c. 

Flood, C. & Sons, sundry decorations 

Haley Bros.: shelving contract, $56; 4 pigeonholes in vault of collector's office, $20 ; 1 
pigeon-hole case, $10 ; mantel border, $3 , , I 

Hunter, James, sundry electric supplies 

Kennedy & Lambert, painting and graining : main corridor north wing, &c, contract 

Langan, C. F., services of self and 3 assistants at fireworks celebration 

Leah, J. W., painting iron work, &c 

Long, John N. & Son : plastering and brick work as per contract 

Manchester, Robertson and Allison, 11^ doz. flags 

Morrison, N., decorating, 4 d. with assistants. 

Myles, Andrew : building porch and repairs, per contract 

MacAuley Bros. & Co.: red, white and blue cambric &c, for decorations 

McAvity, T. & Sons, 6 chandeliers, $45.60 ; 1 door check and spring, $7.50 ; sundry hardware, 
$49.04 

Nixon, Geo., 8 opaque shades 

Pullen, James H.: work varnishing hardwood, &c, in collector's room, contract, $100 ; paint- 
ing, &c, in engineer's room, contract, $30; waxing and filling 2 floors, $13; putting up 
border around 2 ceilings, $10 ; 1 pane plate glass, 47 x 59, $18.50 ; 3 panes, $14.40 ; sun- 
dries, $19.40 

Roden, Benj., carpenter, repairs fitting up rooms, contract, $97; putting in glass partition, 
door, &c, contract, $17.48 ; sundry repairs, $5.50 

St. John Railway Co.: electric current supplied for 1 night celebration, Nov. 2, 1900, 100 
lamps, $50 ; sundries, $2.52 

Water-bury, D. H., supervisor, decorating buildings, 28 h. at 25c 

Snow' shovelling, $8.07: elec supplies', $4.40; 1 doz. hand lamps, $5.70 ; scrubbing and 
cleaning, $8 



$ cts. 



1.772 50 

7 50 

22 97 

17 00 

14 82 

183 30 


2,018 09 


1,984 00 
29 25 


2,013 25 



Post Office ($1,318.30) 



$7.75, 1-4 



yd. blue, $5.50, 2-3£ yd. 
$20" 



gas 



Adams, A. W.: 1-5 yd. Canadian ensign, $11, 2-4 yd. 

St. George at $5 ; repairing flags, $3.75 

Allan, C. B. : fitting in 3 new ventilators, repairing old ones, <fcc 

fittings, $13.50 ; plumbing, $7.07 

Bonnell, R. S., services of self and assistants managing fireworks 

Fit/.gerald, Rich'd, washing windows, 73 at 40c each 

Flood, John : supplies for decorations, S^r> ; mason work, $5 

Flynn, Win., placing partitions, floor, stairs, &c, contract 

Freeze Bros.: putting in copper gutter, apron and conductor as per contract, $320 

gutters, &c, $10 



radiator and 



repainngi 



125 09 


30 00 


16 35 


128 00 


,503 30 


44 00 


32 75 


220 50 


80 86 


89 00 


13 75 


170 50 


15 00 


25 00 


225 00 


31 77 


14 00 


25 00 


33 04 


102 14 


12 23 


205 30 


119 98 


52 52 


7 00 



26 



45 75 

40 57 
15 00 
29 20 
60 00 
25 00 

330 00 



Carried forward. 



1— 5v 



V-66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. John Dominion Building : Improvements, Repairs, Ac. 

Brought forward 

Post Office — Continued. 



-Continued. 



Jenkins, Thos., services attending decorations 4 days with assistants 

Johnston, John, whitening, painting inside of building as per contract 

Lang, Alex.: painting flag pole and bell tower, $8.25 ; steel wire rope, &c, $11.20 

Leah, John H.: painting iron cresting around roof, &c, contract, $28; making 6 segment 
top frames covered with wire, fitted, &c, $9 

Manchester, Robertson & Alliston : 5 doz. flags at 70c. per doz.; bunting, 47| yds. at 8c, 36 at 
7c, 40 at 5c, 64 at 4c, 150 at 3^ 

Myles, Andrew, carpenter, repairs, $16.35 ; Macaulay Bros., bunting, $30 

McAvity, T. & Sons : door checks and springs combined, 2 at $7.50 ; drawer locks, 23 at 65c; 
sundry hardware, $27 .67 , , 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 1 special bag rack 

Pullen, Jas. H.: painting contract, $98 ; sundry glass and glazing, $67 .86 

St. John Ry. Co. : electric current supplied for celebration Nov. 2, 1900, $15 ; electric supplies, 
$4.91. 

Water bury, S. H., supervision, outlay and travel 

Plumbing repairs, $17.79 ; scrubbing and cleaning, $10 ; foundry work, $13; 1 sign for decora- 
tion, $8.50 : repairing clock, $3 ; oak mantel and fittings, &c, $9.25 ; sundries, $4.99. . . 

Savings Bank (&645M). 

Flood Bros., pointing building, building coal vaults, &c, contract $355 ; bunting, $5 

Freeze Bros. : repairing gutters, &c, 2 d. at $4 ; sundry, $7 .... 

Johnston, John : whitening, painting and varnishing inside of building, contract $240 ; painting 

outside of window sashes and frames, bronzing, $20 

Repairing windows, $6 ; sundries, $4 . 24 



St. John Dominion Buildings — Generally ($50). 



Exhibition Association of the City of St. John, 200 lamps at 12^c 

Waterbury, D. H., additional salary, 3 m. to Jan. 31 at $100 per annum 

Total carried to page V— 2 



St. John Immigrant Building. 

Pay-list, boring foundation for building, Oct. 22-Nov. 24, 1900 ($275 60)— 

Foreman, B. B. Thompson, 29 d. at $3.50 

Labourers, 99^ d. at $1 .75 , 

Mc Alpine, E. H., barrister : prof, services locating premises for building, $8 ; preparing deed, 
$8 ; search at registry office, 1§ d., $40 ; sundry, $1 . 41 

Thompson, B, B. , travel and outlay 

Smith work, $10.26 ; lumber, $6.04 ; rates of wages collected, $7.50 

Advertising • 

Total, carried to page V — 2 

St. John Quarantine Station : Improvements. 

Duffy, John ($6,700.21)— 

Contract complete to erect 3 quarantine buildings, $18,500 ; extra work, building stone 
wall and piers and chimney foundations, 121 '628 yds. at $5 ; excavating rock and 
earth, 60 yds. at $2.25, 203 yds. at 75c; additional outside steps, carpenter work, &c, 
$505.75 ; less paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 74), $16,000, and 191 yds. metal lathing at 23c 

Excavating and fitting drains for buildings, contract 

Kent, David P. ($5,035)— 

Estimate No. 6 to May 21, 1901, on $6,275 contract to bore artesian well at Partridge 

Island 

Draining and ditching, $15 ; blasting and grading $40 ; excavatingand removing earth and 

gravel, $35 ; removing refuse and cleaning, $5 

Amland Bros., furniture delivered at quarantine station : mirrors, 6 at $8.50; 1 sideboard, 

$22.50 ; 1 couch, $20 ; office chairs, 4 at $2.50, 8 at $1.75 ; sundry chairs, $47.25 

Campbell, P. & Co.: fitting up 3 steel ranges with water heaters, &c, contract $793.50 ; fitting 
eaves, gutter and conductor on Dr. March's residence, contract $28.52, on quarantine 

station $129.70 , 

Lordly, Sterling B.: beds with slat springs, 588 at $3.90 ; tables, 7 at $5.50, 5 at $5 ; running 
ft. birch settees, length — 6, 8 and 9 ft., 536 ft. at 50c ; 1 oak rail and gate 10 ft. long at 

$1 . 50 per ft. ; medicine wagon with rubber castors, $16 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison: furniture delivered at quarantine station as per contract 

Carried forward 



$ cts 


,894 37 


15 00 

245 00 

19 45 


37 00 


19 65 
46 35 


57 62 

70 00 

165 86 


19 91 
10 41 



66 53 



360 00 
15 00 

260 00 
10 24 



25 00 
25 00 



6,362 39 



101 50 
174 10 

57 40 

57 41 

23 80 

184 04 


598 25 



3,857 21 
2,843 00 



4,940 00 

95 00 

164 75 

951 72 



2,655 70 
162 40 



15,669 78 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-67 



St. John Quarantine Station : Improvements — Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Macaulay Bros. & Co., sundry furnishings, contract 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 1 S.O.D. brass artesian well cylinder, $37.50 ; sundry pipes, &c, .$44.73 

Nixon, Geo., 70 window shades, contract 

Price & Shaw, 1 combined wheel sling and band ambulance, contract 

Pullen, Jas. H.: painting disinfectant building, contract, $72.44; painting at Dr. March's 

house, contract, $175 

St. John Iron Works, caulking leaks in boiler of disinfecting apparatus, sundry repairs, &c, 

contract 

Str. Neptune : conveying pipes and fittings to the island, $10 ; trip for Mr. Waterbury, $5. . . 

Waterbury, D. H., sundry outlay and travel 

Beatteay, Geo. V., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30, $3.50 per day 

Electric supplies, $3 . 25 ; ferriage and cartage, $4 

Total, carried to page V — 2 , 



Tracadie Lazaretto : Outbuildings. 

Caraquet Railway, freight, $13.32 ; Hay ward, S. & Co., paint, 20 galls, at $1 . 10 

Doucet, Sister ($511.20)— 

Lazaretto, barn and sheds : carpenters, 169 d. at $1.60, 15 d. at $1.40 ; labourers, 61. d at 
$1.40, 4 d. at $1 ; masons, 20 d. at $2 ; stone, 10 cords at $5 ; linseed oil, 10 galls 

at 70c 

Building well, drilling 40 ft. at 60c; 2 pumps at $3 ; sundry, $3.40 

McAveity, T. & Son, sundry hardware 

Total, carried to page V — 2 . . 



$ cts . 

15,669 78 

281 20 

82 23 

114 00 

154 00 

247 44 

70 00 

15 00 

5 73 

1,277 50 

7 25 



17,924 13 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings, maritime Provinces Generally 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings Maintenance (Page V — 135) 

Buckingham Public Building. 

Fauteaux, L. Y., estimate No. 4 to Feb. 27, 1901 

Labelle, Alphonse, clerk of works, Sept. 1-May 31, 1901, 261 d. at $3. 

King's Printer account, $56.95 ; advertising, $164.41 

Legal services, J. B. A. Beaudin 

Travel of Ottawa officials : I. Cote, $5.10 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $4.10 



Total, carried to Page V — 2. 



Drummondville Public Building. 



Paquet & Godbout, estimatb No. 1 to June 30, 1901 

Lemaire, F. X., clerk of works, 39 d. to June 30, 1901, at $3 

Quinn, M. l'Abbe Thomas, for purchase price of site 

King's Printer's account, $2.84 ; advertising, $183.22 

Legal services, E. E. Belanger .... 

Total, carried to page V— 2 



Granby Public Building. 



Payne, Geo. F., purchase price of site, cor. of Main and Corvie sts., 50 x 110 ft. 

Mitchell, A. W., survey and plan of site 

Legal services, C. A. Nutting 

Travel of Ottawa officials, J. S. J. Routhier 



Total, carried to page V — 2. 



35 32 



477 80 
33 40 
51 08 



597 60 



11,168 81 


6,880 00 

783 00 

221 36 

18 00 

9 20 

7,911 56 


2,190 00 

117 00 

700 00 

186 06 

25 00 



3,218 06 



2,500 00 
15 00 
46 10 
20 30 

2,581 40 



Grosse Isle Quarantine Station. 

1901— 



Pay-lists, Aug. 1-Nov. 30, 1900, Apl. 15-May 31, 

Repairs to building and new aqueduct 

Foremen, hours at 25c. : Alfred Bernier, 120 ; Alfred Lamonde, 215 
Carpenters, masons, labourers, &c ... 



1— 5iv 



Carried forward. 



83 75 
2,242 67 



2,326 42 



V-68 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Grosse Isle Quarantine Station — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Beaudoin, A. : 711 ft. 1-in. pine at 4^c ; sundry lumber, $5. , 

Beland, T. & Cie.: linoleum, 32 yds.^at $1.50 ; rugs, 2 Brussels at $27, 2 Axminster at $38 ; 

6 rugs. $25.56; 50 yds. felt, $1.50 

Boulanger, E., cedar: 500 lin. ft. at 17c, 789 at 25c; 129 M. cedar shingles at $2.40; 650 

fence laths at 20c ; 308 pickets at 30c ; sundry lumber, $28.26 

Brouard, T. & D. : 77 joists, 3,898 ft. at $22 ; 50 scantlings, 600 ft. at $20 

Cowan, J., travel and outlay, $105.38 ; Jincherea'j, J. B., lime, 14 brls. at $1.25 

Cullen, T., ladders, 172^ ft. at 45c, placing same on roof at 5c 

Degagne, M., board for 45 d. at 40c; Dorval, F., cartage, $12 

Drolet, F. X.: anchoring chain with 2 shackles, $137 ; repairs to feed pipe and changes, $39; 

new iron floor in engine-room, $45; 494 lbs. copper roofing at 40c; suudry hardware, 

$196.57 

Dugal, A., labour and material for repairing steamer Challenger 

Gagnon, T. : 1 chamber set, $55 ; 1 mattress, $18; 6 arm-chairs, $22 ; 9 chairs, $16 ; 13 yds. 

brocatelle covering at $1.75 ; sundry furniture, $24 

Gamache, A., for boarding labourers working on public buildings, Sept. 1-Dec 31, 1900 

Gaudrv, L. H. ($10,105.78)— 

Galv. iron pipe, 4,291 ft. l-in.-9-in., $5,235.74 ; c i. soil pipe, 830 ft. 3-in.— 7-in., $391. . 

Galv. iron fittings : 30 flanged unions, $166.24; 3 Y's, $37.80; 76 tee's, $120; 11 bends. 
$67.86 ; 131 elbows, $79.19. ... ' 

Galv. iron nipples, 173 of J>-in. — 7-in 

L iron, H-in. x 1^-in. x f&-m., 1,000 ft. at 12c; galv. corr. iron. No. 208, 325 sq. ft. at 15c; 
exp. metal lath, 720 sq. ft. at 10c 

Tinned copper, 440 sq. ft. at 31c 

Sheet lead, 604 lbs. at 8c ; lead pipe, 544 lbs. at 8c 

Brass B. M. ventilators, 20 spun at $3.75 

Sinks with fittings, complete, 7 at $23 

5 gate valves, flanged, $88.90 ; 2 railroad tanks, complete, at $650 ; 1 Doric H. W. boiler, 
complete, No. 1, $72 

Bath tubs, 6 ft., complete, 4 at $45 ; needle and shower baths, complete, 2 at $145 

Flusher closets, 2 at $32 ; 7 lavatory basins, complete, $168, 1 galv. iron boiler, 120 galls., 

$84 ; sundry hardware, $977.61 

Gauthier, Y. & Frere, painting public buddings : 3 coats, 1,421 yds. at 20c; 2 coats, 1,987 

yds. at 15c ; sundry painting, $33.32 

Guay, A., painting steamer Challenger- : 2 coats, 511 yds. at 20c; 2 coats, 301 yds. at 15c; 

sundry work and material for painting, $68,80 

Laberge, A., sundry hardware, $136.72 ; Nadeau, F., lumber, $13 . 

Langlois, Capt. C. , for board, 80 d. at $1 

Lemieux, N. : cement, 58 brls. at $2.50 ; lime, 45 brls. at 95c; hair, $1.80 

Picard, J. B., lumber, 720 ft. at $16, 7,993 at $15, 6,000 at $10, 3,000 at $12 ; sundry, $25.76. 

Picard, C. & Son, paid on contract for new aqueduct. 

Laurent, A., C. C. paint, 50 galls, at $1 ; Vezina, E., stone, 4^ toise at $15 

Turcotte, X., board of painters, plumbers, &c, Aug. 6-Nov. 24 

Vezina, Chs.: telettermometres, 3 at $40 ; installing same, &c, electricians, 21J d. at $2.75, 

3 at $2 ; sundries, $29.13. , '. . . 

Lumber, $7.10 ; laying shingles, $3 ; hardware, $3 ; telegrams, $5.07 

Travel of Ottawa officials, N. M. Mathe 

Advance to be accounted for : Jos. Johnston 



Total, carried to page V — 2 . 



Hoclielaga Post Office. 



Roy, Dr. G. E., site of post office, 82 ft. 9 in. x 118 ft. 9 in. on St. Catherine St. at 75c per ft. 

Perrault & Lesage, architects, professional services and disbursements 

Martineau, O. & Son, building post office, estimate No. 1, April 27, 1901 

Advertising, $226 . 88 ; King's Printer's account, $37 .65 

Travel of Ottawa officials, J, S. J. Routhier . . . 

Leclerc, C. £., notary, legal services in connection with deed of site 

Total, carried to page V 2 

Hull Public Buildings. 

Bourque & Lemoine, reconstructing post office, estimate No. 10, to Mar. 31, 1901, on $18,500 
contract 

Gratton, A., iron bars for windows, 36 at 27fc; grate bars, 10 x 5, 2 at $12.50 ; iron frames 
with screens, 2 at $7.50 ; boiler plate on door, $7.50 ; Y. locks, 4 at $1.25 

Hull Coal Co., stove coal, 8 75 tons at $7 ; St. Armaud, C., cartage, $2 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Buffalo boilers, 2 at $131.60; twin connections, $50; spec, headers, $20; 
freight, $14.05 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

2,326 42 

37 00 

205 06 

842 51 
97 75 

122 88 
86 24 
30 00 



615 17 

135 45 

157 75 
764 00 

5,626 74 

471 09 
78 45 

240 75 

136 40 

91 84 

75 00 

161 00 

1,460 90 
470 00 

1,293 61 

615 57 



216 15 


149 72 


80 00 


189 55 


253 18 


2,500 00 


117 50 


52 50 


214 26 


18 17 


53 45 


35 00 


20,021 06 


7,369 50 


639 05 


1,680 00 


264 53 


13 05 


28 60 


9,994 73 



17,260 50 

62 50 

63 25 

347 25 

17,733 50 



PUBLIO WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 

Hull Public Building*— Concluded, 

Brought forward 



V-69 



Laflamme, V., services as clerk of works, 10 m. to April 30 at $8 per d., $831 ; car fare, $9.50. 
Roy, A., putting up electric fixture. $190; 65 outlets for light, $130; 18 switches, $36; 1 

light, $5 

Rubenstein Bros., 320 box fronts, $457.60 ; 3 cases, $3 ; freight, $1 .42 

King's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



Levis Animal Quarantine Station. 

Fore-carpenters, days at $2.50 : Damase Carrier 63, Adelard Begin 14 

Carpenters, days at $1.75: Albert Baron 44 '9, John Barras 25 1, Albert Beaubien 33 7, 

Eugene Beauchemin 5, Damase Blais 56 1, Nazaire Bouchard 45, Hubert Carrier 60, F. 

X. Couture 36 5, J. B. Couture 97, Adelard Gagne 50, Fhilippe Giguere 52 1, Jos. 

Labrie 36 7, Benj. Lafrance 12, Pierre Laliberte 5 1 5, Benj. Poirier 36, Magloire Sampson 

26 " 6 ; fractions of cents. 12c 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : G. Bouchard 43, Pierre Boyer 40 5, Adelard Couture 42 6, Alcide 

Demers 59 '3, Alf. Fournier 44 1, Jos. Halle 5 '2, Wilfrid Joncas 43 '6, Benj. Lafrance 

27 '2, VVm. Lavoie63'5, Ulric Legare 48 '9, Alfred Lemieux 43 '4, Chas. Levesque 58 1, 

Jos. Masse 36 ' 3 ; fractions of cents, 9c . . , 

Carter, Jos. Drapeau, 496 d. at $2.50 

Blouin, J. A. ($3,047.36)— 

Spruce : 1 x 3 in. x 12 ft., 5,940 ft. at $18 ; 3 x 4^ in. x 12 ft., 5,660 ft. at $18 ; 1 x 6 in. x 
12 ft., 5,562 ft. at $18 ; 4,971 ft. at $20 ; 1-2x6 in. x 12 ft., 29,567 ft. at $15 ; 3 x 9 in. 
x 12 ft., 26,652 ft. at $12 ; figured, 1 x 6 in. x 12 ft., 1,344 ft. at $23 

Cedar : 2,997 ft. at 14c, 428 pieces at 45c. ; pickets, 714 at 10c 

Pine : 319 ft. at $40 ; moulding, 309 ft. at 2c 

Shingling and shingles, 228 ' 61 M. at $4 

Sawdust, 591 bags at 8c. ; 2 kettles at 30c , 

Carrier, Robt.: nails, 6 kegs at $3.50, 14 kegs at $3.60, 3 kegs at $3.90, 1 keg at $3.55, 42 lbs. 

at 5c; 8 qts. coal tar at $4 ; sundry paints, $27.35 ; sundry hardware, $33.88 

Guay, Amable, painting and glazing, $72 ; Lefleur, J. T., galvanized iron, $8.15 

Lapointe & Lapointe, 6 jack-screws at $5 ; Lemieux, F. X., sundry hardware, $25.34 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



Montreal Post Office : New Furnaces. 

Lamarche. Jos. ($1,019.17)— 

On account of contract , 

Taking down brick wall, &c, and making cement flooring in basement 

Special headers, 2 at $40 ; gate valves, 2 at $13 ; runniug waste pipe in furnace, $26.29. 

Total, carried to page V — 2 



Montreal Public Buildings : Improvements, dec 

Custom House ($.2,705.65). 



Washing and putting up double windows, labourers, 8 d. at $1.50, 84 at $1.25, 18 at $1 

Boivin, Wilson & Co., panes of glass, putty, &c . 

Brunet, Frs. : supplying and installing 5 Ransom paper carriers at $50 ; steam radiators, 125 
ft. at $35 ; J. globe valves, 8 at $3.50 ; marble basin back and cleaning slab, $10.50 ; gas 
brackets, 2 at $4, 4 at $3.50 ; sundries, $242.25 ; labour, man and helper, 32 "9 d. at $ 1. 2 
men, l£ d. at $6 

Daudelin, C., cleaning sidewalks and roof, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1901 

Fafard, E., kalsomining, papering and painting residence of caretaker 

La Cie d'Auvents des Marchands, decorating C. H. on the return of volunteers from S 
Africa 

Lambert & Son, balance of contract, $1,960, page V— 77 

Marchand, J. T., & Co., lumber, $6.17 ; Miller Bros. & Toms, repairs to hoist, &c, $3.90. , 

Robillard & Co. : inlaid linoleum, 186^ yds. at $1.50, 94§at$1.35 ; felt paper, 310 yds. at 5c ; 
laying. 381 yds. at 5c 



Examining Warehouse ($516.24)> 



Boivin. Wilson & Co., panes of glass, putty, <fcc 

Brunei, Frs., br. gas portable light, argand burner, $10.50 ; sundries. $5.47 

Carried forward ... 



$ cts. 
17,733 50 
MO W 

361 oo 

462 02 
28 00 



19,425 02 



192 50 



1,016 69 



694 71 

124 00 


1,382 52 
683 58 

18 94 
914 44 

47 88 


181 98 
80 15 
55 34 


5,392 73 



650 00 
236 88 
132 29 



1,019 i; 



135 00 
24 86 



735 60 

75 00 
31 61 

50 00 

1,201 00 

10 07 

442 48 



10 62 

15 07 



2,732 24 



V-70 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. "902 



Montreal Public Buildings : Improvements, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward ... 

Examining Warehouse — Concluded. 

Brush, Geo., drilling and riveting pins, &c, 14 h. at 40c, 6 trolley wheels at $1 ; 2 t. w. 

brackets at $3.50 ; sundries, $7.44 < 

Miller Bros. & Toms : repairs on engine crosshead brasses, new keys, &c, $61.75 ; repairs on 

hoist, $7.35 ; sundry repairs, &c, $16.75 

Pauze, J. B., & Co. : panes of glass, 27 at 45c, 7 at 85c, 2 at $2.15, 2 at $2.25 ; sundries, 

$5.85 ; painting roof, contract, $298.50 , 

Robillard & Co. : velvet, 28£ yds. at $1.40 ; lining paper, $2, making, $2 .83 

Waters' Governor Co. : part for machinery, $1.25 ; freight, duty, &c, 88c 



Inland Revenue ($%70.13). 

Washing and putting up double windows, labourers, 6 d. at $1.50, 8 at $1.25 

Brunet, Frs. : plumbing repairs, labour, man and helper, 4^ d. at $4 ; materials, $12.71 

Chapleau, G. : safe with comb, lock, 29 x 18 x 18, $60 ; comb, lock on vault, $20 

Lambert & Son ; 3 wicket doors, &c, $70 ; 20-6 ft. cast iron railings, $35 

Marchand, J. T., & Co., \\ x 11 pine, 610 ft. at $30 

Sauvageau, M. M., & Picotte : repairs, mason, 20 h. at 30c ; labourer, 15 h. at 15c ; plumber. 
5 at 30c ; materials, $7 . 37 



Post Offices ($7,644-99). 

Washing and cleaning, 9 m. to April 30, 1901 ($2,470)— 

Labourers, days at $1.50: L. Aube 293, A. Bourassa 304, L. Brault 304, D. Dutrisacl24, 
X. Lefebre 14, W. Page 276, N. St. Marie 295 .... 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : A. Dansereau 8, D. Dutrisac 19, F. X. Lefebre 17. . . - . . 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 75 : A. Chevrier 144, J. Favreau 120 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service to July 1, 1901 : post office, 9-^ m. at $75, second set, 

5& m. at $25 ; 127 St. James st., 12 m., $50; St. Elizabeth st., 8 m. at $30 ; messages, 



.05. 



Beullac, M., decorating front of P.O., on volunteers' return from S. Africa 

Boivin, Wilson & Co. , panes of glass, putty, &c 

Brunet, Frs. : fitting and connecting basins in G. Gingras' office, $62.40, dead letter office, 

$54.70; clock plate, $30; elec fan motors, 2 at $20; gas log, br. dogs, fender, &c, $69 : 

fitting iron bags, divisions and hooks in racks, $50 . 75 ; filter and cooler, $8; sundries 

$49.30 ; labour, man and helper, 11 "75 d. at $4 

Canadian Aluminum Works, reflectors, 6 double at $2.50, 1 single, $1 .25 

Canadian General Electric Co. , electric fittings 

Cauchon, O., painting, cleaning, &c, contract: ground floor, $1,355; 2 stairways, $192 

Crowe, John, & Sons: mounting platform trucks, $15; window grating, $13.50; sundry 

repairs and hardware, $34 . 80 . 

Craig, Alex., painting, lettering and hanging double signboard 

Desjardins, C., sundry disbursements. 

Fyfe, Jas., 1-4 ton scale, spec, design, $105 ; building foundation, woodwork, &c, $81.10. 

Grothe, T. A., & Son, repairs and renewals to clocks . . 

Hall, Win. M., & Co. : 1 typewriter chair, $9 ; rent and repairs of typewriters, $6.25 

Ives, H. R., & Co. : Buffalo heaters, 3 at $259 ; gate valves, 6 at $10.50 ; twin elbows, 3 at 

$9.50 ; 11-in. flanges, 6 at $2.50 ; sundries, $4.67 

Lambert & Son : glass partition, contract. $360.40 ; tables, 10 at $15 

Marchand, J. T., & Co. : cotton wood, 549 ft. at 6c, 410 at 6ic ; whitewood, 392 ft. at 5c, 

154 at 4c ; pine, 355 ft. at 4c, 300 at 3c. ; sundries, $29.30 

Pauze, J. B., & Co. : making openings for clock, contract, $160; panes of glass, 4 at $6.12, 

1, $6.25, 1, $5.25 ; sundry, $8.90 

Pdirier, L. E., 5 japan tins for signs 

Royal Electric Co. : repairs to stamping machines, $23.12; repairs to elevator, $61.57; 

sundries, $11.26 

Safety Portable and Adjustable Balcony Co. : 1-3 ft. balcony, $25 ; 73 windows at 50c ... 

Spackman & Co. : rent of typewriter and tabulator, 3 m. to Feb. 18, 1901, $18 ; repairing 

typewriter, $10 

Weaver, Geo. ti., elevator rope, f-in., 645 ft. at $11 

Ice, $4.50 ; laundry, $2.05 ; window shade, $3.65 ; repairs to gas pipe, $2 ; repairs to safe, $8 ; 

machine work, &c, $9.10 

Total, carried to page V— 2 



Peribonka Immigrant Buildings. 

Godbout, A., estimate No. 1 to July 1, 1901, on $2,069 contract. . . 



$ cts. 
2,732 24 

26 04 

85 85 

331 25 

44 38 

2 13 



19 00 
30 71 
80 00 
105 00 
18 30 

17 12 



2,415 00 

55 00 

462 00 



228 95 
50 00 
16 26 



411 15 

16-25 

15 28 

1,547 00 

63 30 
29 00 

11 75 
186 10 

83 70 
15 25 

888 17 
510 40 

137 85 

204 88 

12 00 

95 95 
61 50 

28 00 
70 95 

29 30 



11,137 01 



1,210 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-71 



Quebec Cartridge Factory. 

Pay-list, Sept. 15-Mar. 6, 1901 : foreman, Laurent Moison, 1,480 h. at 35c. ; carpenter, masons, 
labourers, &c, $4,687.87 

Belanger, J. A. : stone, 1,304*6 c.f. at 65c; stone cutter, 8,605 '5 h. at 30c; cartage, $1 

Brouard, T. & D., lumber, $12.08 ; Nadeau, F., lumber, .$99.23 

Parent, J. B., cement, red, 37 brls. at $2.50 ; Pascal, A., lime, 168 b. at 20c 

Pelletier, J. B., smithwork, $350 91 ; Samson & Filion, hardware, $4 

Robitaille & Picher : S-in. cast steel, 486 lbs. at 13c ; steel shovels, 2£ d. at $12, 4 at $1 ; picks, 
1 d., $12 ; cotton hose, 50 ft. at 15c ; pipe, soil, 30 ft at 20c, dr. 12 1. at 60c ; lanterns, 8 
at 90c ; sundries, $64 .57 

Laurent, A., cement, 100 brls. at $2.50 ; Terreau & Racine, iron plates, 7,469 lbs. at 3c 

Vezina, L., stone, 16A toise at $15 ; Voyer, J., stone, 1,887 '6 c. f. at 60c 

Travel of Ottawa officials, L. F. Taylor 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Quebec Citadel, Governor General's Quarters: Repairs, Furniture, &c. 

Barbeau, E., repairing halyards, $8 ; Beland, F., & Co., flannellette, &c, $14.05 

Bazin, F.: repairing windows, &c, 3514 h. at 20c, 170 at 15c; sundries, $14.52 

Bennett & Wright Co., advance on account of contract for heating apparatus 

Cdte, C, & Co., plastering, 45 y. at 80c; Cowan, J., travel and outlay, $25.25 

Cote, P. J.: rugs, 3 at $1.75, 12 at $1 ; drapes, 6 at $1, 12 at 75c 

i)e Varennes, F.: repairs, carpenters, 74|£ d. at $2 ; labourers, 39£ d. at $1.50, 7 h. at 17c; 

sundries, $16.91 

Gagnon. Thos.: felt, 43 y. at $1.55 ; upholsterer, 7 d. at $2.50 ; cabinetmaker, 21$ d at $2 ; 

sundries, $35.06 

Gauthier, J., & Bros., glass, $1 ; Rochon, Geo., freight on furnace, $14.70 

Haynes, W. H.; chenille, 7 vds. at $3 283, 30 at $1.46, 18, $26.29; tabourette, 30 yds. at 

93'3c; paper, 30 pes. at 97 3c, 6 at 85c; cretonne, 36 yds., $12.77 ; sundries, $16.65 .... 

Holland, G. A., & Son Co., wall paper, 48 pes. at 40c, 30 at 30c, 67 at 15c 

Ives, H. R., & Co.: Buffalo boilers, 2 at $221.20 ; twin connections, $90 ; freight, $19.51. . . 
Johnson, Jas., foreman electrician, 2 m., Mar. & May, at $70 ; travel, $24.75; unaccounted 

for, $45.25 



Lacasse, P. C, elec repairs, $6.80 ; Parent, P., plumbing re' airs, $34.68 

Morgan, Henry, & Co.: tapestry, 48f y. at 95c; felt, 83 y. at $1.50 ; making, 131| y. at 6c; 

dyeing carpet, 64 y. at 25c ; sewing carpet, $1.68. ... 

Norris, Thos.: breakfast set, $23.50 ; w. & g. plates 2 d. at $2.75, 2 at $2.50 ; tumblers, 4 d. 

at $1.60 ; glass jugs, 1 d., $8.40 ; stone filter, $5 50 ; chamber sets, 4 at $2.50, 1 $4.50 ; 

candlesticks, 46, $20.65 ; lamps, 1, $5.65 ; brkts., 4 at 1.25; flowerpots, 1 d., $13.90; 

hire of goods, $33.16 ; sundries, $48.22 

Reid, Geo.: board, June 27- July 19, 23 d. at $1.50; travel and outlay, $17 ; advance un- 
accounted for, $50 

Turner, W., Lord & Co.: cretonne, 114J yds. at 96c; turkey red, 41 yds. at 50c; carriage and 

packing, $6.93 .' 

Valliere, P.: tables, 9, $54.50; mirrors, 6 at $1.75, 1, $4, 2 at $12 ; cretonne, 7 y. at 60c ; 

covering sofa, $10 ; covering 10 easy chairs, $32.50 ; rent and cartage on furniture, $25.25 

Advertising 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. Gobeil 



Total carried to page V — 3 . 



Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse. 

Custom House ($1,942.65). 

Bazin, F. : cedar joists, 34 at 40c; floor joists, 80 at 20c; carpenters, 17 d. at $1.75; sundries, 
$19.19 ' 

Bedard, T., painting, $8.63 ; Drolet, L., repairs, &c, $7.10 

Dumas, Chas., pruning trees, &c, 162 h. at 12r,c; Lacasse, P. C, 2 elec. batteries, $2.75. . . . 

Gauthier, J., & Bro.: painting, 3 coats, 149 y. at 20c, 2 coats, 574 y. at 18c, 3,676 y. at 15c; 
cleaning and oiling staircase, 98 y. at 15c; cleaning and varnishing banisters, 109 y. at 
15c; graining doors, 138 y. at 50c; hanging paper, 2,346 y. at 15c; cleaning and varnish- 
ing bureaus, 3, $16 ; washing walls and ceilings, 1,254 y. at 5c; bronzing radiators, 8 at 
$2, 2 at $2.50, 18 at $3, 2 at $4, 1, $5 ; sundries, $16.50 

Hudon, Jas,: pigeon holes, $35 ; 2 railings, $50 ; sundry repairs, $15.42 

Lachance, 01., 1 iron grate, $10 ; Marchand, Geo., repairing furnace, $14.35 

Mechanics' Supply Co. : acme closets, 2 at $35 ; sundry hardware, $13.54 

Paquet, Ed., 2 toise of oiled cherry flooring, $24 ; Parent, P., plumbing, $50.62 

Plante, Beland & Co.: burners, 2h d. at $4.50; stove front, $8; labour, 35 h. at 20c; sundries, 
$15.84 

Richard, C. L., plumbing, $4.60 ; Rochette, P., pruning trees, &c, 162 h. at 12hc 



Carried forward, 



s cts. 



5,205 87 

3,430 63 

111 31 

126 10 

354 91 



201 65 

474 07 

1.3S0 06 

31 40 



11,316 00 



22 05 

110 32 

2,000 00 

61 25 

32 25 

226 67 

162 21 
15 70 

184 77 

38 25 

551 91 

210 00 
41 48 

196 48 



195 38 
101 50 
137 35 

164 95 

209 72 
25 50 



4,687 74 



78 54 
15 73 
23 01 



1,319 67 

100 42 

24 35 

83 54 

74 62 

35 34 
24 86 



1,780 08 



V-72 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse- Concluded. 

Brought forward , 

Custom House— Concluded. 

Richard, Nap.: 1| toise flooring at $13 ; locks, 7 at 75c; carpenters, 9^ d. at $1.75, 5 at $2 

sundries, $15.32 

Vezina, Chas.: plumbing repairs, labour, $58.38 ; 2 tanks, $22 ; sundries, $12.24 

Young, H. & J., 1 door check and spring 



Examining Warehouse ($12.73). 
Gauthier, J., & Bro., glass, 5 p., $2.30; Hudon, J., repairs, $10.43. 
Total carried to page V — 3 



d. at 



Quebec Immigrant Buildings. 

Louise Embankment ($2,142.12). 

Drolet, C. L. : iron railing for counter, 7 x 6 x \\, $54 ; sundries, $7 . 25 

Gauthier, J. & Bro.: glass, 53 p., $19.55 ; blinds, 39 x 79, 15 at $1.25; 69 x 82, 5 at $4.50 ; 

5, $5.40 ; sundries, $11.45 

Hervieux, T., plumbing repairs, $13.50 ; Martineau, J., lumber, 287 ft. at $32. . .... 

Hudon, Jas., window blinds, 6 ft. 2-in. x 5 ft. 7-in., 2 at $6, 11 at $4 25 ; carpenters, 

$2 ; labourers, 7 d. at $1 .50 ; sundries, $11 .48 

Juneau, J. A.: painting, 4 coats, 742 y. at 25c, 3c, 165 y. at 20c, 2c, 2,591 y. at 15c, la, 349 

y. at 10c ; painting shutters, 13 pr. at $2 ; washing walls at 158 y. at 5c. ; glass, 20 x 16. 

96 p. at 25c; sundries, $15.70 . . 

Lacasse, P. C, supplying and fixing 2 electric bells 

Marchand, Geo., constructing and fitting boiler complete 

Mechanics Supply Co., 6 double lever bibbs, $9.90 ; Parent, P., plumbing, $3.75 ... 

Paquet, Ed.: cherry flooring, 7^V toise at $12 ; ceiling in zinc and wood, 360 ft. at 8c; car- 
penter, 72 d. at $2 ; sundries, $78.69 

Quebec Ry., Light & Power Co.: 10 c p. inc. lamps, 50 at 20c; installing 2 lights, $6.89 

sundries, $4.70. . 

Robitaille & Picher, 2 mirrors, 18-in. x 30-in. oak frame 

Terreau & Racine : 1 stove with 40 gall, reservoir and 12 x 30 boiler. $100 ; sundries, $10.15. 
Roy, J. H.: spruce, 12 x 6 x 2, 150 pes. at 18c, 30 x 9 x 3, 6 pes. at $1.50 ; carpenter, 6 d. at 

$1.75; nail«, 60c 

Vezina, Chas.: plumbing repairs, labour, $97. 75; materials, $112.37 



Queen's Wharf Buildings ($2,553.64). 

Labourers. Oct. 9- Aug. 24 at 12£a per h.: H. Beaupre, 133 h.; W. Beaupre, 38 h 

Barbeau, Ed., painting, 82 toise at $5 ; Cullen, T., safety ladders, 240 ft. at 50c. ... 

Gagnon, T. : 1 counter, 58 ft. at $5 ; sofa, $18 ; armchairs, 2 at $11 ; office chairs, 2 at 

com. chairs, 4 at 50c 

Gaudry, L. 

8 at $4 , 



H.: 36-in. bronze counter railing, 55/jj ft. at $2.50; doors and frames with locks, 



Gauthier, J. & Bro.: painting, 3 coats, 205 yds. at 20c, 2 coats, 370 yds. at 15c, 1 coat, 256 
yds. at 8c ; papering, 650 yds. at 20c ; decorating cornices, 264 ft. at 5c ; washing wall 
and ceiling, &c, 786 yds. at 5c; bronzing radiators, 10 at $2; plate glass lettered in 
gold, 26| x 32|, 3 at $4 ; painters, 35| d. at $1.75 ; charwomen, 33| d. at $1.25 ; sundries 
$30.57 

•Hudon, Jas., carpenters, 21^ d. at $1.75 ; sundry material, $19.51 

Junchereau, J. B.: cement, 2 brls. at $2.50; sundries, $2.55; masons, 3J d. at $2.50 
lab., 3| d. at $1.20 

Parent, P., plumbing repairs, 19J d. at $2 ; material, $73.73 

Picard, Eloi : cherry flooring, 2lh toise at $12 ; pine, 318 pi. at 17c ; carpenters, 105| d. at 
$1.50; sundries, $52.61 '. 

Picard, O., painting and papering, $26.73 ; Terreau & Racine, 147 pins at 8c 

Syndicate of Quebec, carpet, 32i yds. atv$1.35 ; oil cloth, 38 yds. at $1.60 ; rug, $5 ; sundries, 
$8.37 



Vezina, Chas.: plumbing repairs, labour, $24 . 75 ; materials, $35.90. 
Travel of Ottawa official, A. Gobeil 



Total carried to (Page V— 3). 



Roberval Immigrant Building. 

Godbout, A., estimate No 1 to July 1, 1901, on $2,375 con tract . . 



$ cts. 
1,780 08 



63 45 

92 62 

6 50 



12 73 



1,955 38 



61 25 

77 65 
105 34 

98 73 



715 60 
27 25 

310 00 
13 65 

336 09 

21 59 

7 60 

110 15 

47 10 
210 12 



27 63 
530 00 

348 00 

170 95 



466 53 
57 14 


20 50 

112 78 


522 92 
38 49 


118 05 
60 65 

80 00 


4,695 76 



1,210 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-73 



\ i. ioi i;.\ iih Public Building. 

Paquet & Godbout : contract complete erecting public building, $8,000, less paid 1899-1900, 
page V— 83, $1,490, and paid in 1901-1902, $400 



Tourigny, P.: contract complete for heating apparatus, $896; changing radiator in bath 

room, $20 

Baril, Thos. : superintendent of works, 9 m. July-Mch., at $2.60 per day 

Gaudet, Oct.: plumbing repairs, $49.50 ; Grand Trunk Rv., rent of site for drain, $1 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: Buffalo boiler, No. 01(5, $108 ; extra for headers, $10 ; freight, $7.81 

Pinsonneault, A. Z. : negatives, 2 at $1 ; photos., 4 at 50c 

King's Printer's account 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. B. Lamb, $23.75 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $22.75 



Total carried to page V— 3. 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings : Quebec, Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, maintenance (Page V — 135) 

Brockville Drill Hall. 

Booth, David S., estimate No. 5 to March 1, 1901 

Dillon, B., services as superintendent, July 1 to Nov. 10, 1900, 3^, m. at $75 ; 1 m. at $07.50. 

Mix, John S., clerk of works, Dec. 1, 1900, to June 30, 1901, 20o d. at $3 

King's Printer's account, $41.12 ; advertising, $14.28 

Total carried to page V — 3 . 



Beseronto Public Buildiii; 



Aylsworth, William R., surveyor, services and outlay 

Dalton, John, clerk of works, 8 m. to June 30, 1901 

Ellis, Arthur, services as architect, 32 h. at 60c; travel, $12 

Newlands, Alex., estate of, on account of contract 

King's Printer's account, $1.75 ; advertising, $471.92 , 

Legal services, G. E. Deroche 

Travel of Ottawa officials : J. A. Chasse, $16.15 ; D. J. O'Donoghue, $12.55. 

Total carried to page V — 3 



Ingersoll Post Office. 

Carroll & McKnight ($4,223)— 

Contract complete for Pub. Bdg., $13,437, raising examining wareroom one story, $1,756, 
raising tower 6 ft. and covering with copper, $520, additional plumbing, $350, con- 
necting drain with sewer, $50, total, $16,113; less, $8,790 pai 1 in 1898-99, page Q— 48, 
and $5,650 in 1899-1900, page V— 84 

Contract complete for Customs and P.O. fittings 

Becks, Wm., 216 ft. lumber 

Bell, W. C, clerk of works, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1900, at $75 ; freight on bag rack, $1 .34 

Ingersoll Electric Power and Light Co.: chandeli<>r>. 6 at $7 ; lights, 40 at $1.25, 9 at $3.75 ; 

r wiring, 59 lights at $2 ; fuse block -and switches, 7 

King, Stephen, stove, &c 

Mclntyre, Mrs. Alex., sewing and repairing flag 

Mclntyre, Jas.: Brass plates, 4, $16.50; chairs, 2 at $3.50, lat $9.20, 2 at $9 50 ; couches, 

1 at $18, 1 at $18.50 : curtains, $11 ; carpet, $18.75; desks, 1 a1 $13, 1 at $15, 1 at $17.50; 

hall stands, 2 at $4.25; linoleum, 14 yds. at $1 ; sundry furniture, si 7. 7" 

McKinn, Wm, labour, 11£ d. at $2 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co,, postal bag rack 

Purdy, Manseil & Co., on account work done putting in heating apparatus 

Robertson & McKay, sundry tinware and labour 

Scott, William, plastering ceiling, time and material 

Waring, James: lumber, 397 ft. at $15, SO at $20 ; labour, 24 h. at 20c 

Wright, I., scrubbing and cleaning office 

Travel of Ottawa official, J. B. Lamb 



cts. 



6,110 00 

916 00 

672 50 

50 50 

185 81 

4 00 

11 92 

46 50 



7,997 23 



11,931 19 



17,980 00 

317 50 

615 00 

55 40 


18,967 90 



11 70 
618 00 

31 20 

1,000 00 

473 67 

41 53 

28 70 

2,204 80 



1,673 00 


2,550 oo 


4 82 


376 34 


243 75 


12 30 


1 00 


203 (55 


•2:; no 


70 00 


270 00 


19 37 


3 oo 


12 35 


1 25 


20 o.-) 



Total carried to page V — 3. 



,1 5,490 78 



V-74 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Kingston Drill Hall. 

Sullivan & Langdon ($26,009.15)— 

Contract complete for drill hall, $61,930; less, paid in 1898-99 (page Q— 48), $8,910, and 
$38,920 paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 84) 

Extras 

Excavating for walls, pointing and coping same . . . 

Building granolithic walks and roadways . 

Material and labour to complete fittings for armoury rooms 

McKelvey & Birch, contract complete for hot water heating apparatus, $2,695; work on 

boiler and mains, $61 .75 

Breck, J. H., wiring drill hall, $1,475 ; less paid, 1901-2, $475 . 

Ellis, Arthur, architect and clerk of works, professional services, 334 d. to April 30, 1901, 

at $2.50 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: Buffalo boilers, $683.20; extra for sped, headers to sketch, $45; twin 

connections and valves, $110 ; freight, $39 . 83. . , 

Total carried to page V — 3 ; . . . . 



Kingston R. M. C, Hospital, &c. 

Sullivan & Langdon, building, Estimate No. 1, to June 28, 1901, on $12,923, contract for 

hospital , 

King's Printer's account, $1 . 67 ; advertising, $295 .67 

Travel of Ottawa official, D. J. O'Donoghue 



Total carried to page V — 3 . 



Loudon Custom House. 



Brock, W. A.., locksmith's work 

Jeffrey, Wm. : lumber, f$56.59; hardware, $13.83; castors, 8 sets at $2, 4 sets at $2.75; 

Yale locks, $16.50; 11yds. brass railing at $6 ; repolishing, resetting, &c, 38 ft. brass 

railing and 2 brass signs, $60 ; staining, $2.50 ; 2 lights plate glass 30x50, $13.40 ; labour, 

652 h. at 33c; sundries, $10.15 ' 

Lewis, R., sash, placing sash, glass and glazing, $14.50; McBride, H. C, superintending 

work, $163.36 

Martyn & Hammett, repairing boilers : 300 fire bricks at 5c. ; fire clay, $3 ; teaming, 3 

labour, $16 

Pace & Fitzgerald : painting, 2,158 yds. at 16c. ; varnishing, 245 yds. at 10c. ; graining. 40 

yds. at 50c; 2 mantles at $1.50; bronzing radiators, $15 ; staining floor, $10; 79| ft. 

ornamental glass and lettering, $93. 

Partridge, Thos. L. : putting radiators and wash basins in lavatory, $121.15 ; sundry plumb 

ing, $33 . 78 ; putting in new sink in analysis room, $9 . 50 

Total carried to page V — 3 



London Drill Hall. 

Site for drill hall — 

Dominion Savings and Investment Co., lot 66 x 155 ft 

McKellar, Malcolm, lot 50 x 165 ft 

McKellar, Malcolm, removing buildings 

Perrault, Maurice, architect, professional services, 2£ p.c on estimated cost, $60,000. 
King's Printer's account, $47 . 96 ; advertising, $512 .73 , 

Total carried to page V— 3 



$ cts. 



14,100 00 
1,201 50 
4,529 05 
1,228 60 
4,950 00 

2,756 75 
1,000 00 

835 00 

878 03 



31.478 93 



4,400 00 

297 34 

11 05 


4,708 39 



1 70 



481 13 


177 86 


35 00 


510 78 


164 43 


1,370 90 


4,000 00 

2,850 00 

130 00 


1,500 00 
560 69 


9,040 69 



London Post Office. 

Hunt, F. C. : gas piping, $198 ; putting in new radiators, pipes, &c, $180, repairing and 
putting in new draw-off pipes to boiler, $7 ; plumbing, $40 .74 

Lewis, R., 36 ft. ornamental glass at $1 

Lewis, R. : contract for alteration, &c, of London post office, $575 ; still due, $57.50 

London Electric Co., wiring post office, $25 ; McBride, H. C, superintendent, $564.39 . . 

Moran & Ridge : contract complete, $2,150, extra work, $56.10 ; less paid in 1899-1900 (Page 
V-85), $1,840 , . 

Tytler, Wm.. contract for alterations to post office, complete, $4,675.60; less paid in 1899- 
1900 (Page V— 85), $2,160 

Tytler, Wm. : partition enclosing money order and register letter departments, $286 ; screen 
inclosing lavatory in postmaster's office, $30 ; removing old floor and putting in new in 
money order and register letter department, $54 ; alteration to side entrance lobby, $20.02 ; 
piece of panelling in iron screen in register letter department, $6 ; alteration to main 
entrance circular doors, $19.50; repairing caretaker's room, $189, laying new and removing 
old floor in postmaster's room, $39 

Total carried to page V — 3 



425 74 
36 00 

517 50 
589 39 

366 10 

2,515 60 



643 52 
5,093 85 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-75 



Ottawa : Fitting up Custom* Offices, Wellington St. 

Pay-lists detailed with O. B. repairs : general repairs, $2,352.75; mechanical staff, $033.72. . . 

Adams, Samuel, clerk of works, street car tickets 

Ahearn & Soper : American circular loom conduit, 100 ft. at 10c. ; R. C. wire, 2,000 ft. at 3c, 

000 at 3ic, 100 at 7c. ; 10 amp. S. P. Hart switches, 20 at 75c. ; sundry electrical supplies, 

$27.72. 

Bate, H. N. & Sons : cement, 3 brls. at $0.78 ; plaster, 14 brls. at $1 .90, 6 at $2.25 

Butterworth & Co. : galv. dampers, 4 at $2.50 ; N. P. basin cocks, 7 at $1.25 ; pipe, lead, 138 

lbs. at 7c, iron, 50 ft. at 10c ; sheet lead, 475 lbs. at 6c. ; wash basins, 7 at $1.25 ; sundry 

supplies, $50 . \)5 

Cavanagh, Edward Co., The : heavy iron pipe, 351^ lbs. at $9.75 ; nuts, 9£ lbs. at 12c 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd. : lath. No. 1, 4 M. at '$3.25 ; flooring, birch, 285 ft. of 1^-in. at 

|45, 8,072 ft. at $35 ; material in pine and ash for partition in K. D., $55 ; lumber, 2 x 12, 

12-10 ft., 1,000 ft. at $17 ; partition screen for lavatory, $40 ; sundry material, $117.18. . 

Goldie & McCulloch : vault door, 2 ft. in. x ft. in., $250 ; packing, 75c 

Graves Bros. : bolts, pr., $12.20 ; roof felting, 770 lbs. at 2c ; roof pitch, 8 brls. at $3.75 ; 

wire nails, 4 kegs at $3.00, 4 at $4, 2 at $4.25 ; sundry hardware, $70.49 

Harris & Campbell : chairs, 30 at $1.75, 12 at 75c ; oak desks, 3 at $23.50, 2 at $28, 2 at $45 ; 

hat and towel racks, $7 . 50 , 

LeBlanc, J. O., 39 tables 

Lewis Bros. & Co. : soil pipe, 50 ft. at 54c, 250 at 33|c ; tees, 10 at 72c ; sundries, $32.02. . 

Mathieu. G., laying cement floor, 24 d. at $2.50 

Mills, A. K. & Son : 2 basin tops, etc., $28 ; 1 piece marble, $1 

McCullough & Cowan : cement, 20 brls. at $3 . 25 ; cartage, $1 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co. : 1 ton finish (asbestos), $10.50 ; rough, 2 at $7 ; 2 bags at 75c. 

Ottawa Sand and Gravel Co., 20 yds. sand at 75c 

Office Specialty Mnf'g. Co., 2 desks, 1 at $ 24.50; 1 at $45 

Robertson, James Co. The : elliptic traps, 7 at $4.75; plain white acmes complete, 8 at $32.50; 

tank, 18 x 18 x 42, $15; sundries, $31.20 

Robertson, Thos. & Co. : galv. pipe and elbow, $37.55; Robillard & Son, 125 bush, lime at 22c 

Stewart & Co. : oak standing desks, 49 at $21; oak high stools, 50 at $5.45 

Freight and express : C. A. Railway, $5.10, C. P. Railway, $10.39, Dom. Express, 75c, 

Ottawa Forwarding Co., 50c 



Less — Ottawa Building Co., portion of expenditure refunded 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Ottawa P. O. and €. II . : New Boiler. 

Paylists detailed with O. B. repairs (pageV — 89) ... 

Ottawa Langevin Block : Two New Boilers. 

Bellingham, W. & Co., Montreal : 2 sets N. E. patent roller grate bars, 25£ sq. ft. at $5. . . 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Montreal : 2 plate boilers, 2 smoke stacks 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co. : 2-3 in. Jenkins globe valves, $27.70; 1-2^ in. safety valve, 
$13.40 



Total, carried to page V — 3 

Ottawa Supreme Court : New Boiler. 

Paylists detailed with Ottawa buildings repairs, page 

Ottawa Govt. Workshop : New Boiler. 

Ahearn <fc Soper : D. C. M. P. slow speed Westinghouse 500 V shunt wound motors, 1-5 h.p 

■SS40, 1-10 h.p. $520 ; crating and boxing, $1.50 

Can. Pac Ry. Co., freight on motors 



Total carried to page V — 3 

Ottawa Public Buildings : Renovating Outside. 

Renovating, painting, etc., outside works, releading windotvs of Pari. Bdg., Library, 
East Block iron work. 



Paylists detailed with Ottawa buildings repairs, page V 

Charleson, W. G., Ottawa, 2 tons Dodd's white lead 

Dailey, M. E., Ottawa : glass, varnish, etc 

Horwood, H. & Sons, Ottawa : 39 lights glass, 017 sq. ft. at 87|c; 1 circle, 8 sq. ft. at $2 
taking out, new glass, firing, cartage, etc., $185 

Total carried to page V — 3 



9 cts. 

2,980 47 
4 00 



140 72 
00 44 



130 01 
35 40 



537 54 

250 75 

100 99 

290 00 
350 00 
151 20 
00 00 
29 00 
00 00 
20 00 
19 50 
09 50 

339 45 

05 05 

1,301 50 

22 80 



7,108 92 
702 11 



0,400 81 



120 25 

770 00 



41 10 


937 41 


134 38 



801 50 
14 82 

870 32 



5,800 80 
280 00 
150 40 

740 47 



7,037 07 



V-76 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 



1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Paris Post Office. 

Post office and custom house site : Meldrum, W. H., lot 80 x 141 ft. at $30 a ft 

Griffiths, Wm., estimate No. 5 to June 30, 1901, on $16,500, contract for public building 

Corporation of the Town of Paris : taxes for 1900 on 80 ft., $24.08 ; nominal consideration, 39 

ft. land on Grand River street, $5 ... . 

McKay, Duncan C, clerk of works, Nov. 30, 1900 to June 30, 1901, 242 d. at $3 

King's printer account, $35.46 ; advertising, $355 

Legal services, Gordon J. Smith 

Travel of Ottawa official, D. J. O'Donoghue 



Total carried to page V-—3. 



Picton Public Building. 



Barker, David J., additional land for P.O. site, 44 x 70 ft , 

Cameron, Robert, estimate No. 6 to Mch. 31, 1901, on $13,800 contract for public building. 
Pulver, P. M.: clerk of works, Sept. 11, 1900 to Mch. 31, 1901, 201 d. at $3; cartage on 

castings, $2 . . 

King's printer account, $45.30 ; advertising, $186.12 

Legal services, M. R. Allison 

Travel of Ottawa official, W. R. Billings 

Total carried to page V — 3 



Hat Portage Post Office. 



Clerk of works, F. A. Hudson, 4 m. to Oct. 31, 1900 at $75 

Citizens' Telephone & Electric Co.: installing 39 lights, 16 c.p., $151.95 ; drilling fifteen holes 
$2 



at 



Fife, A. T . & Co. : sundry tinware, oil and brushes 

Horn & Taylor, 25 shades and rollers 

McCullough & Holley : labour, 3 d. at $2, 6 h. at 50c; sundry plumbing and material, $21.93 

Office specialty Mfg. Co., style " B " bag racks, 16 bags 

Parsons, A. J., freight on bag rack, $4.20 ; setting up same, 75c 

Ridout, H. & Co.: 1 R. T. oak desk, $55; 3 office chairs, $20; 2 wardrobes, $19.95; less 

discount, $10 

Scott & Hudson Building Co., The, 3 gold leaf signs 

Total carried to page V — 3 *. 



$ cts. 

2,400 00 
7,780 00 

29 08 

726 00 

390 46 

52 29 

35 35 

11,413 18 



600 00 
11,680 00 

605 00 

231 42 

14 10 

16 47 



13,146 99 



300 00 



Rideau Hall : Fire Protection, &c. 

Pay-lists detailed with Rideau Hall maintenance (page — ) 

ii ii u Ottawa Buildings repairs, mechanical staff (page — ) 

Ahearn & Soper : 1, 50-pt., P. & C, annunciator, $75 ; wire, 50^ lbs. at 40c 

Cavanagh, Edward, Co. : pipe, 10' 857 tons at $38, 135 ft. at 48c, 95 at 30c, 204 at 10^c, 1,816^ 
at $4.87|c, sundry pipe, $258.24 ; bends, $28.95; elbows, $40.41; tees, $23.60; sundries 
$29.20 ; less charged to Rideau Hall (page— ) $373.49 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd. : birch flooring, 500 ft. at $48, 2,000 at $35, 250 at $36 ; beaded 
sheathing, 1,200 ft. at $24; cedar, 500 lin. ft. at 4|c, 500 at 6£c., 390 at 3 ' 2 ; matched 
boards, 1,000 ft. at $20 ; pine, 3,000 ft. at $18, 1,250 at^$15 ; spruce, 2,405 ft. at $26 ; strips, 
1,200 ft., H in., dr., 1 side at $19 ; shingles, 25 M. at $3, 10 M. at $2.50 ; 16 pes., sash, 7— 
7 x 6—6—l| thick, $44 ; cartage, $5.45 ; sundry lumber, $209,34 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : sink, $7 ; stable fixtures, feed boxes, 4 at $2.25 ; stall posts, 10 at $13, 10 
at $4 ; 10 stall guards, $148.68; mangers, 10 at $15; hay racks, 3 at $4; pedestals 
for stall posts, 10 at $5; rails, 20, $89.10; gutter and cover, 157 '8 ft., 8 in. at 75c ; 
carriage wash trough with cover and straps, 20 ft., x 2 ft., 8 in., x 12^, $25.65 ; 
traps, 2 at $3 ; freight, $24.71 ; less $155.73, 20 p. c, on $778.68 

King, Robt. W. & Co. : 1 hand ventilating machine, $15 ; sundry supplies, $6.63 

King, Wm., street car fare for workmen, from Sept., 1— Oct., 8, 1900 (to Rideau Hall) 371 
tickets at 6 for 25c 

Lewis Bros & Co. : brackets, 1 pr. at $12 ; brass comp., bibbs, 1 doz. at $19.60 ; hose, 800 ft. 
at $33 ; hose racks, 6 at $4.50 ; 1 bath, $43 ; lead, 521| lbs. at $4.65 ; iron boiler, 265 galls., 
2 at $125 ; sundry hardware, $53.69 ; less charged to Rideau Hall (page— ) $92.87 

Mills, A. K. & Son : slab sink, $46.75; labour, 20 h. at 40c, 20 at 20c ; sundry material, 
.91 



181 95 

9 00 

54 20 

30 93 

125 00 

4 95 

84 95 
3 40 


794 38 


9,019 44 

670 86 

95 05 



$10. 



McAvity, T. & Son, 8-3 in., N. P., brass hose valves with brass wheel at $10 

McCullough & Cowan : cement, 18 brls. at $2.75, 53 at $3.25 ; sundry builder's supplies, $47.60. 

Royal Electric Co., The, electrical supplies 

Veve, Pierre, sand, 86 yds. at 75c 

Freight and express : Canada Atlantic Ry. Co., $22.90 ; Canadian Express Co., $3.10 ; Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway Co., $13.76 ; Dominion Express Co., $1.65 



Carried forward. 



622 77 



734 91 



654 66 
21 63 

15 46 



600 67 



69 66 

80 00 

269 35 

105 89 

64 50 


41 41 


13,066 26 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-77 



Kidean Hull : Fire Protection, &e. — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Brass plugs, 2 at si. 45 ; basins, 3 at si. 25 ; cast iron plugs at 18c. ; cab-hire, $1.50 ; round 
belting, 29^ ft. at 12c. ; soil pipe trap, $1.10 ; shafting turned and polished, $4.75 

Total carried to page V — 3 

Kideau flail : To make good damage done by lire of IMoi. 25, 1900. 



Pay-lists detailed with Rideau Hall maintenance, page V — 103 

McCuIlough Sl Cowan : cement, 110 brls. at $2.75 ; elbows, 3 at 50c. ; junctions, 3 ft. at !)0c. 
8 at $1.26 : pipe, 50 ft., of 6 in. at 15c. ; cartage, $9.50 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Sarnia Publie Building. 

Proctor, Geo. A., estimate No. 3 to June 30, 1901, on $62,500 contract for public building . 
Burrows, M. R., clerk of works, Oct.-June, 1901, 273 d. at $3 

Fawcett, R. V.: services as inspector of dredging in Dec, 14 d. at $3; assistant, 42 h. a' 

L5c. ; boat hire, 14 d. at 35c 

Town of Sarnia, taxation on property 

Travel of Ottawa official, J. A. Chasse 

King's Printer's account, $42.02 ; advertising, $629.32 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



St. Catharines Drill Hall. 

Garson, Wm., estimate No. 1 to Jan. 11, 1900, on $50,000 contract for erecting drill hall 

Travel of Ottawa official : J. S. J. Routhier .« 

Advance to be accounted for : F. L. Taylor 

King's Printer's account, $48.90 ; advertisiug, $292.40 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



St. Thomas Drill Hall and Armoury. 

Green, J. M. & Co.: estimate No. 2 to July 1, 1901, on $29,793 contract for armoury build 



ing. 



Darrah, N. R., clerk of works, May and June, 61 d. at $3. 

Travel of Ottawa official : A. L. Ogilvie > . . 

King's Printer's account, $30.50; advertising, $238.54 

Total, carried to page V —3 



Toronto Dominion Buildings: Improvements, Renewals, Repairs, dec* 

Custom House ($4,145- !> *)- 

Curry, S. G.: architect, 7h p.c. commission superintending work done from July 1, 1899-July 
1, 19oo, $39.30; 'Sh p.c. commission reporting and preparing estimate for proposed alter- 
ations in budding, $20.25 ; 1 p.c. reporting on the paving of lane at rear of building, 
$15.80 ; reporting on condition of staircase and landings. $5 ; preparing report on repairs, 
&c, required to be done for year 1900-1901, $0.25. . 

De Lanburgh, Harry, kalsomining, painting, varnishing, &c\, contract $221.87 ; sundry 
painting, &e., $117.59 

Fendom Flevator Works ($3,007.71) 

Contract complete for elevator, $2,650 ; extra beams for supports in basement where the 
walls are to be cut away, $190; cutting walls and building in bond timbers, $106; 

cutting and trimming Hours and making good, &c, $48.10 

Repairing hatch door guides, $6.10 ; repairing brake on old elevator, $7.45 

Holtby Bios., removing and making good wall, laying concrete for elevator and repairing 
brickwork of elevator shaft . 

Mashiuter, \V. & Co., plumbing repairs 

Munro, Wm. & Son, trimming out floor for elevator, removing and building partitions and 
screens 

McGee, E., shovelling snow, 00 hrs. at 15c 

Purdy, Mansell & Co., sundry plumbing, $130.09; Smith, J. B. & Sons, sundries, $10.87 

Smithwork, $1.50 ; electric repairs, $7 50 



Carried forward. 



$ ota. 


]3,ooo 26 


is 60 


13,084 80 


2,007 00 


327 45 


2,934 45 


7,250 00 
819 00 


53 20 

37 63 

37 85 

071 34 



,809 02 



1,420 00 

20 85 

40 00 

341 30 



1,828 15 



3,620 00 

is:? oo 

33 20 
275 04 


4,111 24 



92 00 


339 46 


2,994 16 
13 55 


193 85 
21 47 


325 93 
!) no 

140 90 
9 00 



4,145 98 



V-78 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Toronto Dominion Buildings: Improvements, Renewals, Repairs, &c. — Con. 
Brought forward 



Examining Warehouse ($242.25). 

Aikenhead Hardware Co.: double belting, 110 ft. at 72c; white waste, 112 lbs. at 10c; 

sundry, $3.45 

Curry, S. G. : architect, 1\ p. c. commission superintending work done July 1, 1899- July 1, 

1900, $11.25 ; preparing report on repairs, &c, required to be done for year 1900-1901, 

$6.25 

Morrison, The Jas. Co. : 1-in. globe valves, 15 at $1.54, angle valves, 15 at $1.54 ; 1 

plumber's force pump, $8; 1 valve for p. and c steam trap, $10.50 ; sundry hardware, $31 

O'Hearn, Jas., reglazing d. d., $12.20 ; Purdey, Mansell & Co., plumbing, $12.15 

Shovelling snow, $9.45 ; plumbing, $1 40 



Inland Revenue ($151.43). 

Cheeseworth & Co. : Canadian flags, 3 doz. at $1 ; bunting, 190 yds. at 10c 

Curry, S. G., architect, 1\ p. c. commission superintending work done, July 1, 1898- July 1. 
1900, $25.50; superintending the placing of Holmes elec. system and making arrange 
ments with police dept. obtaining tenders for alarm connections, $10 ; arranging for 
electricity for lighting, $10; preparing report on repairs, &c, required to be done for 

year 1900-1901, $6.25. 

Globe Paint Co., sundry paint and oils 

Lewis, Rice & Son : 1-5 yd. Canadian ensign, $12 ; 100 ft. 1-in. line hose, $19.50; sundry, 73c 
Mashinter, W. & Co., plumbing repairs, $1.85 ; Purdy, Mansell & Co., plumbing, $21.60 
Smithwork, $3.85 ; electric supplies, $2.95 , : 

General Post Office and branches 



Martin, P., carting and shovelling snow, 26 h. at 50c 

Mashinter, W. & Co. , plumbing repairs 

O'Hearn, Jas. J., reglazing, $21.20 ; Purdy, Mansell & Co., plumbing, $26.73 

Toronto Electric Light Co., electric supplies . . 

Wheeler and Bain: repairs to locks and keys, <fec, $47.50 ; repairing roof and material, $92.22 
Wilson, Wm. C. & Co.: thistle brand 2-in. rubber lined fire hose, 400 ft. at 40c, less allow- 
ance for old hose, $5 

Regilding letters on doors, $2 ; glass and glazing, $8.60 ; repairs, $3.50 



Generally ($80,60). 



Little & Brown, sundry repairs, plasterer' 
65 h. at 30c; material, $25.05 



time, 80 h. at 42c; lathers, 7 h. at 35c; labourers, 



Total, carried to page V — 3 . 



Toronto Post Office : Improvements, including Automobile Cars. 

Bennett & Wright Co.: putting in wash tubs and r. r. sink contract, $128; wiring and put- 
ting up fixtures, contract, $120 ; wiring and putting in fixtures in new P. O. branch, 117 
King St W., $129.14 ,.., 

Canada Cycle and Motor Co. : 23-in. motor quadricycles, 6 at $500 each 

Curry, S. G., architect, 1\ p. c. commission superintending work done July 1, 1899 -July 1, 
1900, $227 . 91 ; 3^ p . c commission preparing drawing, &c , $39 . 37 ; preparing report on 
repairs, &c, $6.25 

Hemming, E. , 4 new trucks at $47 . 50 each 

Kay, John, Son & Co., opaque shades, 11 at $1.55, 4 at 90c, 1 at 85c 

.Little & Brown, plastering room 3rd floor of General P. O. contract 

Mackenzie, J. H.: gasoline, 17771 galls, at 23c; cylinder oil, 2 galls, at $1 : machine oil, 2 
galls, at 60c. 

Meadows, Geo. B. : wire work and metal fittings contract Aug. 20, $208, Sept. 29, $37 ; sundry 
repairs, &c, for station B. P. O., $37.75 

National Cycle and Automobile Co. : 3 locomobiles complete, special patterns, at $1,000 each. 

O'Connor, M.: painting, kalsomining, paper-hanging, &c, at deputy postmaster's apart- 
ments, contract, $576 ; lettering and gilding signs in two windows, $18 ; furnishing plate 
glass sign in frame, lettered, &c, $11 ; glazing, $4.50 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co.: work done at 117 King St. W., furnishing contract, $821.75; 1 
stamping table, $55 ; 7 pigeon-hole cases, $65 ; 1 4-bag rack on wheels, $25 ; 1 roll top 
desk, $17 ; 1 flat top desk, $9.50 ; 1 stamp case, $12 ; chairs and stools, $11.60 

O'Hearn, Jos. J.: gilding and shading windows and doors, 26 ft. at 80c; reglazing and paint- 
ing skylights, 40 h. at 35c; sundry gilding and painting, varnishing, &c, $28.75; glass, 
glazing, &c. , $34 .62 , . . . ; 

Purdy, Mansell & Co.: 1-4x8x26^ radiator and fittings in assorting room, $33.80; plumbing 
in inspector's department, $20.35 ; sundry plumbing repairs, $65.56 ,. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
4,145 98 

93 85 



17 50 

95 70 
24 35 
10 85 



22 00 



51 75 
15 20 
32 23 
23 45 
6 80 


13 00 

4 65 

47 93 

17 83 

139 72 


155 00 
14 10 



80 60 



5,012 49 



377 14 
3,000 00 


273 53 

190 00 

21 50 

55 00 


44 09 


282 75 
3,000 00 


609 50 


1,016 85 


98 37 


119 71 


9,088 44 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No, 1 



V-79 



Toronto Post Office— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Smith, J. B. & Sons: sundry alterations in carpentry work contract, $55; repairs, &c, car- 
penters, 831 h. at 35c; labourers, 138 h. at 25c: bricklayers, 41 h. at 40c; painters, 20 
h. at 35c ; maple flooring, 436 ft. at Ahc. ; sundry material, $137.76 ; cartage, $5.35 

Wheeler & Bain, plumbing, $79.20 ; Woods, Jas. W., 1 18-ft. Dom. flag, $19.50 

1 document box, $3 ; smithwork, $8. 10 ; 1 drop out clock, $9 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V — 3. 



$ cts. 
9,088 44 



566 48 
98 70 
20 10 
24 00 



9,797 72 



Toronto Post Office : Extension to Union Station, Room, Elevator, 
Building and Hoist. 

Fensom Elevator Works ($3,528.98)— 

Supplying and installing electric elevator, contract complete 

Running elevator and instructing operators, $15.10; supplying switches, &c, $16.50; 

supplying and laying oak floor in motor room, $63.38 

Hanrahan, John : erecting an addition to newspaper room and an elevator tower, contract 

complete, $11,666 ; additional work on windows, stairs, &c, $179.75. 

Bennett & Wright Co. : work on newspaper sorting room, steam heating, contract, $386; 

changing and blocking up heater, $5.25; eleotric wiring, &c, for lighting, $183.16; 

electric work on elevator, $9 . 76 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., moving electric wires, cables and other fixtures to give clearance for the 

erection of P. O. elevator tower 

Hlllam, Geo., clerk of works, Sept. 10, 1900-Jan. 10, 1901, 123 d. at $3 

Meadows, Geo. B.: making heavy wire guards for sides of elevator car, contract, $45; sundry, 

$2.80 

McGregor & Mclntyre, ladder and guard iron for elevator 

Smith, John B. & Sons.: carpenter work, 34 h. at 35c; material, $10.95 

Wilson, C. & Son., changing position and rebuilding large scale, time of men, 35J hrs. at 40c 
Changing location of telephone, $4.40 ; repairing trucks, &c, $9.90 ; painting and lettering, $9 
Ad vertising , 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Windsor Drill Hall. 

Sullivan & Langdon, estimate No. 2 to May 15, 1901 on $49,633 contract to erect drill hall. . . 

Smith, Chs., clerk of works, Oct. 6, 1900- June 30, 1901, 268 d. at $3 

Travel of Ottawa official, F. X. Paquet 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Woodstock Public Building. 

Des Rivieres, J. A. ($20,120)— 

Estimate No. 8 on account of work done to June 24, 1901, on $31,790 contract for Pub. 
Bid.. 

Construction of heating apparatus ($2,750) contract 1 

Cowan, John, travelling and living expenses from June 7-11, 1901 I 

Gurney Foundry Co.: No. 909 Oxford hot water bciler with fittings $555; extra twin connec-j 

tions and valves, $75 ; freight on same, 10,200 lbs. at 244.C I 

White, Alex., architect and clerk of works, July 1, 1900-June 30, 1901, 12 m. at $100; outlay, 

- $13.50 

Travel of Ottawa official, D. J. O'Donoghue 



3,434 00 

94 98 

11,845 75 

584 17 



55 80 
369 00 

47 80 
18 75 

22 85 
14 10 

23 30 
94 30 

16,604 80 


13,730 00 

804 00 

50 00 

385 92 


14,969 92 



Total, carried to page V — 3. 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs: Building, Ontario Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings maintenance Page V — 135 

Rideau Hall Page V— 103 

Total, carried to page V — 3 

Winnipeg Dominion Public Buildings: Asphalt Pavements, &c. 

City of Winnipeg, asphalt pavement, Main St., 200 ft. at $7.57 



18,320 00 

1,800 00 

30 20 

654 74 

1,213 50 

27 85 


22,046 29 


. 8,836 63 
2,143 64 


10,980 27 


1,514 00 



V-80 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Winnipeg Post Office : Improvements, &c. 

Pay-lists, Jan. 14 to Feb, 22, 1901, erecting ventilating and heating plant, carpenters, steam 
fitters, labourers, etc 

Bromley & Co., Dominion flag, $9.50 ; Can. Pac. Ry. Co., freight, $26.31 

Brown & Rutherford, 1 elevator, contract, $125 ; 209 locks and fitting same, contract, $259 ; 
206 numbered plates and fitting same. $28.74 ; 1 case pigeon holes, $25 ; 1 set shelving, 
$10; moulding, 1,060 ft. at 2£c., 1,058 ft. at 6c, 1,874 ft. $18.46; 1 corbin spring and 
check and fitting same, $8.50 ; putting on storm sashes and fixing doors, $22.05 ; repairs 
to boxes, etc., $12.40 ; 1 It. glass, $1.75 

Cotter Bros., plumbing repairs 

Cowan, John, living and travelling expenses, Jan. 8 to Feb. 28, 1901, re ventilating and heat- 
ing plant 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto, valve leathers, 12, $9.70 ; repairs to elevator, $29 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Montreal, 3 headers, $110 ; asbestos paper, 233 lbs. at 5| ; sundries, $16.39 ; 
freight, $22.94 

McDonald Bros., electric supplies and repairs . . . 

McEachren Heating & Ventilating Co., Gait, air fan with extra pulley 

Office Specialty Manuf. Co., Toronto, bag rack, style ' C,' 22 bags 

Pattinson & Eilbeck, rebuilding brick work for boiler, contract 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., lumber, 2nd. w.p., 1,608 ft. at $39, 3rd. w.p., 2,004 ft. at $27, 18 
pine, 594 ft. at $20.50 ; sundry, $15.14 

Ross, H., 1-5 h. p., round type, shunt wound 500 volt motor, $295; rubber belting, 18 ft. at 
42c 

Schmidt & Co., bolts with nuts and washers, 183 at 22c; wire railing for stamp office, $15 ; 
repairs to boxes and locks, $27.20 ; for ventilation, 4 iron rods, 340 lbs. at 7c; labour and 
sundries, $27.60 ; sundry labour, $18.90 

Vulcan Iron Co., br. cylinder, $10; repairs on pump, $59.70; on accumulator, $52.80; on 
smoke pipe, $29 . 15 ; sundry repairs, etc , $26 .85 , 

Wallace, Jno., repairing roof . . 

Warden, King & Son, Montreal, 1^-in. elbows topped, 55, $4.40 ; box, 25c; freight, $2.08.. . 

Wood, Ceo. D. & Co., galv. iron, 2.458 lbs. at $4.85; ii on pipe, 1^-in. 1,9753 ft. at $9.10; 
2i-in. 2185 at $24.60; sundries, $7.71 

Total, carried to page V — 3 ". 



$ cts. 



414 05 
35 81 



598 23 
126 65 


146 75 

38 70 


161 56 
18 97 

120 00 
65 00 

167 00 



144 13 
302 56 

152 76 

178 50 
4 50 
6 73 

360 43 

3,042 33 



Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings, Manitoba Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, maintenance Page V — 135 

Battleford, Registrar's House. 

Prince Bros., warrior furnace, registers, piping and installing, $270 ; force pump and platform, 

$50 ; voucher outstanding, Dec. 19, 1901, $237 ! 

Storer, J. H., shingling and painting house and putting on eaves troughs, contract 

Suffern, Andrew, plastering house, contract 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Calgary Court House. 

Bartholomew, S., kalsomining library 

Head, W., making alterations in heating apparatus, pump and sink, contract $325; bronz- 
ing 2 coils, $2 

McNeill, J. C, alterations and improvements in courthouse, contract, $1,245; 7 prs. panel 
doors on book Case, $22.75 ; 3 tables, $10 ; moving and fitting up case and desk, $5 ; re- 
pairing plaster in court-room, $18.45 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 



Calgary Custom House. 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Gait, 1 No. 30 safe, $450 ; packing, 75c; freight, $149.31. . . 
McNeill, J. C, taking safe from car putting it in customs office, labour, material, &c. 



Total, carried to page V — 3 



Carnduff Court House. 



Musgrave, F. J., living expenses and travel re selecting location for the erection of court 
house , 



2,458 61 



557 00 
244 00 
270 00 


1,071 00 


7 00 
327 00 

1,301 20 


1,635 20 


600 06 
64 00 



Advertising 

Total, carried to page'V — 3. 



664 06 



11 20 
66 92 



IS 12 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-81 



N. W. T. : Court House, Lock-up and Police Accommodation, 

Lethbridge ($18). 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 6 m. to March 1, 1901 

Maclcod ($12). 
Grady, A. F., 1 flag and pole , 

Moosomin ($2 If. 66 ) . 



Campbell, Geo, repairing pump. . . . . 

Fleming, A. R., 14 ft. shelving for law library, contract. 
Millar & Co., smoke pipe, 20 ft., $9 ; sundries, $1.85 



Prince Albert ($31.50). 

Bell TelephoneCo., exchange service to Dec. 1, 1901, courthouse, 6 m. $12.50, residence Judge 

McGuire, 6 m., $18 

Betts, J. F., jug, 50c. ; glasses, 50c , 

Re<jina( $429.20). 



Cotter Bros., 1 Delameter air pump, contract 

McCausland, repairing boiler, steam pipes, &c, 

Smith & Fergusson Co. , plumbing and hardware supplies 

Total, carried to page V — 3 , 



Edmonton Immigrant Building. 

Manson, R. J., contract complete for building immigrant shed at Strathcona, $3,350, less paid 

in 1901-2, $350 

Macdonald, C. de W., legal services 

Advertising . 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Medicine Hat Court House. 

Williamson & Maclntyre, contract complete for hot water heating apparatus 

Draudson, E., building storm porch, contract 

Knox, Win., services as clerk of works, 2 m., July 1-Aug. 31, at $100 

Tom, W. H. & Co., fittings for court-room, 8 seats at $9; dock, $30 ; witness box, $14 ; rail- 
ing and doors, $43 ; jury platform, railing and doors, $57 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Prince Albert Court House. 

Holmes, Andrew, superintending boring of artesian well, 18 d. at $4.50 ; 4 trips from Rost- 
hern at $3.80 

Woodman, A. H., boring artesian well, from 533 ft., 17 ft. at $3.50, 50 at $3.75, 50 at $4, 50 at 
$4.25 



Total, carried to page V — 3 . 



Rcgina : Lit. Governor's Residence. 

Pay-lists, May 17-June 28, 1901 — 

Foreman, Weisgerber, G., 24"8 d. at $2. . . , 

Masons, 223 d. at $3, 1 d. at $4 ; labourers, 149 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, 3 d. at $3 ; team and 2 wagons, 20*3 d. at $4.30 

Bettschen, J., building sidewalk from Regina to barracks, 548 rods at 60c, contract 

Craft, J., digging 2 wells, 66 and 67 ft. at $1 ; boring, 34 h. at 25c 

Crapper Bros., painting outside woodwork of Legislative buildine and N. and S. dept. bldgs., 

contract, $140 ; sundry erlazing, papering, &c, 32 h. at 35c, 92§ at 30c; glass, 150ft., $9, 

21 Its., $4.86 ; paper, 10 r. at 55c, 7 at 35c, sundries, $19.09. 

Eddy, W. F., lime, 180 bush, at 50c; Michaelis, G., wheelbarrows, 2 at $5.50 

Macdonald, D. A., 1^ ft. mill, $44 ; 1-40 ft. tank, $47 ; 1-60 brl. tank, $50 ; freight, $19.91. 
Martin, Alex., patching ceiling, plasterers, 9 h. at 40c, labourer, 9 h. at 20c, sundries, $5. . . 



$ cts. 



18 00; 



12 00 



1 80 
12 00 
10 85 



30 50 
1 00 



395 00 
5 45 

28 75 



515 35 



3,000 00 

1 00 

14 70 

3,015 70 


715 00 

26 00 

200 OO 

216 00 


1,157 00 



96 20 

659 50 



755 70 



49 60 


331 63 


122 09 


328 80 


141 50 


219 90 


101 00 


160 91 


10 40 



1— 6v 



Carried forward. 



1,465 83 



V-82 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Regina : Lt. Governor's Residence— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Molisky, F. B. , repairing greenhouse, 3d. at $2.25 

Morrison, John, services as clerk of works, Jan. at land office, June at conservatory, 2 m. 
at$100 

McCausland, W., 1-lfin. well pump, $49.50; 1 windmill pump, $18; zinc, 63 lbs. at 15c; 
slide top and cover for range, $8.80 ; grate frames, 2, $11.60 ; nails, 9 kegs at $4.75 ; fence 
wire, 60 rods, $71.40 ; iron gates, 2, $72.75 ; eave troughing, 52 ft. at 15c; poultry net- 
ting, 100 ft., $15.40; g. i. pipe, 49£, $21.23 ; gas pipe, 311 ft. at 16c, 49J at 18c, 112 at 
25c, 308i at 27c, 65 at 26ic; stop cocks, 1 at $6, 13 at $3.50, 3 at $2.10; plumbing, gas- 
fitting, &c at 40c per h., $115.20 ; sundries, $158.08. 

McDougall, D. C. ($1,038.38)- 

Building driving: shed, contract, $230 ; building fence, 82 ft. at 48c, contract 

Building windmill, tank and tank house, carpenters, 50 d. at $3 ; labourers, 10 at $2 

Building pump house, carpenters, 9 d. at $3 ; labourers, 2 d., $4 ; repairing arch, $7 

Enlarging pump house and building house, carpenters, 6 d. at $3 ; repairing stable doors, 

$8.10 

Cutting door through stone wall to pump house, labour, $14 ; material, $6.50 

.Repairing fences and gates, carpenters, 45 d. at $3 ; labourers, 15 at $2 ; nails arid 

hinges, $4 

Brick veneering stable, contract, $545 ; less paid 1899-1900, v. p. 94, $260 

Sundry repairs, &c, and materials 

Regina Trading Co., supplving and laving linoleum, 66 yds. at 87^c 

Ross, C. Co., comforters, 2 at $12.50, 2 at $8.50, 1, $14.50 ; parquet carpet, 1, $54.25, 1, $52.50; 
express, $2 

Smith & Fergusson Co., Portland cement, 60 b. at $5.25 ; 21 oz. glass cut to size, 2,300 ft. at 
$13.50; iron galv., 900 lbs. at 7£c, rod, 225 lbs. at 4c; galv. pipe, 20 ft. at 35c, 40 at 
25c, 25 at 15c; nails, cut, 6 kegs at $4.05, 2 at $4.10, 9 at $4.15, finish, 3 at $5.25, 1, 
$5.15, wrought, 17 at $4.75, 1, $4.80 ; sundry tools, $7.15 

Wanless & Co., ster. spoons, soup, 2 d. at $26, dessert, 2 d. at $22, tea, lh d. at $12 ; ster. 
forks, 2 d. at $22 ; knives, dinner, 2 d. at $15, dessert, 1 d., $10.50, pearl fruit, 1 d., $23 ; 
engraving 132 pes., $60 ; express, $2.25 

Williams, R. H. ($3,163.27)— 

For sidewalk, 2-in. plank, 51,085 ft. at $23; stringers, 4x4, 24,092 ft. at $23, 4x6, 1,476 

ft. at $23 ; less paid 1899-1900, V page 94, $500 

For greenhouse, stone, 40^ cords at $13 ; sand, 55^ y. at $2 ; brick, 19 M. at $14 ; lnmber, 
fir, 2,016 ft. at $27, 3,770 at $26, 1,787 at $25; flooring, 968 ft. at $30, 611 at $25 ; 

shiplap, 956 ft. at $26 

Sundry lumber, flooring, 167 ft. at $34 ; siding, 930 ft. at $32 ; boards, 6,167 ft. at $24, 
1,226 at $25, 309 at $23 ; c moulding, 26 ft. at 2c, cartage, $12 

Willoughby & Duncan, well circles, 54 at $1 ; boards, 2,037 ft. at $23, 722 at $24 ; shingles, 1 
M., $3.25 ; cartage, $6.75 ; sundries, $3.05 

Wood, J. W., 15 ft. Union Jacks, Imperial bunting, 6 at $13.25 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



Regina, N. W. T.: Government Bu 1 Idings. 

To refund to the Government of the N. W. T. amounts disbursed by them, 1897-98, for re- 
pairs, renewals, fittings, &c 

Regina : Land Titles Office. 

Willoughby & Mollard, contract complete Nov. 30, 1900, $17,940; less paid 1899-1900, V., 
page 94, $9,440 ,. 

Cotter Bros. ($1,173.50)— 

Heating office, contract complete Apl. 29, 1901 ... 

Putting in 1 Myers force pump, contract 

Can. Pac Ry. Co.'s Tel., repeater charges, $27.22 ; Grassick, J., cartage, $2.75 

Fergusson, R. B. & Co.: oak office desk, roll top, 1, $125 ; bankers' standing, 10 ft., 2 at $95, 
12-ft., 1, $105, 6-ft., 1, $57 ; 1 flat top rotary, 1, $75, 1 flat top, $35, 1 single standing, $28 ; 
1 standing and screen, $68 ; office tables, 2 at $16, 2 at $28.50, 1 at $12 ; oak typewriter 
cabinets, 2 at $28 50 ; oak bookcase, glass doors, 1 at $35, 1 at $25 ; letter press stands, 2 
at $8.50; oak counters, 20J ft., $107.62, 19-ft., $99.75 ; high stools, 6 at $6.50; arm-chairs, 
6 at; $9.50, 6 at $2.25 ; oak lea. seat chairs, 2 at $25 ; chairs, revolving tops, 6 at $5 ; type- 
writer chairs, 2 at $9 ; 1 fyling ladder, $8 50 ; 1 step-ladder, $3.50 ; floor rug, $4 ; 37 win- 
dow shades, contract, $48 

Ives, H. R. & Co.: Buffalo boilers, 2 at $131.60; spec, headers, $25; twin connections, $50; 
freight, $107.19 

Mollard, W. T.: moving office furniture and fixings, 26 1. at 75c; moving coal, 9 1. at $1 ; 
wood, 8 1. at 75c; 2 safes, $3 ; labour, 106 h. at 20c; taking down and remodelling fix- 
tures, 323 h. at 30c; clear lumber, 825 ft. at $55 ; com. lumber, 500 ft. at $25; painting 
and numbering 450 boxes, $33.30 ; putting up partition for coal room, $24.95; sundries, 
$21.80 ; contract work, $135 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 

1,465 83 

6 75 

200 00 



846 94 



269 36 

170 00 

38 00 


26 10 

20 50 


169 00 

285 00 
60 42 
57 75 



165 25 



906 20 



283 75 


1,263 00 


1,166 55 


233 72 


131 23 
79 50 


7,844 85 



1,773 87 



8,500 00 

1,138 50 
35 00 
29 97 



1,396 87 
445 39 

433 53 



11,979 26 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-83 



Regina : Land Titles Office— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Morrison, John, services as clerk of work, 10 m. at $100, July 1-Jan. 31, Mar. 1-May 31 

McCausland, W.: iron door mats, 22 x 36, 4 at $3, 20 x 32, 12 at .$2 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. : 6 sections roller steel shelving, $ »00 ; 2 steel trucks at $95 

Williams, R. H. & Son : rugs, 3 at $3.50, 4 at $3.25, 2 at $2.75, 3 at $2.50 ; linoleum, 56 yds. 

at $1.25; laying linoleum, $2 

Advertising, $117.00 ; King Printer's account, $18.07 



Total, carried to page V — 3 , 

Immigration Building : Swan River District. 

Dewan, D. J., driving A. Holmes, Battleford to Rosthern 

Holmes, A., superintending erection of building, 43 d. at $5 ; ry. fare, $7.00; less previously 
paid, $195.70 



Total, carried to page V — 3 

Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Buildings, N. W. Territories, Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, Maintenance (page V — 135) 

Kaniloops Public Building. 

Mackay, Robt., building post office, &c, estimate No. 4 to May 31, 1901, on $10,820 contract 

Swanson, J. D., use of office for exhibiting plans and specifications 

Thompson, Alister, services as clerk of works, Nov. 13-May 31, 1901, at $3 per day 

Advertising, $110.55 ; King's Printer's account, $22.81 , 



Total, carried to page V — 3. 



Nelson Public Buiidings. 

Viau, T. & Chas. LeMoine, building post office, &c, estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1901, on 

$49,900 contract 

Dominion Express Co., charges, $1.50 ; Henderson, Wm., travelling expenses, $37.50 

Macdonald, J. A., services as architect and clerk of works, April 1-June 30 at $7 per d. . . 
Advertising, $233.05 ; King's Printer's account, $53.33 

Total, carried to page V— 3 



New Westminster Public Buildings. 

Bourque & DesRivieres ($33,650)— 

Building post office, &c, estimate No. 12 to June 30, 1901, on $50,500 contract 

Extension to examining warehouse, estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1901, on $2,529.06. . . . 

Excavating and carting away from east side of post office building, 800 c. y. at $1.25 
Easthope & Co., photograph of new post office, $2.50 ; 4 prints of same 11 x 14 at $1.50 . 
Hamilton, Alex., services as clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $120 



Total, carried to page V— 3. 



Rossland Public Buildings. 

Bradbury, Thoa. ($16,163)— 

Building post office, &c, estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1901, on $44,650 contract. 

Having survey made for site of building . . 

Gregor, R. W., services as clerk of works, 7 m. Nov. -May at $120, June $210 . . . 

Henderson, Wm., living expenses and travel 

Advertising, $68.19 ; King's Printer's account, $37.08 

Total, carried to page V — 3 



Vancouver Brill Hall. 

Viau & Lachance, building drill hall, estimate No. 11 to Mar. 31, 1901, on $65,658 + $16,000 

contract .... 

McKinnon, Thos., services as clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $120 



$ cts. 

11,979 26 

1,000 00 

86 00 

1,090 00 

108 50 
135 07 



14,349 43 



25 00 

26 90 



51 90 



1,639 41 



6,770 00 

15 00 

603 00 

133 36 



7,521 36 



1,920 00 
39 00 

637 00 
286 38 



2,882 38 



31,230 00 

1,420 00 

1,000 00 

8 50 

1,440 00 

35,098 50 



16,130 00 

33 00 

1,050 00 

101 80 

105 27 



17,420 07 



Total, carried to page V — 3. 
l-6iv 



46,390 00 
1,440 00 

47,830 00 



V-84 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Victoria New Post Office, &c, including Furniture. 

Leitch & Turnbull, contract complete for building freight elevator, $1,945; extra, $262.25; not 
yet paid for want of funds, $807.25 

Albion Iron Works : steel beams, plates, &c, 1,034 lbs. at 3^0., 62 at 5c, 76 at 6c; cartage, 
&c, $2.65 

Hinton Electric Co. : 1 auto, circuit breaker, $55 ; fr. motor brushes, 2 at $6 ; wiring from 
feeder to motor switchboard, $16.90; sundry supplies and alterations, $96.10 

Jardine, John, varnishing cases, railing, drawers, &c, glazing window, labour, 5 d. at $3.50; 
material, $16.57 ■ 

Macmillan, John, sundry repairs, alterations &c, carpenter, 99 h. at $3.50 

Meston, John : smithwork, $30.60; Nicholles & Rencuf, hardware, $26 

Sellick, Robt. : Portland cement, 23 brls at $3.75; lime, 4 brls. at $1.50; concrete, 7 1. at 
$1.25; sand, 4 1. at $1; sundries, $3.40; labourers, 64 d. at $2.25; bricklayers and plaster- 
ers, 22 d. at $4; team, 1| d. at $5 

Taylor Mill Co. : 1 pc cedar panelling, $14.75; 1 set panel door jambs, $8.75; sundry lumber, 
$41.82 

Total, carried to page V — 4 

William* Head Quarantine Station : Renewals, Painting, &c. 

Pay-lists, June 4-Aug. 1, 1900— 

Foreman, Macmillan, J., 18 d. at $5 

Carpenters : Somers, I., 20 d. at $3.50; Tubman, T., 6 d. at $3.50 

Labourers : Brown, T, 8 d. at $2.50; Sutherland, F., 8 d. at $2.50 

Repairing roof of hospital, building fence, &c: Fairfull, A., Ford, J., 18 d. each at $3.50. . 

Fashion Livery Stables : pole team . 

Hinton Electric Co. : telephones, 4 at $16; batteries, 10 at $1; galv. iron wire, 100 lbs. at 

10c ; sundries, $6.95; electrician and helper, 8 d. at $7 

Jardine, John ($3,079. 45)— 

Painting, papering and kalsoniining, Dr. Watts' residence: P. whiting, 300 lbs. at 5c; 
white glue, 50 lbs. at 40c; h. o. finish, 5 galls, at $3.50; varnish, Demer, 2 galls, at $3, 
h. b., 2 at $2.50; boiled linseed oil, 10 galls, at $1.25; w. lead, 200 lbs. at 10c; dado 
paper and border, $9.75 ; J. goldsize, 5 g. at $3.50; sundries, $18.65 ; labour, 64 d. at $4. 
Painting interior and exterior 2 coats, laundry power-house, tank-house, backdept. rooms 
&c, w. lead, 1,700 lbs. at 10c; g. ochre, 100 lbs. at 12c; b. linseed oil, 123 galls, at 

$1.25; turpentine, 12 galls, at $1.10 ; sundries, $8.60; labour, 108 d. at $4 

Painting, kalsomining, &c, in hospital: w. lead, 2,250 lbs. at 9c; mixed paint, 38 galls, 
at $2.25; b. oil, 117 galls, at $1.25; g. ochre, 175 lbs. at 20c; J. goldsize, 15 g. at $2.75; 
shellac, 4 galls, at $3.75; bl. japan, 10 galls, at $2.25; turpentine, 50 galls, at $1; 
putty, 225 lbs. at 7c; h. o. finish, 8 galls, at $3; w. glue, 45 lbs. at 40c; sundries, 

$17.50; labour, 325 d. at $3.75 

McGregor, A. & Son : 3 kegs nails, $10.85; cartage, 25c 

Nicholles & Renouf, hardware 

Sellick, Robt. : building fireplaces &c, asbestos, 5 sks. at $4.50 ; cement, 4 brls. at $4; lime, 
4 brls. at $1.50; bricks, 885, $15.30; sundries, $19.50; labour, bricklayer and plasterer, 15 

d. at $4; labourer, 11 d. at $2.25 

Spratt & Macauley : str. Earl, dockage, 4 d. at $1; water, 75c 

Taylor Mill Co., lumber, 1,060 ft. at $7.50, 1,000 at $10, 600 at $15, 260 at $18 ; pic. mould 

ing, 400 ft. at l^c. ; sundry lumber, $36.64 

Victoria Machinery Depot Co., repairing boiler, &c, labour, 211 h. at 50c, 2h at 55c 
material, &c, $56.91 



$ cts. 



Total carried to page V — 4 , 

Renewals and Heavy Repairs : Ruildings, Rritisli Columbia, Generally. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, maintenance (Page V— 135) 

Salaries of Clerks of Works. Assistants, &c. 

Ottawa — 

Adams, Samuel, clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 

Cowan, John, engineer, Langevin Block, 365 d. at $3.50 

Montreal : Desjardins, C, clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 

Quebec — 

Beland, P. H., clerk of works, 11 m. to May 31 at $91.66 ; 30 d. to June 30 at $3.50 ... 

Vermette, Theo., 365 d. at $2 

Winnipeg — ' 

Cyr, J. E., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Curran, Ada, clerk, 12 m. to June 30 ... 

Victoria : Henderson, Wm., clerk of works, 12 m. to June 30 



Less — Part of June charged to 1901-2 on account of vote running short. 
Total, carried to page V— 4 , 



1,400 00 


46 50 


180 00 


34 07 

346 50 

56 60 


347 90 


65 32 


2,476 89 


90 00 

91 00 
40 00 

126 00 
6 00 



146 95 

397 90 

789 55 



1,892 00 

11 10 

8 90 


164 05 
4 75 


74 27 


163 79 


4,006 26 


6,114 83 


1,200 00 
1,277 50 
1,080 00 


1,113 26 
730 00 


1,500 00 

540 00 

2,100 00 


9,540 76 
555 00 


8,985 76 



PUBLIC/ WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-85 



Public Buildings Generally : Electric and other Power for Running 

Elevators, A «•• 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, Maintenance , (Page V — 135) 

it Ottawa Buildings, Repairs ( n V — 94) 

Total, carried to page V — 4 

Public Buildings Generally. 

Adams, Samuel, clerk of works, Ottawa, travelling expenses, Maritime Provinces, Aug.- 

16-Sept. 24, 1900 

Beland, Ph., clerk of works, Quebec, travel and outlay, July 12, 1900- June 3, 1901 

Belanger, M. A., drugs, $17.50 ; Bryson, Graham & Co., trunk, $9.50 

Canty, Pat., clerk of works, Ottawa, travel to Charlottetown, P.E.I., re P. O. repairs, June 

28-July 23, 1901 

Charleson, W. G., hardware, $56.23 ; Golding Co., Boston, card cutter, $18 

Cowan, John, engineer, Ottawa, travelling expenses and outlay, Aug. 2-May 22, 1901 

Desjardins, C., clerk of works, Montreal, outlay, Jan. 15-Apl. 30, 1901.. . : 

Mansfield, W., pipe fitter, Ottawa, travel and expenses at Bathurst, N.B., Oct., 1900, 

changing furnaces in P. O. and Customs 

Ottawa Truss and Surgical Mfg. Co., rubber tubing, &c, $11.25 ; Pritchard- Andrews Co., 

die and ribbon, $3 

Ryan, Thos., Engineer Govt. Bdgs., Montreal, travel to St. Jerome, Dec. 21-22, 1900 

Smith, W. J., Engineer Govt. Bdgs., Toronto, 5 trips to Newmarket and return 

Stephen Bros., Ottawa, 3 panes ^-in. polished plate glass, 28 x 44 , 

Topley Studio, Ottawa, photographic supplies 

Expenses securing schedule of current wages : W. H. Coates, Sussex, N.B., $5; Ed. Little, 

Quebec, $28.57; Chas. Marsh, Toronto, $5.' '. 

Subscription to Can. Architect and Builder, year to Dec. 31, 1900 

Street cars : W. Billings, 25c; D. Ewart, $4 ; cabman, W. Hurtubuise, $6, 

Telegrams: C. P. R. Co., $571.70; G. N. W., $248.05 

Freight and express, C. A. Ry., $11.29 ; Can. Express Co., $26.40 ; C. P. Ry., $5.66 ; Dom. 

Ex press, $18.95 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, $973.51 ; King's Printer's account, $142.18 

Advertising 

Salaries at Ottawa 

Travel of Ottawa officials : Jos. Archambault, $33.40; F. Breton, $76.92; J. B. Charleson, 

$28.15; T. N. Doody, $41.40; D. Ewart, $130.80; Henri Hains, $63.65; D. A. Hewitt, 

$20.75; J. B. Lamb, $81.45 ; N. M. Mathe, $93.95 ; D. J. O'Donoghue, $442.60 ; J. S. 

J. Routhier, $286.90 ; L. F. Taylor, $165.50, less $70 advance of 1899-1900 (see page V— 

321, 1899-1900), Mrs. E. L. Turcot, $43.85 

Advances not accounted for : J. Archambault, $50 ; N. M. Mathe, $5.75 ; D. J. O'Donoghue, 

$28.65 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $64.95 ; L. F. Taylor, $30 

Overpayment to bank 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Ottawa Buildings : General Bepairs Pay Lists. 

Arial, Thos., carpenter, 19 d. July at $1.75, 289 5 d. Aug. -June at $2 

Auborne, E., mason, 2J575 d. July-Nov., Mar. -June at $2.50 

Baril, A., carpenter, 223J d. at $2 ; Batterton, Thos., labour, 247| d. at $1.25 

Baron, E., labour, 23£ d. July at $1.25, 194| d. Aug. -June at $1.50 

Beaune, J., painter, 331§ d. July- June at $2 

Bedard, C, carpenter, 265 d. Aug. -June at $2 

Belanger, A., labour, 312 d. July-June at $1 .75 

Belanger, O., painter, 312 d. July-June at $2 

Benoit, Ed., labour, 1330 d. July-Dec. at $1.50 

Bergeron, J., carpenter, 69 d. April-June at $2 

Beriault, Jas., labour, 78 d. Jan. -April at $1.25 

Biehler, Jno., bricklayer, 325} d. July- June at $2 50 

Boileau, J., labour, 142 d. July-Nov. at $1 .50 

Boivin, Dal, labour, 30889 d. July-June at $1 .50. 

Boucher, E., painter, 565 d. Aug.-Nov. at $2 

Boucher, Edouard, labour, 84 d. Jan. -June at $1 . 25 

Boulais, D., painter, 83 d. Jan. -April at $2 

Boulet, Phileas, plasterer, 8 d. July at $2 .50 

Bourginon G., plasterer, 30 d. July and Jan. at $2.50 

Boulet, A., labour, 199 d. Aug. -Feb. at $1 .75, 9 d. July at $1.50, 9 at 25c 

Boutin, J. B., carter, 38 d. July-Aug. at $2.25 

Boyne, Jas., labour, 32 d July-Oct. at $1.25, 154 d. Dec. -June at $1.50 

Brad, A., carpenter, 143^ d. July-Dec. at $2 

Brule, A., painter, 70 d. Jan. -April at $2 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



4,334 43 
693 34 

5,027 77 



243 37 
166 01 

27 00 


70 81 

74 23 

312 82 

6 80 


40 73 


14 25 
4 74 
9 25 

63 00 
109 05 


38 57 

2 00 

10 25 

819 75 


62 30 

115 69 

25 00 

56 79 



1,439 32 



179 35 


00 20 


4,891 28 


612 36 


614 38 


756 05 


321 51 


663 34 


530 00 


546 00 


624 00 


200 84 


138 00 


97 50 


813 13 


213 00 


463 34 


113 00 


105 00 


166 00 


20 00 


75 00 


364 00 


85 50 


271 00 


287 00 


140 00 



,219 95 



V-86 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Ottawa Buildings : General Repairs Pay Lists— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Buck, J. B., carpenter, 273 d. July-June at $2 

Burk, Geo., labour, 227 d. July-June at $1.50 

Bureau, Jas., labour, 170 d. July-Mar. at $1.25, 35£ d. Mar. -April at $1.50 

Byrne, Jos., labour, 106 d. July-Dec. at $1.25 

Cadieux, M,, painter's app., 33i d. Aug. -Sept. and Dec. at $1.25 

Carnot, H., labour, 241 d. July-April at $1.25 

Caron, A., carpenter, 307^ d. July-June at $2.25 ... 

Champagne, S., carpenter, 309 d. July-June at $2 ... . 

Charbonneau, A., labour, 30 d. Nov. -Dec. at $1 .50 

Charbonneau, L., labour, 29 d. Nov. -Dec. at $1 . 50 

Charbonneau, N., lather, 10 d. July at $2 

Charlebois, J. H., painter, 77 d. Nov. -Feb. at $2, labour, 6 d. Oct. at $1 .50 ... . 

Chartrand, Chs., carpenter, 51 d. May-June at $2 ... 

Cherry, S., carpenter, 263^ d. July-June at $2 

Chevrier, U., labour, 314f d. July-June at $1.50 

Chouinard, A., labour, 33^ d. Nov.-Dec. at $1.25 

Clary, J., plasterer, 12 d. July at $2.50 

Collins, Thos., labour, 95 d. Jan. -June at $1 .50 

Corbeil, A., painter, 314 J d. July- June at $2 

C6te, Is., carpenter, 338| d. July-June at $2.50 , 

Cote, R., labour, 264 d. July-April at $1.50 

Crevier, A., painter, 204 d. July- Aug., Nov. -June at $2.. 

Dagenais, Eug., labour, 113 d. July- Aug., Jan. -April at $1.25 , 

Dagenais, M., labour, 312| d. July- June at $1 25 

Daze, G., labour, 36 d. Nov.-Dec. at $1.25 

DeBeaumont, R., labour, 172 d. July, Dec. and Feb. -June *at $1.50 

Decoeur, H., labour, 132 d. July-Dec. at $1 .25. 

Delaney, J no., labour, 312 d. July-Dec. at $1 . 25 

Dery, Mack., plasterer, 37 d. July -Jan. at $2 . 50 

Dery, N., painter, 172^ d. July-Aug., Nov. -June at $2 , . 

Desjardins, S., carpenter, 309 d. July -June at $2 

DesRosiers, A., labour, 147§d. at $1.25 ; 

Devaney, Jas., labour, 144 d. July, Dec. and Feb. -April at $1 .50 

Dube, 6., labour, 312^ d. July-June at $1.50 

Duffield, E., labour, 19 d. July at $1 .25, 174^ d. Dec. -June at $1.50 

Dugal, C, labour, 118^d. July-No v. at $1.50 

Dussault, O., labour, 178 d. Oct. -April at $1.25, 31J d. July-Aug. at $1.50 

Ebbs, Thos., labour, 9 d. July at $1.50, 204 d. Aug. -June at $1.75, 9 at 25c. . . 

Fahey, Jas., labour, 225^ d. July -June at $1.25. 

Ferguson, G, painter, 60 d. Feb. -April at $2. ... . 

Foisy, F., painter, 131 56 d. July-Nov. at $2 

Fortier, N. A., carpenter, 32 d. July-Aug. at $2 

Fortin, S., carpenter, 310 d., July-June at $2 

French, T. W., labour, 151 d., July-Aug., Dec. -June at $1.50 

Gagne, E., labour 24 d., Nov.-Dec. at $1.25 

Gagnon, Thos., foreman of masons, 16261 d., July-Dec. at $2.50. . . . 

Gariepi, Eug., roofer, 17 d., July at $2 

Gauthier, D., plasterer, 21 d., July at $2.50 

Gauthier, J. V., painter, 312 '5 d., July- June at $2 

Gendron, S., labour, 108 d., July-Nov. at $1.25, 198 d., Dec. -June at $1.50. . . . 

Giasson, F., carpenter, 311 d., July-June at $2 

Gillespie, James, 3 m. Jan. -Feb. -Mar. at $50 

Goneau, A., mason, 31 d., July-Aug. at $2.50 

Gougeon, N., plasterer, 9 d., July at $2.50 

Goulden, Robt., labour, 57 d., Sept. -Nov. at $1.50 

Grant, A. T., painter, 2575 d., July-June at $2 

Granger, L, labour, 31 d., Nov.-Dec. at $1.50 

Grenon, Jas., carpenter, 187^ d., Oct. -April at $2 

Grieves, J. N., carter, 15 d., Aug. at $2.25 , 

Guay, A., painter, 312 d., July- June at $2 

Guindon, Alex., labour, 60 d., July-Sept, at $1.25, 253 d., Sept. -June at $1.50. 

Hardcastle, E., labour, 312 d., July-June at $1.25 

Hebert, Chs., carpenter, 309 d., July -June at $2 

Huot, P., labour, 292 5 d., July- June $1.50 

Hurteau, L., labour, 312 d., July- June at $1.50 

Isabelle, Chs., carpenter, 317 '79 d., July- June at $2 

Joncas, A., labour, 38 d., Nov.-Dec. at $1.50 

Killeen, D., labour, 48 d., July-Aug. at $1.25, 229 5 d., Sept. -June at $1.50. . . 

Labelle, J. P., labour, 198 d., Dec. -June at $1.50 , 

Labonte, L., labour, 127| d., July-Dec. at $1.25 , 

Laflamme, M, carpenter, 134 56 d., July-Nov. at $2 

Lafontaine, P., labour, 258 d., July-June at $1.50 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 

8,219 95 

546 00 

340 50 

265 76 

132 50 

41 89 

301 25 

691 88 

618 00 

45 00 

43 50 

20 00 

163 00 

102 00 

527 00 

472 25 

41 88 

30 00 

142 50 

628 34 

846 17 

396 00 

408 00 

141 25 

390 98 

45 00 
258 00 
165 00 
390 00 

92 50 

345 00 

618 00 

184 49 

216 00 

468 75 

285 50 

177 75 

269 75 

372 75 

281 88 

120 00 

263 11 

64 00 

620 00 

226 50 

30 00 

406 53 

34 00 

52 50 

625 01 

432 00 

622 00 

150 00 

77 50 

22 50 

85 50 

515 01 

46 50 
375 00 

33 75 
624 00 
454 50 
390 00 
618 00 
438 75 
468 00 
635 45 

57 00 
404 25 
297 00 
159 03 
269 11 
387 00 



29,729 47 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-87 



Ottawa Buildings : General Repairs Pay Lists — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Laing, R. S., labour, 312 d., July-June at $1.25. 

Lalande, F., labour, 218i d., July -June at $1.25 

Lalande, W, labour, 25 <5., June at $1.75 

Lamothe, Geo., painter, 19 d., Feb. at $2 

Landry, N., carpenter, 311 d., July- June at $2.25 

Landry, T., labour with team, 53i d., at $3 

Lapensee, D., labour, 131* d.. July-Dec. at $1.25, 192 d., Dec. -June at $1.50 

Laramee, G., Labour, 219^ d., Oct. -June at $1.50 

Larose, Chs., mason, 132 d., July-Nov., $2.50 

Latimer, Jas., blacksmith, 40J d., July-Aug. at $2 

Laurencelle, W., carpenter, 219 d., Oct.-June at $2.50 

Laberge, F., labour, 62 5 d., Jan. -June at $1.25 

Leblanc, O., carter, 7H d., Sept. -Nov. at $2.25 

LeBreton, J. B., labour, 8 d., Nov. at $1.50 

Legault, A., plasterer, 30483 d., July-June at $2.50 

Leger, F., painter, 23967 d., July-June at $2 

Leggett, H., carpenter, 125 d., July-Aug., Jan. -Apr. at $2 

Lelievre, N., labour, 19 d., Nov. -Dec. at $1.50, 86| d., Jan. -June at $1.25 

Lemaitre, Geo., labour, 131 d., July-Dec. at $1.25 

Lemay, J., labour 72 d., July-Sept, at $1.25, 184 "88 d., Oct.-June at $1,50 

Lemieux, J., painter, 319 d., July-June at $2 

Lepage, Chs., painter, 318 d., July-June at $2 

Lepine, S., labour, 32 d., Nov. -Dec. at $1.50 

Leveque, E., labour, 312 d., July-June at $1.25 

Lewis, James, plasterer, 63^ d., July-Aug., Jan. -June at $2.50 

Lortie, L, painter, 147^ d.,~July-Feb. at $2, 12 d., Dec. at $2.25 

Loyer, Ed., roofer, 37 d., July-Aug. at $1.75, 113 d., Dec. -June at $2 

Lyons, P., carpenter, 312 d., July- June at $2 

JVlaccra, A., labour, 190| d., July-June at $1.25. ... 

Major, Louis, labour, 84^d., Jan.-Apr. at $1.25, 36 d., May-June at $1.50. 

Marsolais, Ed., labour, 139 d., Dec. Mar. at $1.50 

Martel, Geo., painter, 198 d., July-Aug., Nov.-June at $2 

Mathieu, A., labour, 32 d., Nov. -Dec. at $1.50 

Mathieu, G., mason, 195^ d., July-June at $2.50 

Matte, J., painter, 209 d., July-June at $2 

Meilleur, M., labour, 312 d., July- June at $1 

Miller, Geo.: helper, 8425 d., July-June, at $1.50 ; labour, 20 d., Jan.-Feb., at $1.25 

Minehan, P., labour, 111 d., Oct.-Feb., at $1.50 

Monette, A., roofer, 233| d., Oct.-June, at $2 

Monette, O., bricklayer, 309944 d., July-June, at $2.50 

McCourt, Thos.. labour, 247 d. July-June, at $1.50 

McDonald, A. R., bricklayer, 224^ d., July-June, at $2.50 

McKain, Thos., carpenter, 310 d., July-June, at $2 

McNulty, A., plasterer, 23 d., Jan., at $2.50 

Newton, Wm., painter, 64 d., Feb; -June, at $2 

Normand, B., labour. 36 d., Nov.-Dec, at $1.50 

Normand, F., labour, 39 d., Nov.-Dec, at $1.50 

Normand, W., labour, 312 d., July- June, at $1.75 

O'Brien, W. D., labour, 16 d., Juiy, at $1.50 , 

O'Connor, J., labour, 204 d., July-June, at $1.50 

O'Connor, Robert, plasterer, 11 d. at $2.50. . . 

O'Donnell, J., mason, 55^ d., July-Nov., at $3 

O'Grady, M., labour, 304 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Olivier, E., carpenter, 311 d., July- June, at $2 

O'Neil, G., labour, 308 d., Julv-June, at $1.25 

Ouellette, J., labour, 63i d., July Dec, at $1.25 .- 

Ouellette, U., plasterer, "ll d. at $2.50 

Ouimet, XJ., painter's app., 69 d., July-Sept., at $1.50, 126 d., Dec-June, at $2 

Parize, Thim., labour, 8h d., Jan. -June, at $1.25, 95f d., July-June, at $1.50 

Pelan, Wm., carpenter, 64 d., Feb. -Apr., at $2 

Pelletier, H. , plasterer, 9 d., July, at $2.50 

Perier, L., labour, 300 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Picard, L., carpenter, 207^ d., Oct.-June, at $2 

Poirier, C. N., labour, 131 d., July- Dec, at $1.25 

Poitras, Aug., labour, 34 d., Nov.-Dec, at $1.50 

Pooley, H , labour, 275 16 d., July-June, at $1.50 

Prud'homme, B., labour, 312 d., July-June, at $1.50 

Queenel. L., labour, 202 d., Oct.-June, at $1.75 

Quinn, U.. labour, 31 d., July-Aug., at $1.25, 108 d., Feb. -Apr., at $1.50 

Raizeme, P., painter, 257 d., July-June, at $2 

Randall, J., painter, 17U d., July-June, at $2 

Regimbul, Chs., carpenter, 147 d., Aug. and Jan. -June, at $2 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 


29,729 47 


390 00 


273 13 


43 75 


38 00 


699 75 


160 50 


452 31 


329 25 


330 00 


80 50 


547 50 


78 13 


160 88 


12 00 


762 09 


479 34 


250 00 


136 95 


163 75 


367 34 


638 01 


636 00 


48 00 


390 00 


158 75 


321 67 


290 75 


624 00 


238 13 


159 00 


208 50 


396 00 


48 00 


488 75 


418 00 


312 00 


151 38 


166 50 


467 67 


774 86 


370 50 


561 25 


620 00 


57 50 


128 00 


54 00 


58 50 


546 00 


24 00 


306 00 


27 50 


166 50 


380 00 


622 00 


385 01 


79 38 


27 50 


355 50 


154 26 


128 00 


22 50 


375 00 


415 00 


163 75 


51 00 


412 76 


468 00 


■ 


200 75 


514 <m 


343 00 


294 oo 



51,085 27 



V-88 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWAKD VII., A. 1902 



Ottawa Buildings: General Repairs Pay-lists — Continued, 
Brought forward 



Reinhardt, P. D., asst. foreman of carpenters, 334*97 d., July-June, at $2.50.. . 

Richard, J., general jobber, 24 d., July, at $1.75, 288 d., Aug.-June, at $2 

Robillard, O., labour, 311 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Rochon, Joseph, labour, 194 d., Nov. -June, at $1.25 

Rourk, M., painter, 259k d., July-June, at $2 

Rodier, S., labour, 294 d., July-June, at $1 

Rose, D., plasterer, 3l£ d., Jan.-June, at $2.50 * 

Roy, Ant., labour, 294* 77 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Roy, D., labour, 311 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Roy, M., labour, 312 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Sauve, O., labour, 32 d., Nov., at $1.50 ., 

Sauve, J. R., labour, 99^ d., July- Aug. and Jan.-June, at $1.25 

Sauriol, U., painter, 62 d., July-Sept., at $2, 256 d., Sept.-June, at $2.25 

Savary, John, labour, 255 d., July- June, at $1.25.. 

Seguin, J., carpenter, 219 d., Oct.-June, at $2 ■.- 

Seguin, J. B., labour, 311 ■ 72 d., July- June, at $1.50. , . 

Sevigny, N., carter, 312J d., July-June, at $2.25 

Shea, Thos., carpenter, 324 '83 d., July- June, at $2 

Smith, N. F., general jobber, 3 d. at $1.75 in July 

Sutherland, J., plasterer, 31^ d., Jan.-June, at $2.50 

St. Jean, S., carpenter, 177 d., July-Aug. rnd Jan.-June, at $2 

St. Laurent, J B., carpenter, 315 d., July- June, at $2 , 

St. Martin, D., carpenter, 310 d., July-June, at $2 

Tasse, C. D., labour, 311 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Theberge, H., carpenter, 307 '06 d., July-June, at $2 

Thibault, A., carpenter, 232 d., July-Mar., at $2.50 

Thomas, F., labour, 72 d., July-Sept., at $1.25, 21839 d., Oct.-June, at $1.50. 

Tressider, Chs., labour, 312 d., July-June, at $1 50 

Trudel, A., cabinet-maker, 304 '5 d., July- June, at $2. , , 

Trudel, A. Z., general jobber, 312 d., July-June, at $2 

Turgeon, A., labour, 37'5 d.. Nov.-Dec, at $1.50.. 

Turner, G., labour, 34 d., Nov.-Dec, at $1.50. , 

Vaillancourt, F., labour, 1425 d., July-Dec, at $1.25 

Vallillee, Geo., plasterer, 21 d., July, at $2.50 

Vezina A., labour, 119 d., Feb. -June, at $1.25. . . 

Vezina, N., labour, 78 d., July-Dec, at $1.25 

Viau, H., labour, 309 d., July-June, at $1.25 

Webster, Ed. , bricklayer, 131 d., July-Dec, at $2 

Welch, Alex., plasterer, 20 d., July, at $2.50 

Ziske, O., labour, 6^ d., Jan. -Feb., at $1.25, 64 d., Feb. -April, at $1.50 

Error in course of adjustment 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. 

Public Works Department. 

Salaries in Department at Ottawa (Page V — 15) 

Clerk of Works Staff ($5,373.45). 

Foreman of carpenters, J. H. Ellis, 5 d. in Aug. at $3, 10 m. to June 30, 1901, at $91.25. . 

it painters, A. C6te, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

it roofers, A. Spenard, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

t, labourers, L. David, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

masons, S. Robitaille, 359 d. to June 30, 1901, at $2.50 

General jobber, A. Dion, 359 d. to June 30, 1901, at $1.75 



Mechanical Staff ($25,417.35). 



Archambault, A., helper, Dec -April 20, 4| m. at $18, 

Beaucage, A., horse and cart, 18 d. in April at $2 

Binks, T. , wood and coal man, 20 d. in April , 

Boyer, J., helper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $45.62. 

Butland, Win., electric bell hanger, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $65 

Catellier, A., wireman, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $50 

Charbonneau, N., helper, 12 m. to June 30 (less 11 d. in July) at $45.62. 

Clancy, Martin, asst. engineer, July, Sept.-June, 11 m. at $75 

Cousineau, Wm. , helper, 12 m. to June 30, at $45 .62 

Creegan, M., screening coal, 20 d. in April, 1901 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
51,085 27 



837 42 


618 00 


388 75 


242 50 


519 00 


294 00 


78 75 


368 48 


388 75 


390 00 


48 00 


124 38 


700 00 


318 76 


438 00 


467 59 


703 13 


649 67 


5 25 


78 75 


354 00 


630 00 


620 00 


388 75 


614 11 


580 00 


417 59 


468 00 


609 00 


. 624 00 


56 25 


51 00 


178 13 


52 50 


148 75 


97 50 


386 25 


262 00 


50 00 


104 13 


21 00 


65,357 41 



2,742 75 



927 50 
1,095 00 
912 60 
912 60 
897 50 
628 25 



84 00 


36 00 


25 00 


547 44 


780 00 


600 00 


531 25 


825 00 


547 44 


25 00 



77,574 74 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-89 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c— Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Mechanical Staff— Concluded. 

Croll, R., electric bell hanger, 12 m. to June 30, at $55 . 

Damarais, F., plumber and gasfitter, 5 d. in July, $8.87, Aug. -June (less 16 d. in Oct.) at 

$60, $029.03 

Desjardins, A., steainfitter, July, $55, Aug. -June, 11 m. at $60 

Devine, James, wireman, July-Oct. 7 at $45.62, $147.10, Nov. -June, 8 m. at $55 

Dube, J., helper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $45.62 

Dunn, A., wood and coal man. 20 d. in April, 1901 

Ferguson, J., care of shop, machines, storeman, &c, 12 m. to June 30 

Ferguson, Thos., pattern-maker, 12 m. to June 30 (less 15 d . in July) at $60 

Flanagan, M., helper, July-April 20, 1901, at $45.62 

Giroux, A., machinist, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $60 . 

Giroux, M., general mechanic, July 1- April 20, 1901, at $65 

Gleason, J., wireman, July 23- June 30, at $45 

Iiealy, Thos., smith, Aug. 29-April 20, 1901, at $55 

Hennessy, John, fireman and helper, July, Sept. -Jan., 6 m. at $48 

Hudon, A., wireman, July, $37.50 ; Aug. 1-Oct. 9 ; Nov. 17- June 30, at $50 

Jacques, F., pipe fitter, July $55, Aug. 1- April 20, at $60 

Jenkins, Wm., wireman, 12 m. to June 30 (less 20 d. in Aug.), at $55 

Johnston, Jas., foreman electric light, July- Jan., April, 8 m. at $70 

Kelly, James, steamfitter and plumber, July, Dec-June, 8 m. at $75 

Lachapelle, E., wood and coal man, 20 d. in April, 1901 

Langlois, O. , wood and coal man, 20 d. in April, 1901 

Lauzon, M., horse and cart, 18 d. in April, 1901 ; 

Letournay, A., plumber and gasfitter, 12 m. to June 30, at $60 

Mahon, J., engineer and fireman, July, $50 ; Aug. -June, 11 m. at $55 

Mahon, M., wireman, July-Oct., 4 m. at $45.62 ; Nov.-April 20, at $50 

Michaud, E , wood and coal man, 20 d. in April, 1901 

O'Keefe, Wm., care of closets, 228 d. to April 20, at $1.25 

O'Neil, Angus, wireman, Oct. 24- April 20, 154 d. at $2 

Paradis, E., helper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, as $45.62 

Perkins, S., steamfitter, July 10-31, at $55, $39.03; Aug. 1- April 20, at $60 

Pilon, J., helper, July- Aug., Dec. -June, 9 m. at $45.62 

Riendeau, A., helper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $45.62 

Rice, John, machinist, July, $55; Aug. -April 20, June 13-30, at $60, $556. 

Ross, Geo., mechanic, Oct. 25- April 20, at $55 

Saunderson, G. F., steamfitter, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $60 

Servant, Ls., helper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $45.62 

Smith, John, plumber and gasfitter, July- Aug., Dec -June, 9 m. at $65. . 

Smith, Win., foreman engineer, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $90 

Starrs, Wm., steamfitter, July 9-31, Sept 1- April 20, at $55 

Thompson, Wm., electric bell hanger, 12 m. to June 30. 1901, at $50 

Whalen, Mathew, smith, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $75 

Whalen, Michael, helper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $45.62 



Sundry. 
I. Cote, on account of pay-lists; 82207, $50; 85263, $50; (J. P. Labelle), 85354, $100. . . 

Less not charged to this vote : 

Ottawa Public Buildings— Renovating, painting, &c (Page V— 75). .$ 5,866 80 

H Fitting up Customs Offices, Wel- 
lington Street ( ., V— 75).. 2,986 47 

" Supreme Court, new boiler ( m V— 75).. 134 38 

P. O. & C. N., new boiler ( „ V— 75) . 78 75 

Heating ( ,. V— 96).. 540 00 

Removal of snow ( „ V— 99).. 1,630 38 

Rideau Hall, fire protection, &c ( .. V— 76). . 070 86 

Experimental farms ( „ V— 143) . . 942 50 

Maria Street Bridge ( „ V— ) . . 215 00 

1901-1902 27,279 07 



40,344 21 

Agricxdture Department. 

Bailey, George, smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Harris & Campbell, oak flat top rotary desk 

Slater & Sherwood, rent of shop, 191 Sparks St., used as model room, 9 m. to April 1, 1901. . 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
77,574 74 

660 00 

637 90 
715 00 
587 16 
547 44 
25 00 
720 00 
690 97 
427 75 
720 00 
628 33 
508 06 
426 98 
288 00 
476 56 
575 00 
624 52 
560 00 
600 00 
25 00 
30 41 
36 00 
720 00 
655 00 
465 81 
30 41 
285 00 
308 00 
547 44 
559 03 
410 58 
547 44 
611 00 
324 08 
720 00 
547 44 
585 00 
1,080 00 
462 47 
600 00 
900 00 
547 44 



200 00 
99,190 96 



58,846 75 



13 60 

65 00 

1,275 00 



60,200 35 



V-90 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Auditor General's Office ($491), 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., 240 cheque file drawers at $2 

Lahaise Bros., 2 tables, $6 ; 2 chairs, $4 

McMillan, A., clock repaired, Room No. 49 ...... 



Census, Seybold Block ($2,615.45). 



Mercier, Horace, caretaker, May 15- June 20, 1901, 37 d. at $1.50 

McCullough & Cowan, Condor cement, 50 casks at $3.25 ; cartage, $5. . , 
Provost Bros.: 6 stoves 'Quebec Heater,' $108; pipes and elbows, $9.45 
Seybold, J. A. ($2,275)- 

Rent of Sparks St. building, quarter to Feb. 28, 1901, at $6,500 

On account of rent for quarter ended May 31, 1901 



Customs Department ($869.80). 






Bailey, George, smith work, Sept., 1900 

Leblanc, J. O.: revolving chairs, 9 at $9.50 ; office chair, $5.50 

McMillan, A., 8-day clock, $6.50 ; Woods, Jas. W., awning, $8.50 

Ottawa Building Co., rent of building, Nos. 98 and 100 Wellington St., 6 mos. to Jan. 31, 1901 

Dominion Police 

McMillan, A., 2 30-day clocks at $15 



Finance Department ($7 11.42 \. 

Bailey, George, smith work, July-Sept., 1900 

Ives, H. R. & Co., Montreal, steel barriers for vault, contract. 
McMillan, A., clock repaired 



French Translators 
Ranger, D. V., rent of 2nd floor of premises, cor. Clarence and Sussex Streets, 12 m. to April 

30, 1901 .TTTrrrrr:. 



Geological Museum ($456.95). 



Bailey, George, smithwork, Sept., 1900 

Baskerville, P. & Bros., rent of Sussex St. building, 9 mos. to March 1, 1901 
Piche, Pierre, cleaning chimneys, 11 at 50c 



House of Commons ($122.95). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Ju]y-Sept., 1900 

Davidson & Thackray : 235 ft. 1-in. dressed lumber, $7 . 58 ; cartage, 50c 

Grieves Bros., supplying and maintaining flowers during session for Speaker of H. of C 

McMillan, A.: clock repaired, $1 ; thermometer, $2.50 

Robertson, James, Co., Montreal : plain white Acme closet with No. 2 flushometer, $32.50 
marble floor slab, &c. , $4 . 42. 



Indian Affairs ($70.35). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Julv-Sept., 1900. 

Leblanc, J. O.: desk, $30 ; revolving chair, $9.50 
McMillan, A. : 2 clocks repaired, $2 ; 8-day clock, 



Inland Revenue Dept. ($385.08). 



Bailey, Geo. , smithwork, July-Sept 

Dickson, R. A., & Co., Montreal, 2 clocks 

McNeill, E. R. : typewriter chairs, 1 at $10.50, 1 second hand, $5 ..... 

Ross, The C, Co.: Brussels carpet, 78| yds. at $1.25; Axm. carpet, 54g yds. at $1.65; 82 

yds. lining at 8c; making, &c, $11.73 ; Axm. mat, $7.50 

Woods, James W., awnings, 3 at $8, 2 at $5 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 


60,200 35 


480 00 

10 00 

1 00 


55 50 
167 50 
117 45 


1,625 00 
650 00 


13 80 

91 00 

15 00 

750 00 



30 00 



94 92 

615 50 

1 00 



420 00 



1 45 

450 00 

5 50 



29 45 
8 08 

45 00 
3 50 

36 92 



21 85 

39 50 

9 00 



108 65 
13 00 
15 50 

213 93 
34 00 

66,373 35 






PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-91 



Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, Furniture, Sec— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Interior Dept. ($1,722:05). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Bank of Ottawa, rent of premises over Bank of Ottawa, year to July 1, 1900. 

Harris & Campben,~Targe b. w. table for Deputy Minister 

McMillan, A., 4 clocks repaired 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto, roll top oak desk 



Justice Dept. ($845.80). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., 136 Eclipse spec. doc. steel flat files with extensions and com- 
pressors, for Solicitor General's office at $6 

Goyer, David, repairing clock, $2.50 ; Leblanc, J. O., revolving chair, $9.50 

McMillan, A., 2 clocks repaired 

Labour Dept. ($692). 

Molson's Bank, rent: Sept., 1900, $92, 1st and 2nd flats, 6 mos. to Mar. 31, 1901, $600 

Langevm Block ($664.64). 

Butterworth & Co., sundries, $2.50 ; Cowan, John, street car tickets, $13.50 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto : elevator cable, 5,248 ft. at 12c. ; 6-in. oak tan valve 

leathers, 4 at $1.50 ; freight, $7.88 

Howell, Estate of Samuel : rent of easement, under lease No. 3,287 of April 25, 1898, year 

to April 25, 1901 



Library ($1.85). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July, 1900 

Marine and Fisheries Department ($26.60). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900. . . 
Woods, Jas. W., awnings, 1 at $9.50, 1 at $5. 



Militia Department ($564 55). 

Bailey, Geo. , smithwork, July Sept. , 1900. 

Ross, C., Co., arm chair, $12.50 ; Woods, Jas. W., awning, $7.50. . .• 

Slater & Sherwood ($469.75)— 

Rent of room, 19 and 30 Sparks Chambers, 12 in. to April 1, 1901 

Electric light, Nov. 15, 1899- July 1, 1900, Oct. 1- April 1, 1901, 12i m. at $2.50. 

Rent of vault, July 15, 1899- April 1, 1901, 20i m. at $5 



North-iuest Mounted Police ($540). 
Slater & Sherwood, rent of 172 Wellington Street, 12 m. to March 15, 1901. 

Ottaiva Post Office, Custom House, &c. 
Ottawa Electric Co., motor current, 1 h. p. to Jan. 31, 1901. 



Post Office Department ($549.50). 

Bailey. Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Merrick, W. J., 2 slat blinds, 110 sq. ft. at 8c 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto, 36 drawer oak Lang doc. cabinet 

Slater & Sherwood, rent of part of upper flat of Sparks Chambers, Aug. 7-Nov. 7, 1899, April 
1-June 1, 1900, 5 m. at $15 ; June 1-Feb. 1, 1901, 8 m. at $45 



Printing Bureau ($440- 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, Sept. 1900, 75c. ; Butterworth & Co., hardware, $28.94 

Dupuis, D., Hull : t, and g. boards, d. 25, 1,440 ft. at $30, 300 at $28 ; cartage, $1 

Leblanc, J. O. : 4 common tables, $8 ; 5 plain arm-chairs, $10 

Royal Electric Co., Montreal : 7-in. green plated shades, 325 at 40c, 50 at 60c. ; portables, 8 
gooseneck at 82.10, 4 straight at $1.90; fibre lined Ed. key socket, 325 at 16c. ; cleat 
rosettes, 330 at 12c. ; 15 amp. br. cutouts, 1:50 at 13c. ; sundries, $43.06 ; packing, $2.15 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
66,373 35 



23 30 

1,600 00 

40 00 

3 75 

55 00 



15 30 

816 00 

12 00 

2 50 



692 00 

16 00 

643 64 

5 00 



12 10 
14 50 



74 80 
20 00 

336 00 

31 25 

102 50 



540 00 



33 34 



23 20 

8 80 
82 50 

435 00 



2«) 69 
52 60 
18 00 



340 71 



72,454 68 



V-92 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, &c. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Privy Council (-$50.40). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Public Works Department ($2,044.68). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Borbridge, S. & H.: repairing bag, -SI ; grommets puc in maps, S2 

Boucher, Ed., second-hand coal stove for workshop 

Butterworth & Co. : 50 lbs solder, §14.50 ; step ladder, $1.25 ; tap, 75c. 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co.: 18 drawer oak letter cabinet and base, §51 ; 13 doz. No. 4 anchor 

binding cases, 852 

Harris & Campbell : large b. w. desk, 8125 ; oak flat top desk, 818.50 

Lahaise, Bros, 2 office tilting chairs, 811.50 ; Leblanc, J. O., oak stool, 84.35. . . , 

McMillan, A. : 8 clocks repaired, 89.50, clock, 86. . 

McNeil, E. R.: typewriter tables, 2 at 86.50 ; chairs, 4 at §10.50, 1 at 810, 1 plush at 815; 

table cover, 84.25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co Toronto, ant oak roll top desk 

Orr, Robt., wire and iron guard, lock, etc., 22 ft. 3 in 

Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co.: 10 bags fire clay, §14 ; 10 bags asbestos fibre, 820 ; 25 sq. ft. 

6x6 tiles, 810 ; 3 brls. plaster paris, 86.38 

Pritchards- Andrews Co.: 57 ft. brass railing, 9 bottom flanges, 7 top boxes, etc. contract 8115 ; 

24 ft. iron pipe 86 ; set rubber letters 82.75 

Ross, C. Co., 2 tables 

Stephen Bros., 2 panes § in. polished plate glass, 34 x 56 for photo branch 

Valliere, Geo. Quebec : desks, 6 roll top at 845, 2 flat at 840 ; chairs, 11 revolving at 89.50, 1 

at 810.50, 14 ordinary, 827, 2 arm. 810 ; stools, 4 at §4.50, 1 at 85 ; tables, 2 at 812, 2 at 

818 ; 2 letter press at 88.5C ; map racks, 2 at 830 ; bookcase, 830 ; mirrors, 2 at 83 ; Brussels 

carpet, 79 yds. at 81.25 ; cocoa fibre, 26 yds. at 80c; rugs, 2 at 86 ; sheepskin mat, 83.50. 

Railv:ay and Canals Department ($292.74). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept. 1900 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd., door, &c, 819.75 ; cartage 25c 

Harris & Campbell, large oak table covered top, 829 ; oak book rack for do., 83.75 

Rosenthal, A. , chime clock 

Ross, The C. Co.: carpet, 27i yards, at $1.75, 21f at 81.50, 53 at 81.35, 34 at 81.25; making, 
etc., 816.15 



Secretary of State ($4-45) 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept. 1900 

Senate ($124.79). 

Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Grieves Bros., supplying and maintaining flowers during session for Speaker of Senate. 
Marshall & Fudge, cleaning 1966 yds. of carpet at 4c. 



Supreme Court ($171). 



Bailey, Geo., smithwork, July-Sept., 1900 

Harris & Campbell : repairing frames, restuffing and covering 6 couches at 813.75, 3 easy 

chairs at 812.50, wire back easy chair, 817 

Leblanc, 3 . O., 3 revolving chairs at 89.50 



Trade and Commerce ($25.50). 

McNeill, E. R., typewriter chairs, 3 at 88.50 

Clerk of Works Branch of Public Works Dept ($2,707.99). 

Archambault, Jos., Ottawa, 500 lbs. bladder putty at 3^c 

Belanger, Mrs. V. A., cotton wipers, 63 lbs. at 10c 

Breton, Frs., street car tickets 

Butterworth & Co. , hardware, &c 

Charlebois, D. N.: doz. brooms, 84 ; 2 boxes soap, 810 ; doz. cotton clothes lines, 81.75 

Desrivieres, J. A.: basswood, d. 2 s., 3,063 ft. of \ in. at 830, 2,010 of g in. at 828, 1,020 of \ 

in. at 825 ; cartage, 83 

Gingras, L. P., Quebec, solarine, 3 pints at 81, 6 chopine at 50c 

Landry, T., cartage, July-Sept. 19, 1900, Tlh d. at 87.25 

Leclair, L., 3 d. work, 84.50 ; May, Geo. & Sons, trunk handles and loops, 85.60 

Carried forward 



8 cts. 
72,454 68 



50 40 



509 20 

3 00 

5 00 

16 50 


103 00 

143 50 

15 85 

15 50 


84 25 
45 00 
19 15 


50 38 


123 75 
12 50 
65 00 



833 05 



5 65 
20 00 
32 75 
24 00 

210 34 



4 45 



1 15 
45 00 
78 64 



5 50 



137 00 
28 50 



25 50 



17 50 

6 30 

13 60 

131 26 

15 75 

176 67 

6 00 

163 12 

10 10 



75,708 49 



PUBLIO WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-93 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, See. — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Clerks of Works Branch of Public Works Dept. — Concluded. 

Montgomery, R. S. & Son, 2 sacks plaster hair, $2.40 ; Ottawa Sand Co., 2 yds. sand, $1.50. . 

McCullough & Cowan, 25 brls. Portland cement at $2.75 

Ottawa City Board of Health, cleaning box at 172 Wellington St 

Quebec h ire Assurance Co., insurance on tools, year to Mar. 10, 1901 

Robillard, O.: 70 lengths stove pipe, $10.50 ; 48 pes. mica, $7.92 ; elbows, wire, &c, $4.50. . . 
Slater Estate ($870)— 

Kent of ISO Wellington St. for workshop, 9 in. to April 1, 1901 

Kent of lot No. 11 Wellington St, for yard, 9 m to April 1, 1901 

Stephen Bros., glass, paint, &c 

Storey, D.: 1-in. good sidings, 3,040 ft. at $50 ; 1 in. T. &.G., d. 2 s., 3,000 ft. at $26, 2,000 at 

$25 ; table legs, 6 sets at $2.50 ; sundry lumber, $106.71 ; dressing lumber, $13.40 ; cartage, 

$6.50 ... 

Vaive, Pierre, 25 yds. sand at 75c; Woods, Jas. W., repairing flags, $6 

Wright, Mrs. Mary, rent of 180-184 Wellington St. for workshop, Feb. 14 to Feb. 1, 1901, 

Him. at $50 



Mechanical Branch of Public Works Dept. ($805.5//). 

Ahearn & Soper, Ottawa : portable stand lamps, 12 at $1.60 ; shades, 12 frosted at 75c; 20 
green and white at 85c, 42 at 50c; No. 16 flex, cord, 600 ft. at 3c; No. 14 R. C. wire, 500 
ft. at 3c ; sundries, $23.55 



Butterworth & Co. : 12 14-in. marble basins, $15 ; 12 basin cocks, $15 ; water gauge glasses, 3 

doz. at $4.50, 2 doz. at $5; hardware, &c, $88.43 

Canadian General Electric Co., Toronto, sundry electrical supplies 

Charlebois, D. N.: 2 doz. corn brooms, $7.50; case of matches, $5; 3 galls, neatsfoot oil, 

$4.50 ; sundries, $15.20 

Cote & Coursolles : 2 portable lamps, $5 ; 6 Argand shades and 6 holders, $6.60 ; cartage, 15c. 

Graves Bros., tools for electric wiremen 

Gurney Foundry Co. , Toronto, 2 Nason Rod bases and tops 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., Toronto: 89 ft. ^ in. corrugated tubing, $10.02 ; § in. 

packing, 31 lbs. spec, pressed at 33c , 34 of pyramid bluestone at 54c 

King, Wm., street car tickets for workmen, July 8- Aug. 31, 1900 

Lloyd, Wm. A., ^ gall, alcohol, $2.75 ; Ottawa Fireproof Supply Co., 25 lbs. packing at 50c. 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., Montreal, 2,516 ft. of f to 2 in. iron pipe 

Royal Electric Co., Montreal : portables, 8 gooseneck at $2.11, 6 straight at $1.90 ; keysockets, 

100 at 18c ; 927 ft. cable, $12.36 ; sundries, $12 ; packing, $1 

Wingate Chemical Co., 54 galls, sulpho napthol at $1.50 



Coal Shed, Public Works Dept. ($20.75). 

Dupuis, D., 25 pes. of 16 x 3 x 11, 1,125 ft. at $18 ; cartage, 50c 

Centre Block ($49. SO). 



Goyer, David, 3 m. care of tower clock to Oct. 1, 1900 

Piche, Pierre, cleaning chimneys, Senate and Commons, 54 at 45c 

East Block {$388.35). 

Ottawa Electric Co., 12 h.p. motor current for elevator, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1901. 
Piche, Pierre, cleaning chimneys, 81 at 35c 



West Block {$1,487.32). 

Fensom Elevator Works, Toronto, brass rack for elevator 

Goyer, David, repairing and cleaning clock 

Piche, Pierre, cleaning chimneys, 124 at 35c, 9 in Mackenzie Tower at $3 

Woods, Samuel, Montreal, linoleum for W.B. passages, 1,038£ yds. at $1.35. . . 



Fire Protection, Government Buildings. 
Ottawa Electric Co , current for fire pumps, 3 yrs. to May 3, 1901, at $100. 



Sundry Expenses. 

Freight and express : American Express Co, 45c; C. A. Ry., $117.43; Can. Express, $10.15; 

C. P. Ry., $39.33 : Dom. Express, $6.65 

King's Printer's account, $2 41 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $16.25 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
75,708 49 



:; do 
68 75 

1 40 

112 50 

22 92 



600 00 
270 00 

66 si; 



421 61 

24 75 

575 00 



122 75 



141 93 
79 54 


32 20 
11 75 
21 90 
21 60 


38 61 

11 67 

15 25 

155 70 


71 64 
81 00 



20 75 



25 00 
24 30 



360 00 
28 35 



12 40 

3 00 

70 40 

1,401 52 



300 00 



174 01 

18 66 



81,120 11 



V-94 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Ottawa Buildings: Repairs, Furniture, Sec— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Detailed elsewhere. 



Services previous to July 1, 1900, detailed in 1899-1900, page V— 114. 
Total, divided as below , 



Charged as follows : — 
Ottawa Buildings 



-Repairs (Carried to page V 



pa 



4) $ 110,279 16 

Fitting up offices over Molson's Bank for Labour Dept (Page V — 99) 686 66 

Power for elevator, &c (Page V— 85) 693 34 

Rents : Ottawa and other Buildings (Page V— 100) 10,356 75 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating. 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., inspection of steam boilers in Parliament and Depart- 
mental Buildings, 19 at $10 

Citizen Gas Control Co., use of gas controllers, 12 m. to Apl. 6, 1901 

Heney, John & Son : coal delivered under contract, 1899-1900, 4,570 412 tons at $4.65; less 

$20,500 paid 1899-1900 (page V— 114) 

Heney, John & Son: paid on account of coal contract for 1900-1901 (4,335*232 tons having 

been delivered at contract rate of $5.60, $24,277.33) ... 

Heney, John & Son : handling 329.662 tons of steam coal, hoisting at foot of locks at 17c. a 

ton ; drawing from foot of locks to shed at 45c. a ton 

Heney, J. J. : hardwood, 11A cords at $6.50, 3 at $6 ; kindling, 19h cords at $3.75 

Lloyd, W. A., sal soda, 336 lbs. at lfc . , 

McCullough & Co., cannelcoal, 100 09 tons at $8.. 

Macfarlane, James, asst. insp. W. and M., inspection of scales 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas supplied for heating, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, at $1.25 a M. ft. from Jan 
1-Apl. 1, 1900. and $1 a M. ft. from Apl., 1900- Jan. 1, 1901 ($1,666.32)— 

East Block, 9,500 c. ft. at $1.25, 12,700 at $1 ; meter rent, $6 , 

West Block, 6,600 c. ft. at $1.25, 13,900 at $1 

West Block (extension) 30,000 c. ft. at $1 .25, 74,400 at $1 , 

House of Commons, 76,300 c. ft. at $1.25, 96,100 at $1 

The Senate, 130,800 c. ft. at $1.25, 215,600 at $1 , 

Library of Parliament, 17,100 c. ft. at $1.25, 28,700 at $1 

Government Printing Bureau, 174,300 ft. at $1.25, 567,400 at $1 

Supreme Court, 1,400 c. ft. at $1.25, 3,600 at $1 ; meter rent, $6 

Geological Museum (small meter), 10,000 c. ft. at $1.25, 37,900 at $1 ; meter rent, $3.60 

Langevin Block, 12,000 c. ft. at $1.25, 11,800 at $1 ; meter rent, $3.60 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., repairing scales at canal basin 

Provost Bros., stove (Quebec Heater, No. 3), for weigh-house at canal basin 

Slater & Sherwood, egg coal, 10 tons at $5.50 

Walworth Mfg. Co., standard 4-in. dial hot water thermometers, 2 at $3.60 

White, James : hardwood, 121 "4 cords of mixed at $4.75, 4 cords of 1 cut at $5.50, 26 cords of 

2 cut at $6.50, f cord of 3 cut at $7 ; kindling, 15 cords at $3.75, 23| at $2.75 

Express charges, C. A. Ry. Co 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, $27.25 ; King's Printer's account, $48.42 , 

Advertising 



Parliament Buildings: Attending Heating Apparatus ($7,504.82). 

Engineer, Thos. Wensley, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $85 

Asst.-engrs. at $62: H.Spence, July 1-Jan. 23, $418; E. Gariepy, Mar. 18- June 30, $214 
• T. Daly, 12 m. to June 30, $744 

Asst. engineer at $55, Geo. Macdonald, Feby. (bal. of salary see Dept. Bdgs.) 

Firemen at $48 : F. X. Audette, July-Nov. (less 5 days), $232.10 ; E. Benoit, Dec. 21 -June 
30, $305.03; P. Farrell, 12 m., $576; A. Hudon, Nov. 15-June 30, $361.60; T. Mul- 
rooney, Nov. 15-Apl. 30, $265.60; J. Reeves, 12 m., $576 ; J. Roy, 12 m., $576. .. 

Wood and coal men : T. Binks, Nov. 15-Mar. 31, at $37.50, $170 ; A. Bourgeois, July and 
Aug. at $37.50, Sept. -June at $45.62, $531.20; R. Marineau, 12 in. at $37.50, $450- E 
Michaud, July and Aug. (less 3 d.) at $37.50, Sept. 1-Mar. 28 at $45.62, $386.29 

Man with horse and cart, Jas. Gorman, 312 d. at $2 , 



Departmental Buildings: Attending Heating Apparatus ($13,183.54). 

Engineers and firemen at $55 : Mich. Gallagher, July and Aug., $110 ; Wm. Hill, 12 m. 
$660; O. Migneault, Sept. 19-June 30, $517; Geo. Macdonald, Sept. -Jan., Mch.-June 
(for Feby. see Barl. Bdgs.), $495 

Fireman, Geo. Macdonald, July and Aug., 2 m. at $53 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
81,120 11 

40,895 80 



122,015 91 



122,015 91 



190 00 
90 83 

752 42 

22,280 00 

204 39 
165 88 

5 88 
808 72 

3 01 



30 58 

22 15 
111 90 
191 48 
379 10 

50 08 
785 28 

11 35 

54 00 
30 40 

6 00 
11 25 

55 00 

7 20 

893 84 

82 

75 67 

90 72 



1,020 00 



1,376 00 
55 00 



2,892 33 



1,537 49 
624 00 



1,782 00 
106 00 



36,700 77 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-95 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Departmental Buildings — Continued. 
Firemen, at 948 : J. B. Belanger, 12 m., $576 ; S. Chapman, Oct. 12-Apl. 30, $318.97 ; O 



Clairmont, Nov. 16-Apl. 30, $264 ; M. Costello, 12 m. 
30, $267.20; T. Dugal, Nov. 14-June 30, $363.20; J. 
Dec. 10-Apl. 9, $192.46 ; John Hennessy, Feb. -June, 
30, $267.20 ; N. Martin, 12 m., $576 ; A. Mason, 12 in. 
Apl. 9, $212.80 ; P. O'Connor, Nov. 19-Apl. 9, $225.60 



$576 ; J. Dallaire, Nov. 14-Apl. 
Ethier, 12 m., $576 ; R. Gavin 
$240 ; J. Hyland, Nov. 14-Apl. 
$576 ; D. Mathewson, Nov. 27- 
T. Renaud, 12 m. $576 ; A. Ross, 



12 m., $576 ; R. B. Smith, Nov. 27-Mar. 15, $173.63; T. Whalan, 12 m., $576, 

Weighing coal, M. F. Smith, 357 days at $2 

Wood and coal men at $45. 62: O. Langlois, Oct.-Mch., $273.72 ; Geo. Turner, 12 m. $547.44. 

Wood and coal men at $37.50 : M. Creegan, Aug. 9-Mar. 31, June 7-30, $320.32; A. Dunn 
Nov. 15-Mar. 31, $170 ; E. Lachapelle, Nov. 5-Mar. 31, $182.50 ; O. Langlois, July- 
Sept., $112.50 ; Ph. Marchand, 12 m., $450 

Wood and coal men, days at $1.25 : Jos. Fitzpatrick 52, Jos. Fitzsimmons 79, Thos. Nash 
78, Andy Racicot, 103 

Men with horse and cart, days at $2 : L. Beaucage 169, J. B. Boutin 222, M. Lauzon 110. . . . 

Langevin Block : Attending Heating Apparatus ($4,140.33). 

Pipe-fitters : Geo. Sparks, July- Aug., Oct. -Feb., Apl. -June, 10 m. at $60 ; Sept. and Mch. 

charged to Exp. Farm, Wm. Mansfield, 12 mos., (less 11 d. in Oct.) at $55 

Firemen, at $45 : Jas. Boyne, 22 d. in Apl. $33 ; J. Daigneault, 12 m., $540 ; J, B. Delorme 

12 m., $540; M. Lepine, July 1-Apl. 3, $409.50; O. Ranger, July-April (less 16 d. in 

Aug.) $426.77 

Cleaning globes, steam valves, &c. : Martin Carroll, 12 m 

Helper, A. McDonald, July- Aug., Nov. -Feb., Apl. -June, 9 m. at $45.62, (Sept. and Mch. 

charged to Exp. Farm) 

Printing Bureau : Engineers and Firemen ($3,732.68). 

Engineer, J. H. Thompson, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Asst. engr., W. H. Graham, July, $65. Aug.-June, 11 m. at $75 

Firemen, 12 m. each at $45.63 : M. Loyer, $547.56 ; Jas. Montgomery, $547.56 ; Nap. Rien- 
deau, $547.56 



Elevator Service 



>,125.17). 



Langevin Block, engineer of pumps, A. Dugal, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $60 

Langevin Block, fireman, D. Plane! let, 12 m. to June 30 at $45 

Langevin Block, elevator attendants, 12 mos. each at $45 : Thos. Caron, $540 ; P. Kilduff. 
S540 ; Nap. Proulx, $540 ; Ls. Remillar, $540 ; Wm. Stirling, $540 ; J. A. St. George, $540! 

West Block, elevator attendant, D. Goode, 12 m. (less 10 d.) at $45.62 

East Block, elevator attendant, J. B. Rioux, 11 m. at $45, 1 m. at $50. . 

East and West Blocks, elevator attendant relief, A. Lessard, 12 m. at $45.62 



Sundry Watchmen ($2,731.75). 



East and West Blocks, watchman, Jas. Little, 12 m. at $48. . . 

Supreme Court, watchman, R. Nash, 12 m. at $48 

Rideau Hall, watchman, Geo. Sleeman, 365 d. at $1.50 

Government Workshop, watchman, -Jas. Dunlop, 12 m. at $48. 
Parliament Tower, caretaker, Geo. Vincent, 365 d. at $1.25.. 



Electric Pumps ($779.99). 
Services in connection with electric pumps, J. M. Leamy, 12 m. to June 30 at $65. 

Sundry Services {$123). 

Grosbois, V. G.: services, Feb. 15-March 31, 1901, 45 d. at $1.50 

Guilmont, A. : services, Feb. 23-March 31, 1901, 37 d. at $1.50 



Experimental Farm ($1,043.57 ). 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co. : inspection of steam boilers, 2 at $10 

Heney, J. J.: hard maple, 15 cords at $5.75 ; soft wood, 4 cords at $3.75 ; cartage, $14.25. 

Heney, John & Son : sawn maple, 10 cords at $5.75 ; extra cartage, $7.50 

McCullough & Co.: coal, 25 77 tons at $6.10, 115 '27 tons at $5.95 

Carried forward . 



$ cts. 
36,700 77 



7,133 06 
714 00 
821 16 



1,235 32 

390 00 
1,002 00 



1,240 48 



1,949 27 
540 00 

410 58 



1,200 00 
890 00 

1,642 68 



720 00 
540 00 


3,240 00 
532 73 
545 00 
547 44 


576 00 
576 00 
547 50 
576 00 
456 25 



•79 99 



67 50 
55 50 



20 00 
115 50 

65 00 
843 07 

66,672 80 



V-96 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Ottawa Buildings : Heating — Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Sundry. 

Detailed in 1899-1900, charged to 1900-1 (Page V— 116) 

Detailed with ' Ottawa Buildings, Repairs ' (Page V— 89) 

Less— Charged to "Dom. Buildings Maintenance" : Exp. Farm. (Page V— 135) 1,043 57 
Chaiged to 1901-2 ... 5,977 34 



Total, carried to page V— 4 . 



Ottawa Buildings: Lighting 



Ahearn & Soper : 16 c. p. 50 v. T H lamps, 12 at 20c 

Canadian General Electric Co.: 16 c. p. lamps, 1,100 at 20c, 300 frosted at 23c; 10 c p. 
lamps, 300 at 20c; 32 c p. lamps, 50 at 30c; 6 prs. magnet spools, $17.70 ; sundries, 



$23.74. 



Citizens Gas Control Co. : use of gas controllers, 12 m. to April 6, 1901 

Cote & Coursolles : 100 volt lamps, 1,000 of 16 c p. at 20c, 300 of 10 c p. at 20c, 100 of 50 c 

p. at 65c; zincs, 288 square for $25.92, 288 round for $23.04 ; 56 lbs. of annunciator wire, 

$22.40 ; flexible cord, 765 ft. at 3c; 650 ft. rubber covered wire, $19.50 ; 12 shades, $9 ; 

sundries, $28.18 

Coursolles, C. H.: 16 c p. lamps, 3,000 at 22c, 250 posted at 25c; 10 c p. lamps, 500 at 22c; 

less $382.50 charged to 1901-2 . 

Ottawa Auer Light Co. : 8 complete lights „ 

Ottawa Electric Co., contract for lighting Government Buildings, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at 

the rate of 3,000 lights for $2.25 each a year, lights in excess of 3,000 at $2 each : Huuse of 

Commons, $3,978 ; Senate, $1,567.68; Library, $1,231.13; East Block, $1,446.19 ; West 

Block, $2,215 ; Langevin Block, $1,610 ; Post Office Building, $572 ; Supreme Court, 

$322 ; Tower and Grounds, $203.50 ; Bank of Ottawa Building, $88 ; Mr. White's office 

(geographer) $79.50 ; Observatory, Cliff St., $16 ; Model rojm, Sparks St., $16 ; less $72 

overcharge from previous year 

Ottawa Electric Co., lighting at $2 a year for each light : Dominion Astrologer's office, 11 

lights, 3 m. to Sept. 3 , 1900, $5.50 ; Fish Hatchery, 20 lights from May 1-June 30, $6.67, 

12 m. to June 30, average number of lights, 17 '77, $35.50; Census Building, Jan. 28-June 

30, average number of lights, 15'6, $13.18 

Ottawa Electric Co., lighting, Oct. 1-June 30, 1901, at $2 a year for each light : Customs 

Statistical Budding, 101 lights, $151.50 ; Dept. of Labour, 43 lights, $64.50 ; N. W. 

Mounted Police, 26 lights, $39 

Ottawa Electric Co. ($1,544 23)— 

16 street lamps, 12 m. to April 30, 1901 at $85 a year each, less $3.72 for 16 lights out 
March 11, $1,356.27: Wellington St., 9; Elgin St., 1; Metcalfe St., 1; Printing 
Bureau, 5 

Chaudiere Bridge, 4 street lamps, 6§ m. (Oct. 10-Apl. 30, 1901) at $85 each, a year, less 

94c for 4 lights out March 11 

Ottawa Gas Co., boulevard globes, 6 at $2 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Apl. 1, 1901, at $1.50 a M'ft. ($3,736.60)— 

Dominion Govt. Buildings (Parliament Grounds), 732,800 ft 

City Post Office, 510,200 ft.; meter rent, $8 

Customs Dept., Sparks St., 2,900 ft ; meter rent, $2.80 

Interior Dept,, over Bank of Ottawa, 22,700 ft.; meter rent, $3.60 

Government workshops, 357,300 ft. ; meter rent, $6 

French translators, Clarence St., 169,80a ft.; meter rent, $3.60. . 

Geological Museum, Baskerville Building, 1,200 ft.; meter rent, $3.60 

Geological Museum, large meter, 116,800 ft. ; meter rent, $10 

Government Printing Bureau, 548,300 ft 

Gas Inspector's Office, 2,400 it.; meter rent, $2.40 

Royal Electric Co.: 16 cp. 100 volt lamps, 2,198 at 20c, 250 frosted at 23c; 10c p. lamps, 300 

at 20c; magneto bells, 2 at $8.65 ; green plated shades, 50 of 7-in. at 40c, 25 of 10-in. at 

60c, 1,300 ft. c ccable, $16.83 ; packing, $L70 ; sundries, $13.67 

Express charges: C. A. Ry. Co., $3 73; C. P. Ry. Co., $2.01 ; Can. Express Co., $4.50; 

Dom. Express Co., $1 .70. . ... 

Johnston, J,., street car fares in connection with illumination of drill hall 



$ cts , 


66,672 80 


4,774 76 
540 00 


71,987 56 


7,020 91 



Central Experimental Farm. 



Canada Atlantic Ry., freight on gasoline 

Ottawa Electric Co.: 2 street lamps, Oct. 10, 1900-Apl. 
$94.45 ; less 47c for 2 lights out March 11, 1901. . . . 
Standard Oil Co., gasoline, 531 79 galls, at 17c 

Carried forward 



30, 1901, 6| m. at $85 each a year, 



64,966 65 



2 40 



405 44 
153 33 



475 99 

450 00 
9 00 



13,273 00 

60 85 
255 00 

1,356 27 



187 96 


12 00 


,099 20 


773 30 


7 15 


37 65 


541 ys 


258 30 


5 40 


185 20 


822 45 


6 00 



641 60 



11 94 
1 90 



12 45 



93 98 
90 40 



21,230 11 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-97 



Ottawa Buildings : Lighting — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Ridcau Hall. 

Ottawa Electric Co.: 4 lamps in New Edinburgh on road to RideauHall, 12 m. to Apl. 30, 
1901, at #85 each a year ; less 93c. for 4 lights out March 11, 1901 . . . . 



Detailed in 1899-1900 (page V— 117). 



Sundry. 



Less— Charged to Dom. Bdgs. Maintenance, Ex. Farm (page V— 135). . $ 102 85 
Charged to 1901-2 4,242 04 



Total, carried to page V — 4. 



Telephones at Ottawa : 12 m. to June 30, 1901. 

Agriculture Department — 

Offices : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $40 ; Messengers' room, $35 

Houses : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35 ; Secretary, $35 

Auditor General's Dept.: office, $35 ; Auditor General's house, $40 

Customs Department — 

Offices : Asst. Commissioner, $45 ; Messengers' room, $35 ; Statistical Branch, G m. to 

June 30, 1901, $17.50 

Houses : Private Secretary, 6 m. to June 30, 1901, at $35 a year 

Exchequer Court — 

Office of Registrar Audette 

Houses : Judge Burbidge, $35 ; Registrar Audette, $35 

Finance Department — 

Offices : Minister (extra set) $15 ; Deputy, $35 

House, Deputy, $35 

Geological Survey, offices : Director, $40 ; Messengers, $35 

House of Commons — 

Offices : Speaker, $35 ; Sergeant-at-arms, $35 ; Messengers, $35 ; Clerk, $35 ; Journals 
office, $35; Translator of Debates, $35; Distributing office, $42.50; Printing 

Bureau, $47.50 

Houses : Clerk, $35 ; Law Clerk, $35 ; Secretary, $35 

Indian Affairs — 

Offices : Deputy Supt. Genl., $35 ; Secy, to Dept., $40 ; Private Secy., $40 

House, Private Secy ; $35 , 

Inland Revenue — 

Offices: Minister (L. D. desk set) 5 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $22.90 ; extra L. D. set, 5 m. to 
Dec. 31, 1900, $12.50; Deputy Commr., 6 m. to June 30, 1901, $27.50; Messengers 

room, G m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $25, G m. to June 30, 1901, $20 

Houses : Deputy, $35 ; Accountant, $35 ; Secretary, $30 

Interior Department — 

Offices : Minister, $40 ; Deputy, $40 ; Private Secretary, $40 ; Surveyor General, $35 
Chief Astronomer, $35 ; Timber and Mines Branch, $45 ; Geographer, G m. to June 

30, 1901, $17.50 ; Messengers' room, $35 ; Int'l. Boundary Com., $10 

Houses : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35 ; Private Secretary, $35 ; Supt. of Immigration, $35 
Justice Department — 

Offices : Minister, $35; Deputy, $40 ; Solicitor Genl., 6 m. to Dec. 31, $27.50, 6 m. to 
June 30, 1901, $20 ; Secretary, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $27.50, G m. to June 30, 1901 

120 ; Messengers' room, $35 

Houses : Deputy, $35 ; Mr. Verritt, G m. to Jnne 30, $17.50 ; Mr. Leslie, 6 m. to June 

30, $17.50 

Labour Bureau, office, 6 m. to June 30, 1901 

Library of Parliament — 

Office, Library 

Houses : Pari. Librarian M. J. Griffin, $35 ; Librarian DeCelles, $35 

Marine and Fisheries Department — 

Offices : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $40 

Houses : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35 

Militia and Defence — 

Offices : Genl. Officer Com'g., $35 : Minister, G m. to Dec. 31, $25, 6 m. to June 30, $27.50, 
extra desk set on desk, 2 m. to Dec. 31, $2.50 ; Messengers', $38 ; Clothing Depart- 
ment, $35 ; Drill Shed, $35 

Houses : Gen. Officer Com'g., G m. to June 30, 1901, $17.50 ; Minister, $38 ; Deputy, $30; 
Secy, to Dept., $30; Adj. Genl. Aylmer, $35; Col. Cotton, D.O.C., $35; E. F 

Jarvis, $35 

Militia Stores, Canal Basin, $35 ; bell, $4 



$ cts . 
21,230 11 



339 07 


1,270 00 


22,839 18 


4,344 89 
18,494 29 



1— 7v 



Carried forward 



110 00 

105 00 

75 00 


97 50 
17 50 


35 00 
70 00 


50 00 
35 00 
75 00 


300 00 
105 00 


115 00 
35 00 


107 90 

100 00 


297 50 
140 00 



205 00 

70 00 
17 50 

35 00 
70 00 

75 00 
70 00 



198 00 



220 50 
39 00 



2,870 40 



V-< 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Telephones at Ottawa: 12 m. to June 30, 1901 — Continued. 



Brought forward 



North-west Mounted Police — 

Offices : Comptroller, $35 ; extra desk set in Compt's. office, $15 ; stores, $35 

Houses : Comptroller 

Post Office Department — 

Offices: Comptroller Ry. Mail Service, $40; Secy. P. M. G, $35; City P. O., $1 

Messengers' room, $35 

Houses : Deputy P. M. G 

Printing and Stationery Department — 

Offices : King's Printer, $35 ; Supt. of Stationery, 6 m. to Dec. 31, $17.50 ; Suot. of 

Printing, 6 m. to June 30, 1901, $17. 50 ; Accountant, $35 

Houses : King's Printer, $35 ; Supt. of Printing, $35 

Privy Council — 

Offices : Clerk of Council, $35 ; Secy, to Premier, $40 ; long dist. set in office of Secy, to 

Premier, 6 m. to Dec. 31, $7.50 ; Messengers' room, $35 

Houses : Premier, $35 ; Clerk of Council, $30 ; Asst. Clerk, $35 ; Secy, to Premier, $35 ; 

A.sst. Secy, to Premier, 6 m. to June 30, 1901, $17.50 '. 

Public Works — 

Offices : Deputy, $35 ; Se^y. to Minister, $35 ; Chief Engineer, $40, long dist. set, 6 m, 

to Dec. 3], 1900, $7.50; Chief Architect, 6 m. to June 30, 1901, $17.50; Clerk of 

Works, $35 ; Secy, of Dept., $40, L. D. set 6 m. to Dec. 31, $7.50 ; Mechanical Supt,, 

$35 ; Govt. Workshops, $35 ; Switch room, $35 ; Messengers, $35 ; Boiler room, H. 

of C, 6 m. to June 30, $17.50 ; Machine room, 6 m. to June 30, $17.50 

Houses : Minister, $35 ; Deputy, $35 ; Secy, to Minister, $35 ; Asst. Secy, to Minister, 

6 m. to June 30, $17.50 ; Supt. of Works, $35 ; Supt. of Dredging, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 

$17.50 ; Asst. Supt. of Dredging, $35; Chief Engineer, $35 ; Secy, of Dept., $35, L. 

] >. set 6 m. to Dec. 31, $7. 5 J ; Asst. Mechl. Supt., 6 m. to June 30, $17.50 ; Mr. 

Hains, 6 m. to June 30, $20 

Ottawa River Works : Supts. office, $35 ; upper boom, $60 ; lower boom, $60 

Railways and Canals Department — 

Offices : Deputy, $40, L. D. set 6 m. to Dec. 31, $7.50 ; Private Secretary, $35 ; Messen- 
gers, $35 , 

Houses : Deputy, $35 ; Secy, of Dept., 6 m. to Dec. 31, $22.50, 6 m. to Jnne 30, $17.50 

Private Secretary, $35 

Secretary of State Department — 

Offices : Secretary of State, $35 ; Under Secretary of State, $40; Secretary to Secretary 
of State, $35 

Houses : Secretary of State, $35 ; Under Secretary of State, $35 

Senate offices : Lower corridor, $35 ; Housekeeper, $35 ; Clerk, 6 m. to Dec. 31, $25 ; 

Upper corridor, 6 m. to June 30, $17 . 50 

Trade and Commerce — 

Offices : Private Secretary, 6 m. to June 30, $20 ; Messengers' rooms, $35 . 

Houses : Minister 

Rideau Hall and Governor General's office — 

Government House exchange and private lines, 6 m. to Dec. 31, $72 . 50 ; 6 m. to June 30, 
$77.50 

Office of Clerk of Works, Rideau Hall , ' 

Residence of Mr. A. E. Sladen 

Messengers' room in Governor General's Department 

Dominion Police, office at Rideau Hall 

Ministers without portfolio — 

Eastern Block : Hon. Jas. Sutherland 

Langevin Block : Hon. R. R. Dobell, 6 m. to June 30, 1901 

Dominion Police — 

Offices : West Block, $40 ; East Block, $43 ; Langevin Block, $40 ; Printing Bureau, 
$40 ; Commissioners, $20 

Houses : Commissioners, $35 ; Inspector, $35 

Government Telegraphs: D. H. Keeley, 2 conversations to Montreal, $1, 1 to St. Johns, 50c. 
Detailed in 1899- 1900, charged to 1900-01 (page V— 119, 1899-1900) , 



Less -Charged to 1901-1902. 
Total, carried to page V4 



Ottawa Buildtngs : Grounds. 

General repairs on gronnds, 12 m. to June 30, 1901— 

Labourers, days at $1.40 : Thos. Tompkinson, 312J, Wm, Beaty, 316^. 

Labourer, days at $1 . 25 : Ls. Major, 9 

Carter, C. Gagne, 310 days at $2 



$ cts. 
2,870 40 



85 00 
35 00 



145 00 
35 00 



105 00 
70 00 



117 50 
152 50 



392 50 



325 00 
155 00 



117 50 
110 00 



110 00 
70 00 



112 50 



55 00 
35 00 



150 00 
65 00 
35 00 
35 00 
45 00 

35 00 
20 00 



183 00 

70 00 

1 50 

1,574 64 



7,312 04 
161 50 



7,150 54 




Canied forward. 



1,511 85 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-99 



Ottawa Buildings : Grounds — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



•Grieves, J. N., maintenance of grounds — 

Year to Jan. 31, 1901, contract, $3,300 

Five months to June 30, 1901 

•Grieves, J. N. : 2 prs. hedge shears, $10 ; 2 syringes, $10 

$30 ; 200 tuberous begonias, $28 ; sundries, $48.50 

Grieves Bros. : care of flowers for Senate and House of Commons during session 

at $20 

Detailed in 1899- 1900 (page V-119) 



less detailed 1899-1900, (V -119) $1,400 

5 bottles of nickers, $10 ; 000 pots. 



1900, 



Less— Charged to 1901-2. 
Total, carried to page V — 4 



Major's Hill Park. 

Davis, Thos. E. ($2,628.74)- 

Under contract of Sept. 1, 1897, for maintenance of grounds, 12 m. to June 30, 1901. . . 

Building addition to greenhouse : materials, $116.84 ; labour, $65 

Grading on main avenue, 1,134 sq. yds. at 35c; less $150 paid in 1899-1900 (page V — 120) 
Ives, H. R. & Co.: w. i. railing erected complete on Mackenzie Ave., 1,440 ft. at $3 ; less 

$875 paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 120) and $2,400 paid in 1898-9 (page Q-49) 

McAvity, T. & Sons, brass hose valve brass wheel 

McDougal & Cuzner : dynamite, 55i lbs. at 18c. ; fuse, 5 rolls at 75c. ; detonators, 2 boxes at 

$1.50; sundries, $3 50 

Robertson, Thos. & Co., pipes for water main: iron pipe, 270 '83 ft. of 3-in. at 28 '69c, 57 '65 

ft. of 2-in. at 10&c; elbow and tees, $1.60 



Less— Charged to 1901-2. . . 
Total, carried to page V — 4. 



Removing Snow at Ottawa. 



Charleson, W. G.: steel shovels, 1 doz. for $8.50, 6 at $1 

Detailed with ' Rideau Hall ' 

n ' Ottawa Buildings Repairs ' 



shovel handles, 6 at 25c 

(Page V— 103) 

( n V— 89) 



$ cts. 
1,511 85 



1,900 00 
1,400 00 

136 50 

110 00 
1,524 60 



6,582 95 
1,572 80 

5,010 15 



2,200 00 
181 84 
246 90 

1,045 00 
9 00 

20 24 

85 58 



3,788 56 
290 00 



Total, carried to page V — 4 . 



Ottawa Public Building's : Labour Department : Fitting up. 

Offices over Molson's Bank, including steel files, &c. 

Wages and sundry materials transferred from Ottawa Buildings Repairs, &c, page V — 94 , 

Ahearn & Soper, electrical supplies, $230.56 ; Bailey, Geo., smith work, $51.90 

Brooke, C. J., and Geo. C. Wright, Yale lock and keys 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., 48 drawer Eclipse document filing cabinet with extension . . . 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd.: 3 sets shelves and cupboards, $109; 5 sections of cupboard, $100 ; 
200 ft. matched lumber, $4 80 ; cartage, 50c . 

Eureka File Co., Ottawa, aluminum files : 24-in., 100 at $2 ; 18-in., 25 at $1.75 ; 15-in., 50 at 
$1.50 ; 12-in., 25 at $1.25 

Harris & Campbell : oak flat top desks, 2 at $31 ; 5 oak tables with covered tops, $60 ; 
chairs, &c, $56 

Lahaise Bros.: 50 shades with rollers, $101.25 ; 3 oak chairs, $7.50 

Liggett, Thomas : linoleum, 198^ yds. inlaid at $1.35, 27 of plain at $1.15 ; border, 23 yds. at 

; 35c; plain cork, 31 yds. at $1.25 ; laying linoleum and cork, 279^ yds. at 5c; Axminster 

rugs, 1 at $9, 1 at $8.50, 6 at $6.50, 6 at $4.75 ; 13 mats, $18.30 ; 3 rubber mats, $8.25 ; 

6 cocoa mats, $11 .80 

McNeill, Edward R., 2 typewriter chairs at $10.50 

Office Specialty Mfg Co., Toronto : oak roll top desks, 2 at $100; 6-ft. oak table, leather top, 
$20; 2 oak office tables, $28; oak letter-press stand, $18; leather couch, $22.50; arm- 
chairs, 5 at $7.50, 8 at $6.50, 4 at $2.50 ; oak Shannon cabinets and bases, 2-60 dr. at 
$167.50, 1-40 dr. at $115.50; 1-6 dr. and 1-9 dr. card index cabinet, $96; 2 set guides, 
$16.75 ; 10 M. ruled cards, $35 ; 2 oak revolving bookcases on disc beams, $36 ; bookcase 
units, 5 at $4.25, 10 at $3.25, 10 at $2.75, 5 base and 5 top at $1.75 

Orr, Robt., Ottawa: 10 office blind screens, 5 ft. x 4 ft., $85.50 ; painting Department of 
Labour coat-of-arms on 6 serf ens at $17.25 ; 4 plain, $11 ; side woods complete, $5 

Ottawa Truss and Surgical Mfg. Co., 3 prs. counter tips, 75c; Pritchard & Andrews, brass 
plate, $12 

Stockand, Geo., labour and materials, glass partitions : 1st floor, $76.88 ; 2nd floor, $63.05. . . 

Total, carried to page V — 4 .... 

1— 7iv 



3,498 56 



16 00 

332 74 

1,630 38 



1,979 12 



686 66 

282 46 

4 50 

96 00 

214 30 

350 00 

178 00 
108 75 



483 16 
21 00 



1,121 00 
205 00 

12 75 

139 93 



3,903 51 



v-ioo 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Ottawa Public Buildings : Steel Shelving. 

Post Office Dept. ($7,465.50). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. of Ottawa, Ltd. : document drawers, 648 at $2.75 ; flat document 

drawers, 144 at $2.75 ; metal roller book shelves, 282 at $2.50 ; metal standing desk, 30 ft. 

at $6 ; metal uprights, 90 ft. at $2.25 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto ($5,844)— 

Special account filing cabinet, 1,000 files at $2.10. 

Two metallic file cabinets : 960 drawers at $2.95 

Shelves for 145 books, metal reference desk and ladder, 2 at $458 



Less— Paid in 1901-2. 



Public Works Dept. ($4,507.20). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. of Ottawa, Ltd. ($4,507.20)— 

Metal fittings in vault in Minister's office 

Letter file cabinet, 15 drawers at $3 ; locking attachment, $15 

Walnut filing cabinet and base, 90 drawers 

Fitting up library with metal adjustable shelving 

Steel double case containing 208 drawers of 5 ft. wide, 3 ft. 6-in. deep and 2-in. high, 20 
of 6 ft. wide x 3 ft. 6-in. deep x 6-in. high, including base, cornice, &c., set up in 
drafting room of Engineer's Branch 



Agriculture Dept. 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. of Ottawa, Ltd., steel cabinets : drawers with locks, 10 at $15; 
divisions, 55 at $4 ; file drawers, 8 of 2 ft. wide x 5-in. high at $5 ; 64 of lOi-in. x 5-in. at 
$3.50 ; base, 20 ft. at $5 a ft 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto : case of plain metal shelving in sections 



Auditor General's Office ($525). 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto : 2 metallic casts 

Customs Dept. ($275). 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Gait : vault door, $250; freight, $11.25. 
Auborne, E., mason, putting up vault, 5^ days in May at $2.50. . 



Interior Dept. ($12,148.90). 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co. of Ottawa, Ltd. ($9,608.60)— 

Metal roller shelves, including uprights, base, cornice, &c, 436 at $3.35 

Extra for making extra heavy shelves, 36 at $1 

Steel document drawers with extension, in sections, 3,360 at $2.95; less $1,800 paid on 

account (page V— 86, 1899-1900) 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Toronto: metallic cases, 600 drawers at $2.95; 36 drawer dock 

cabinet, $80 ; 234 spcl. metal document drawers, $690.30 



Rents : Ottawa and. oilier Buildings. 

Detailed with Dominion Buildings, Maintenance Page V — 135 

ii Ottawa Buildings : Repairs, furniture, &c Page V — 94 

Total, carried to page V — 



Rideau Hall. 

General Repairs Pay-list, 12 m. to June 30, 1901. 

Clerk of works, W. M. Hutchison : 12 m. at $90 ; extra time at night, 46 h. at 30c; travel 
and street cars, $12.10 ; freight, $1.05 

Bricklayers : John O'Donnell, 87 d. at $3 ; A. Gons, 1584 d. at $2.50 ; A. R. McDonald, 17 
d. at $2 50 

Plasterer, A. Legault, 27 d. at $2.50 ; asst. pL.sterer, J. B. Seguin, 27 d. at $1.50 

Laying concrete, Wm. Nolan, 34 d. at $2 . 50 

Tinsmith, E. Loyer, 100^ d. at $2 ; asst. tinsmith, T. French, 1004 d. at $1.50 

Carpenters : G. Reid, 316^ d. at $2.50 ; T. Am bridge, 92£ d. at $2.25, 231| at $2 

Carried forward 



3,265 50 

2,100 00 

2,832 00 

916 00 

9,113 50 
1,648 00 

7,465 50 



750 00 

60 00 

200 00 

1,250 00 



2,247 20 



734 00 
200 00 



525 00 



261 25 
13 75 



1,460 60 
36 00 

8,112 00 

2,540 30 

25,855 60 



10,633 75 
10,356 75 



20,990 50 



1,106 95 



699 75 


108 00 


85 00 


351 75 


1,462 86 



3,814 31 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-101 



Rldeau Ha.ll — Continued. 

Brought forward 

General Repairs Pay-list. 12 m. to June, 1901— Concluded. 



•Carpenters, days at $2 : E. Boulet 118, A. Coulter 314, P. Couroux 1394, G. Esdale 320!, A. 
Fortier 12, M. Fortier 118, J. Grenon 51, J. Latimer 105J, H. Leggett 186£, G. Miller 
1044, J. S. Oakley 285£, W. Palen 121, C. Regimbald 133£, S. St. Jean 126 

Painters: D. Boulois, 11 d. at $2, 176£ at $1.75; J. Handy, 25G£ d. at $2.25, 54 at $2; P. 
Raizenne, 2 d. at $2, 54 at $1.75 ; A. Macara, 58 d. at $1.75 

Painters, days at $2 : J. Beaulne 5, E. Boucher 574, T. Brule 30, M. Cadieux 624, A. Corbeil 
2U, A. Crevier 87, J. Dery 85, V. Gauthier 15^ A. Grant 22, F. Leger 224, L. Lortie 17, 
G.'Martel 87, W. Newton 166, M. Ouimet 63, J. Randall 874, M. Rorke 53", H. Shea 312^. 

Firemen : J. West, 3084 d. at $1 . 35 ; M. West, 21 d. at $1 . 25, 42 at $1 . 35 

Labourers : H. Beaupre, 48 d. at $1.50, 10 at $1.25 ; Alex. Blais, 82£ d. at $1.50, 9 at $1.25 ; 
R. A. Golden, 34 d. at $1.50, 6 at $1 .25 ; F. Leberge, 170 d. at $1.50, 34 at $1.25 ; A. 
Lever, 12 d. at $1.50, 11 at $1.25 ; F. Malbauf, 46 d. at $1.50, 11 at $1.25 ; J. Rodier, 
47 d. at $1.50, 11 at $1.25 ; J. Sharp, 29H d. at $1.50, 18 at $1.25 

Labourers, days at 81.50: E. Barron 324, T. Batterton 164, J. Boyne 08, J. Bureau 8£, G. 
Burke 654, J. Connell 108, R. Cote 55, E. Dagenais 57, J. Dagenais 47, R. De Beaumont 
1164, J. Devaney 103, C. Duffield 1334, O. Dussault 42f, J. Fahey 784, P. Huot 174, L. 
Labonte 17, F. Lalonde 23£, Thos. Mulroney 484, W. McBride 74. G". McCann 100, T. 
McCourt 71£, J. O'Connor 116, J. O'Meara 51, J.'Ouilette 66, T. Parisea 1304, M. Quinn 
1084, J. Simard 3074, N. Vezina 53 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Jos. Berriault 108, E. Bcucher 10, J. Byrne 10, A. Hudon 89|, L. 
Leclaire 4f, J. R. Sauve 122, W. Stirling 3174 

Apprentice, L. Theriault, 24 d. at $1 .25, 5 at $1 ; repairer, S. Maxwell, 319f d. at $1 

Carter, A. Latremouille, 8 d. at $2.25 , 

Carters, days at $2 : J. Finley 182, W. Finley 12, M. Green 320^, F. Malbeuf 20, M. Quinn 28 

Short paid on pay-lists 



Pay-list, Care of Gardens, Grounds, Paths, (fee, 12 m. to June SO, 1901. 

Muhlig, G., gardener : July 1-Mar. 16, 261|d. at $1.65 ; Mar. 17- June 30, 1124^ d. at $2 

Sorley, J. : forester, July 1-Dec 8, Mar. 31-June 30,253 d. at $1.50 ; care of roads, paths, &c, 

Dec. 9-Mar. 30, 112 d. at $1.50 

Sims, H. : kitchen gardener, July 1-Dec. 16, Mar. 31-June 30, 261 d. at $1.50 ; care of rinks, 

slides, &c, Dec. 17-Mar. 30, 104 d. at $1.50 

Banning, C. : labourer, 30 d. to Aug. 4 at $1.25, Aug. 5-Nov. 10, Apl. 14-June 30, 152£ d. at 

$1.35 ; night fireman, Nov. 11- Apl. 13, 153 d. at $1.35 

Labourers at $1.50 : D. Kileen, 29 d. in June . . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : D. Bell 311, J. Bonnier 3054, L Brennan 34, M. Brennan 35, J 

Cherry 215, H. Comeau 10, F. Dagenais 208£, L. Major 16, O. Ziska 154 

Labourers : F. Dagenais, 174 d. in June at $1.10 ; F. Hart, 204 at $1 ... . 

Carter: A. Davidson, 133| d. at $2 



Stcamfitting and Plumbing, Aug. -Nov. 1900. 
Steamfitters, plumbers and helpers (for names see ' Mechl. Staff,' page V ) 

Sundry Accounts. 

Ahearn & Soper : electric chandeliers, 1 of 3 It. at $8.60, 8 of 2 It. at $7.80, 4 of 2 It. at $6.80 ; 
elec. brackets of 1 It., 21 at $2.30, 18 at 65c. ; flex, cord, 1,418 ft. at 3c. ; insulating joints, 
35 at 55c. ; glass shades, 65 at 60c, 10 at 65c. ; Edison Key sockets, fibre lined, 100 at 33c; 

sundries, $36 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : cloths, 1 dz. soup, at $3.75, 4 do. basin at $3.75, 12 dz. china at 

" $3.25, 12 dz. "glass at $4.35, 6 dz. kitchen at $4 ; pantry aprons, 4 dz. at $7 ; check dusters, 

4 dz. at $2.75 ; stable rubbers, 12 dz. at $2.75; linen rubbers, 4 dz. at $4 ; linen rollers, 

2 doz. at $4 ; square, $17.95 ; making and laying carpet, 140 yds. at 8c ; matting, 17 yds. 

, at 70c ; sundries, $20.87 

Butterworth & Co. : rubber hose, 100 ft. of £-in. $16, 150 ft. of 1^-in., $42.75 ; tile pipe, 250 ft. 
of 6-in. at 15c, 130 ft. of 4-in. at 10c ; iron 985 lbs. at 6c; 8-in. girth gutters, 84 ft. at 
12c ; No. 9 — 24 dbl. oven range, $100 ; extra double hot closet, $25 ; parts and fitting up 

range, $6.34 ; sundries, $171.86 

Cavanagh, Edward Co.: detailed with ' Rideau Hall, Fire Protection, page t ... 

Connor, J. H. & Son : 11-in. Challenge wringer 

Cuddy & Brodeur Co., Montreal ($1,707.15)— 

White stoneware : side dishes, 6 of 22-in. at 81.50, 12 of 14-in. at 60c ; 10-in. dinner plates, 
200 at 12c; soup cups, 100 at 10c; 3 dz. pie dishes, $27 ; jugs, 12 at 45c, 12 at 65c . 
Bow shape, gilt traced : chamber sets, 4 at $3.75 ; ewers and basins, 4 at $2 ; soaps, 4 at 50c. 
Crystal with engraved badge to patterns : champagne jugs, 15 at $1 ; sugar basins, 20 
large at 75c, 15 small at 70c; tumblers, 153 at 65c; ice plates, 100 at 70c; cham- 
pagne goblets, 203 at 70c; claret glasses, 151 at 70c; port glasses, 100 at 65c ; water 
bottles, 41 at $1.50; finger bowls, 89 at 70c; sherries, 128 at 65c; liqueur glasses, 26 
at 00c 



Carried forward. . 



$ cts. 
3,814 31 



4,271 00 
1,215 41 



2,387 50 
499 35 



1,150 ie 



3,249 74 

827 47 

354 75 

18 00 

1,125 00 

9 00 



656 89 

547 50 

547 50 

449 92 
43 50 

1,513 09 
223 25 

266 50 

881 86 



334 49 



291 87 



481 63 

373 49 

6 00 



90 40 
25 00 



745 35 
26,399 89 



V-102 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Rideau Hall — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Sundry Accounts— Continued. 
Cuddy & Brodeur Co. — Con. 

Best china, black crest : side dishes, 2 of 20-in. at $15.25, 2 of 18-in. at $11.75, 2 of 16-in. 
at $8, 4 of 14-in. at $5, 6 of 12-in. at $3.75 ; soup tureen (no cover), 2 at $8.75 ; sauce 
tureen (no cover), 4 at $3.25 ; plates, 50 dinner at $1.50, 60 tea at 95c, 60 breakfast at 
$1, 30 soup at $2 ; vegetable dishes (no cover), 6 at $6.75 ; cups, 108 coffee at 85c, 60 
breakfast at 90c; saucers, 50 coffee at 85c, 40 breakfast at 90c; jugs, 20 milk at $2, 

20 cream at $1.25 ; slop bowls, 8 at $1.75 ; egg cups, 24 at 50c 

China, with crest : cups, 108 at 25c, saucers, 74 at 25c; plates, 96 at 35c; bread plates, 

6 at $1 ; slop bowls, 6 at 60c; milk jugs, 6 at 65c; egg cups, 30 at 10c 

Dreyfous London, Eng. : 12 silk candle screens, $19 ; postage, 47c 

Eclipse Office Furniture Co., nickel-plating pipe and 4 brass traps 

Eimer & Amend, New York, water moter used for turning the ' jack ' 

Esmonde, J. P. & F. W.: freezers, 4 of 6 qts. at $5.50, 2 of 8 qts. at $6.50, 1 of 12 qts. at 

$9 . 25 ; sundry kitchen utensils, $44 .80 

Edwards, W. C. & Co., Ltd.: cedar, 514 ft. of 7 x 7-in. at 6c, 500 ft. of 7 x 7-in. at 4£c., 755 
ft. of 6 x 6-in. at 4|c, 500 ft. of 6 x 6-in. at 6|c, 506 ft. of 5 x 5-in. d. at 5£c, Vin. V 
joint, 2,250 ft. at $15 ; pine, 1,600 ft. of 2 x 12 x 16 at $20, 2,028 ft. of 2 x 12 at $17", 1,706 
ft. of 3 x 5 x 13 at $16 ; 3-in. red pine, 1,536 ft. at $16 ; good sidings d. 1 s., 1,000 ft. at $40 
boards, 2,000 ft. at $15 ; clapboards, 1,000 ft. at $18 ; picture moulding, 215 lens, at 7hc. 
window sashes and doors, $23.20 ; 120 rafters and 120 caps, $30 ; shingles, 14 M. at $3 ; 
board sheeting, 1,750 ft. at $22, 300 ft. at $19, 1,000 ft. at $18 ; 1-in, x 8-in. matched, 750 
ft. at $21, 1,155 at $20, 3,000 at $15 ; dressed lumber, 500 ft. of l£-in. x 10-in. at $26, 1,000 
ft. of 2-in. x 10-in. at $25, 1,500 ft of li-in. x 6-7-in. at $17 ; 1^-in. flooring, 501 ft. at $30, 
200 at $26, 250 at $24, 1,350 at $19 ; l|-in. flooring, 500 ft. at $36 ; cartage, $14.60 ; sun 

dries, $288 30 

Graham Bros.: seed potatoes, 37 bush, at 55c; plants and seeds for vegetable garden, $24.98 
plants and seeds for flower gardens, $73.70 ; lawn mowers, 1 at $14, 1 at $7.50 ; seat for 
horse mower, $6 ; 1 set horse boots, $15 . 50 ; grass box, $2 ; garden implements, $43 . 20 
fern pans, 389, $16.77; 1,475 pots, $29.61 ; 2,500 labels, $4.85; stakes, $3.25; baskets, 
$3 . 25 ; 1 pr. pruning mitts, $1 ; nikoteen, 7 pts. at $2 ; bone meal, 600 lbs. at 2^c ; Paris 

green, sulphur, plaster, &c , $10 .25 

Graves Bros.: 130 gr. screws, $36.05 ; latches, locks and springs, $19.10 ; wire nails, 4 kegs at 
$3.70, 1 at $3.65, 4 at $3.60 ; nails, 1 keg of cut at $3, 2 kegs of shingle at $3.40, 1 keg of 
wire lath at $4.25 ; 115 lbs. of moulding for $8.93 ; gal v. iron, 126 lbs. at 7c ; solder, 25 
lbs. at 40c ; dynamite, 150 lbs. at 15c ; 200 exploders, $11 ; 6 galv. iron ventilators, $8 ; 
shovels, 13 at $1.10 ; 17 shovels for $8 ; clay picks, 11 at 85c ; galv. netting, 46 yds. at 
15c; sash cord, 15| lbs. at 40c; wheelbarrow, $5; labour. 9| h. at 40c; sundries, $93.30. 
Harris & Campbell : Vienna bent chairs, 200 at $2.10 ; easy chairs, 2 at $19, 1 at $18, 1 at $16, 
2 at $12 ; red arm-chairs, 4 at $2.25 ; red rockers, 2 at $1.85 ; e. w. chairs, 6 at $4.25 ; 
loose covers for sofas and chairs, $170.20, white linen caps for sofas and chairs, $17.15 ; 
grass cloth dusters for easy chairs, 4 at $2.35 ; back and scroll on large sofa, $12 ; 2 sets 
cretonne curtains, $47.75; cutting, making and putting up curtains and draperies, 2 prs. 
at $13.75 ; 4 pis. curtain holders, $5; re-stuffing and covering, &c, 4 small chairs at 
$2.90, 10 at $1.75, 2 easy chairs at $5.75, 5 w. b. chairs at $2.75, 8 stuffed back chairs 
at $3.75, 2 oval back chairs at $4.25, 2 wire back arm-chairs at $4.75; couch, $4.75; 
sofa, $5.25; 12 blinds, $43.20; making tester frame and valance for bed, $14.75; 
altering, re-stuffing and covering sofa, $16.50; sundr ; es, $15.20; less, $124.20 paid in 

1901-2 

Herbert, J. & Son, roofing building at Rideau Hall with best four-ply gravel roof at $4.50 

per yard , 

Holland, G. A. & Son Co., wall paper, 164 pes. at 40c, 90 at 50c, 40 at 35c, 48 at 20c 

Howe, J. G., mixed red paint, 52 galls, at $1 . 25, 49 at $1 

Ives, H. R. &Co.: Hitching's conical boilers, 2 at $60; Buffalo boiler. $114.80; headers, $10 

2 complete grates, $23.10 ; beds, 12 at $5.50 ; springs, 12 at $3.50 ; freight, $11.10 . . . 
Lawson, Thos. : iron castings, 58 lbs. at 4c. ; steel pins, 3 lbs. at 10c ; foundry work, 35 h. 

at 40c 

Liberty & Co., London, Eng. : 12 copper pots, $54 ; packing, $1.23 ... 

Lewis Bros. & Co.: 3-in. iron body gate valves, 4 at $9 ; brass gate valves, 12 of 2-in. at $2.62 
8 of 1^-in. at $1.75, 6 of 1^-in at $1.23, 2 of 1-in. at 88c, 15 of f-in. at 62c, 4 of |4n. at 
47c ; spanners, 6 at 32c; detailed with 'Rideau Hall Fire Protection ' (page ) $92.87. 

Lloyd, Wm. A. , bicarbonate of soda, 100 lbs 

Marcouillier, Maxime, manure, 100 loads at 50c 

Murphy, J. J., re- tinning copper kitchen utensils, 209 inches at 10c 

McCullough,& Cowan: Portland cement, 24 brls. at $2.75; plaster paris, 1 brl. a t $2 . 80 ; 

cartage, $2.50 

McKinley & Northwood : 6-in. c i. soil pipe, 25 ft. at 45c; n. p. eliptic trap, $5.50; 1 pr. n 

p. basin brackets, $4 ; sundries, $15 .03 

Ross, C. Co., Ltd. ($543.15)- 

Brussels carpet, 147f yds. at $1.25 ; making and laying 147 yds. at 8c; lining, 150 yds 

at 4c , 

Brussels carpet, 147|fiyds. at $1.25 ; making and laying 147 yds. at 8c; lining, 150 yds. at 4c 

Carried forward.. 



cts._ 



26,399 89 



750 80 

95 60 
19 47 
11 25 
40 00 

89 05 



1,080 16 



303 71 - 



318 2 



921 00 

80 64 
134 20 
114 00 

387 00 

16 62 
55 23 



196 55 

3 50 

50 00 

20 90 

71 30 

35 78 



201 99 
201 99 

31,598 88 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-103 



Kidcau Hall — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Sundry Accounts — Continued. 
Ross, C. Co. Ltd.— Con. 

Blankets, 4 pr. at $10.50, 5 at $5, 4 at $3.50, 2 at $2.50 

Chintz, 153| yds. at 25c. ; tape, $2 . 26 ; turkey red, $8 . 70 ; felt, $3 . 83 . . 

Sarrazin, Jos. : laying shingles, 34^ M. at $1 . 35 

Sherwood, Sid.: ploughing potato field and garden, 4 d. at $3.£0, 3 h. at 40c 

Short, Thos. : double loads of manure, 50 at $1 ; cutting grass, 4 d. at $4 

Stephen Bros. : 1,974 panes double glass, 3,743^ ft. at 8c; sundry glass, $10.90; putty in 

bladders, 1,218 lbs. at 3c; boiled oil, 43^ gall, at 90c, 10 at 75c; raw oil, 5 galls, at 85c; 

pure white lead, 1,450 lbs. at 7c; best kalsomine brushes, 3 at $4 ; sundry brushes, $18.30; 

turpentine, 30 galls, at 90c, 10 at 80c; shellac, 14 galls, at $2.50 ; 1 gall, body varnish, 

$7 ; window blind green, 65 lbs. at 20c; biick paint, 10 gall, at $1.10 ; crimson lake, 10 

lbs. at $1.50 ; gold bronze, 6 lbs. at $2.50 ; sundry paint, &c, $123.39 

Tink, James, manure, 26 loads at 50c 

Van't Hof. Blokker, Akersloot, Holland: 10,250 bulbs, $112.60; detailed in 1899-1900 

(Rideau Hall new wing, page V— 89), $8.12 

Victoria Foundry Co.: covers and plate for range, 202 lbs. at 4c; cartage, 50c 

Woods, James W.: flags, 2 of 1\ ft. at $6.50, 2 of 12 ft. at $12 

Freight and express : Can. Atlantic Ry. Co., 55c; Can. Express Co., $4.22; Can. Pac Ry 

Co., $20. 81 

Cab hire : for I. Cote, $4 ; sundry, $2 

Street car tickets for plumbers, steamfitters, &c , 

Detailed in 1899-1900, charged to 1901-2 (page V— 122) 



Less -Charged to " Removing Snow " (Page V— 99) 332 74 

4 Renewals, Ontario ' ( .. V— 79) 2,143 64 

' Fire Protection ' ( „ V— 76) 9,019 44 

ii ' Making good damage by fire ' ( n V — 77) 2,607 00 

1901-2 'Rideau Hall' . 3,306 80 



Total carried to page V — 4 . 



Rideau Hall : Fuel and Light Allowance. 

Earl of Minto, allowance in place of fuel and light, 12 m. to June 30, 1901. 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance. 



.66; J. H. Chapman, Sept.- 



Amherst, N.S., Public Building ($1,080.34)— 

Caretakers at $400 : James Morrison, July and Aug., 

June, $333.34 

Bateman, T. W., opening large burglar proof vault door, repairing and fitting up same, 

time of 2 men and expenses 

Canada Electric Co. : 11 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 18 lights 288 nights at 4c. each ; arc lights, 

$43.36 ; in Dec, 2 32-c p. and 2 16-c p. lamps in place of arc, $6.67 

Jones, Alex. A., rd. coal, 70151 tons at $3.78 

Douglas & Co., hardware, $6.41 ; Lusby, C. A. & Co., tinware, $6.20 

Moffatt, A. W. & Co. : coal oil, 43 galls, at 21c ; sundries, $1 . 40 

Ralston, B. W. & Co.: hard wood, 4 cords at $3.50 ; soft wood, 2 cords at $2.50 ; oil. 42£ 

galls, at 22c, 4666 galls, at 21c, 47^ at 20c ; sundries, $2.04 

Town of Amherst, water rates, 1 yr. to Oct. 1, 1901 

Annapolis Public Building ($842.05)— 

, Caretaker, John McKay, 12 m. to June 30 

Canada Coal & Ry. Co. , round coal, 40 • 41 tons at $4 . 85 

Dargie, Chas. & Son: I roll- top desk, $20 ; 2 chairs at $2; 1 mirror, $1 . 50 ; repairing 

chair, 75c 

OT>ell Electric Co., lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1901 

Pickels & Mills, lumber and hardware 

Town of Annapolis, water rates, 1 year to Dec 1, 1901 

Antigonish Public Building ($624.02)- 

Caretaker, Angus McDonald, 12 m. to June 30 

Antigonish Electric Co.: electric lighting, 12 m. to Feb. 28, $62.20; lamps, &c, $1.15. . . 

Kenna, James, coal, 13 tons at $4 . 25 

McDonald, John : asbestos roofing, 700 ft. at $5 ; carpenter work on roof, 118 hrs. at 18c; 

sundry lumber, $8.27 

Town of Antigonish, water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 30 

Kindling, $5 ; repairing locks, &c, $8.57 ; taking down and putting up storm windows, 

$2 ; elec lamps, $1.75 ; hard ware, $8.69 ; mason work, $2.80 ; duck, $1 ; cartage, $1 .10. 

Carried forward 



$ cts . 
31,598 88 



86 00 
53 17 
46 24 
15 20 
66 00 



783 65 
13 00 

120 72 

8 58 

37 00 

25 58 

6 00 

23 84 

1,586 69 



34,470 55 



17,409 62 



17,060 93 



3,000 00 



400 00 



65 00 



257 39 

265 17 

12 61 

10 43 


49 74 

20 00 


400 00 
195 99 


26 25 

159 21 

20 60 

40 00 


400 00 
63 35 
55 25 


64 51 
10 00 


30 91 



2,546 41 



V-104 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



making flag staff, $5; 1 cord 



Arichat Public Building ($174.75)— 

LeBlanc, Isidore, hard coal, 20 tons at $7.25 

Woods, James W., 1-15 foot flag . 

Cleaning stoves, &c, $2; placing storm windows, $1.25. 

wooo, $5 • 

Baddeck Public Building ($420.01)- 

Caretaker, D. F. McKenzie, 12 m. to June 30 

Kenna, James, coal 33 tons at $4.50 . . .... . . ... ... .... ......... . . . . . . . • • ■ 

McKay, McAskill & Co. : oil, 83 galls, at 27|c, 88 "14 at 25c; 2 cords kindling $5; sun 

dries, $20.78; freight, 88c 

Dartmouth Public Building ($1,222.62)— 

Caretaker, I. C. Henley, 12 m. to June 30. .......... . 

Bateman, T. W., opening combination safe lock and repairing same 

Bowes Ed w M. , painting, glazing, &c 

Darthmouth Gas and Electric Light Co., 20 lights for P. O., 12 m to Dec 31, 1900. ... 

Gates, A. G. : carpenter work on post office, $51.55; material, $107.51; removing storm 

Hutchinson, Alex. V work" of mason," 24 *d." at $3; ' helper, UJ d. at $1.50; \ d. horse and 
driver, $1.25; cement, &c., $10.38 

Kenna, James, anthracite coal. 25 tons at $10 ............ . ._ . . 

Reardon, Frank: making 22 transparencies, $55; putting up and taking down decorations 
time of 8 men, 2 d. and 7 h. each at $2.50 per day, $55.60; putting up platform and 
boards to P. O. windows, $34; bunting, 425 yds. at 7c; flags, 4 doz. at $1.50, 3 doz 
at $1.35 ..• • 

Ritchie, T. & Co., plumbing, repairs to pipes, spouts, &c. . . . 

Town of Dartmouth, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 ^A™ " T ' ' j * * 'ii 

Removing ashes, $2.50 ; fire works, $5.03; wiring and electric lamps, $10.70 ; % cord mill 
wood. $2.50; 2 boxes candles, $1.80; plumbing, $6.65 

a Bentley & Fleming, fitting up flagstaff s, $8.55; Black Bros. & Co., 1, 4£ yd. Dominion 

ensign, $8 • • • : 

Busch, Hy., superintending the Savings Bank decorations , . 

Cunard, S. & Co., coal : reserve, 7 tons at $3.85; stove, 6 tons at $4.85. . . . ... . . .... . . . 

People's Heat and Light Co., gas : 12 m. to March 1, 1901, 10 9 cu. ft. at $2, 24 5 cu. ft 



at $1.50; Aug. voucher outstanding, $5.70 

1 ™ T coal : reserve, 5' 624 tons at $5 ; stove, 6 tons at $5.50. 



Roche, Wm., 

Smith Bros. : 2 doz. flags at $2.20; bunting, $7.34 

Walsh Bros., decorating Dominion Savings Bank building 

Wood Bros. & Co. : bunting, 740| yds. at 5c; flags, 24 at 25c . . 

Y.M C.A., Halifax : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1900, $17.40 

April 30, 1900, $1,200 



rent of offices, 12 m. to 



Halifax Dominion Building ($7,625.08)— 

Engineer, Richard Power, 12 m. to June 30 ■ 

Fireman, John Powell, 24 d. in Oct., Nov. -May 1 at $50 perm 

Watchman, W. H. Gray, 12 m. to June 30 

■Caretaker, Jas. F. Sullivan, 12 m. to June 30. ... ....... . . . ■ ■ • • •- • . . . ■ 

Bowen, Mrs. Mary : cleaning Customs Parcel Post room, 12 m. to J une 30, 1901 at &4 

per m. ; cleaning windows. &c , $18.50 . .• 

Butler, Martin, cleaning windows, 62 at 25c • • • • • • • • • • ; • 

Cullen, G. M. & Co. : repairing and varnishing old transparency, $15; cleaning sashes in 

post office, 31 at 25c 

Cunard, S. & Co., reserve coal, 21872 tons at $3.85 

Fraser, W. & Son, repairs to office furniture ; • • 

Graham & Pickles : 250-16 c p. lamps at 23c; 1 key socket, 25c 

Halifax City, $918.66: 

Water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1900 - - • - • • • ■ • ■ • • 

Use of water, Oct. 5, 1899 to April 6, 1900, 4,354,300 galls, at 9£c. per M.; rent of 

Halifax Electric Tramway' Co., lighting post office,' 12 m. to March 1, 1.901, 2,587,900 m. 
watt. hrs. at 10c • • • .....••••••••••-••• • • • • • 

Harris, Mrs. Pauline, cleaning offices. $22.50; Keating, Mrs. M., cleaning windows, $27. 

Lane & Co.: flags, 30 doz. at $3 ; bunting, 1,316 yds. at 7c; col. fire, 50 lbs. at 50c 

Mansley, Thos., cleaning offices, 12 m. to June '30 at $17 

Hasten & Wells Fireworks Mfg. Co., sundry fireworks . . . . . • • 

McGrath, Michael : hauling ashes, 46 loads at 40c; labour on same, -$4.60 

Newman, W. H., 1 eighc-day clock • • • 

People's Heat and Light Co.: gas, 12,200 c ft. at $2, 400 ft. at $1.50, 14,500 ft at $1 ... 

Reardon, Frank : making transparencies, 3 at $3, 86 at $2 ; putting up window decora 
tions, &c, decorators, 43 d. at $2.50 ; men's time taking down decorations, cleaning 
windows, &c, 45 d. at $2 ; sundry work and material, $31.06 .... .... ..... ••••■•• 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, hardware, $17.80 ; Roche, Wm., Albion coal, 33| tons at $2.43 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 


2,546 41 


145 00 
16 50 


13 25 


200 00 
148 50 


71 51 


250 00 
12 00 
64 00 

120 00 


164 06 


100 88 
250 00 


184 40 
26 00 

22 10 



29 18 



10 00 


56 05 


64 25 


61 12 


11 74 


30 00 


43 04 



1,217 40 



750 00 
338 71 
468 00 
400 00 


66 50 
15 50 


22 75 

842 07 

57 95 

57 75 



500 00 
418 66 



2,587 90 


49 50 


207 12 


204 00 


32 25 


23 00 


10 00 


44 92 


409 56 


99 79 



13,479 87 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 105 



Dominion Building* : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Halifax Dominion Building — Concluded. 

7 boxes candles, $6 . 30 ; taking down storm windows, &c. , $6 . 10 ; 3 cocoa mats, $4 . 50 ; 1 

bottle carbolic acid, 75c. ; 2 pans, 50c. ; repairing clock, $1 

Halifax Drill Hall ($1,604.87)— 

In charge of furnaces, Robert Harmon, 12 m. to June 30 at $50 ; fitter, 8 d. at .$1 .85 

Assistant fireman, F. Emmett, 10 d. in Jan., Feb. -May 31 at $50 

Heating and ventilating: fitters, 8 d. at $2, 24 d. at $1.85; assistants, 20 d. at $1.35; 

carpenter, 8 d. at $1 . 85 

Austen Bros.: 3-in. gate valves, 2 at $11.50 ; pipe, 3 in., 3834 ft. at 44c, 2 in., 15Hft. at 

14c ; pipe and elbows, $35.29 ; sundry hardware, $139.22. 

• Davison, John & Son, lumber, $13.35 ; Graham & Pickles, installing elec. lights, &c., 
Griffin, John L.: fitting arc lamps with improved parts, 15 at $4.75 ; 3-lights fixtures, 2 

at $5 . 25 ; key sockets, 6 at 20c. ; labour, 2 d. at $3 

Haley, P. J.: labour of mason in connection with heating apparatus, 7 d. at $2.50 ; labour, 

7 d. at $1 .25 

Halifax Electric Tramway Co., work on ventilating fan outfit at the new armouries and 

expenses, &c ■ . 

Healey, Dom., inspector, July to Aug. 16, 1900, at $90 

Longard Bros.: 1 brass straight- way valve, $11.10; repairing and fitting up pipe, &c, 

$3.02; truckage, 50c 

O'Brien, Mont & Co.: bending pipes for heaters, 72 h. at 40c; sundry repairs, $28.92 

Roche, Wm., furnace coal, 5 tons at $5.50 

Olive oil, 70c; repairing plaster, $5 ; lumber and hardware, $1.77 

Halifax Engineer Dodwell's Office ($298.50)— 

Roy, Jas. E., rent of offices, 9 m. to Feb. 1, 1901 

Morris, B & Co. : 1 oak roll-top desk, $31; 1 revolving office chair, $4.50; 13 casing 

drawers in tvpewriter's desk, 50c 

Halifax Examining Warehouse ($1,735.94)— 

Caretaker, Martin O'Neil, 12 m. to June 30 

Campbell, D. H., hardware, $12.70 ; Cunard, S. & Co., reserve coal, 50 tons at $3.85. . . . 
Halifax City : water-power for elevators, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1900, 455,950 galls, at 14^c per 

M.; meter rent, $10 

Kennedy, Mrs. Ellen, cleaning appraiser's office, 12 m. to June 30 at $10 

Lane & Co., 4 doz. flags, $12.60 ; Longard Bros., c iron fire bars, 33 at 51c; smithwork, 

&c , $22 . 35 

O'Neil, Martin, cleaning offices, Mar. -J vine, 4 m. at $6 

People's Heat and Light Co., gas, 10,400 ft. at $2, 16,000 ft. at $1 .50 

Powers, Mrs. Isabella, scrubbing and cleaning offices, 8 m. to March 1, 1901, at $6 

Walker, James, rent of appraiser's building, 9 m. to April 1, 1901 . 

Glass and putty, $5.65 ; 600 bundles wood, $3 ; hauling ashes, $4.80 ; sweeping chimney 

and cleaning furnace, $2 ; repairs, 60c 

Halifax Immigrant Building ($1,466) — 

Fireman, John Oxley, 12 m. to June 30 . 

Cunard, S. & Co., reserve coal, 98 06 tons at $3 . 85 

Graham & Pickles, 25 16-c p. incandescent lamps, $5.75; Halifax Industrial School 

deals, $3 ■ . . . 

Halifax Elec Tramway Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, 3,503,600 Watt h. at 

10c per M ... 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, 2i-in. B. & B. rubber hose, 200 ft. at 45c; expressage, $1.25. . . 

Roche, Wm., Albion coal, 15 ' 64 tons at $2 . 43 . 

Halifax Quarantine btat on ($1,164.26) — 

Austen Bros.: 4 in.c i. pipe, 26'95 tons at $39 ; tees, 2,491 lbs. at 3§c 

Campbell, D. H., supplies, $3.85 ; Delaney, Edw., use of tool-s 3 m. at $5 ; truckage, $ 
Kentville Public Building ($415.42)— 

Caretaker, Walter Hiltz, Nov. 27-June 30 at $400 per annum 

Albion Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 27 '73 tons at $4.44 

Bishop, B. R., brooms, ''TSc; Dow, John, Acadia coal, 5 tons at $5.75 

Town of Kentville, water rates, 6 m. to June 30, 1901, at $50 a year 

Liverpool Public Building ($089 91)— 

' Caretaker, James Clements, 12 m. to June 30 

Dunlap, A. H.: 100 ft. rubber hose, 812 ; sundry, $5.30 

Kenna, James, coal, 25 tons at $5 

McClearn, Geo. S., 2 front door sets, $16 ; sundry hardware, $17.55 

Town of Liverpool ($114.06)— 

Water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

39 16 c p. lamps, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, at $119.50 per year, $89.63; installations 

&c, $11.43 

Lunenburg Public Building (8716) — 

Caretaker, J. E. Hebb, 12 m. to June 30 

Lunenburg Gas Co.: light, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $140 ; lamps, $7. 20 

Lunenburg Water Co., water rates, 12 in. to June 30 

Powers, Frank : 2 wire mats, $15 ; 1 pat. block, 85c 



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$ cts. 
13,479 87 



19 15 

614 80 
216 13 

102 20 

235 58 
24 35 

88 95 

26 25 

54 30 
135 00 

14 62 

57 72 

27 50 

7 47 

262 50 

36 00 

400 00 
205 20 

76 11 
120 00 

51 78 

24 00 

44 80 

48 00 

750 00 

16 05 

600 00 
377 53 

8 75 

350 36 
91 25 
38 11 

,144 41 
19 85 

237 77 

123 15 

29 50 

25 00 

400 00 

17 30 
125 00 

33 55 

13 00 

101 00 

300 00 

147 20 

59 00 

15 85 



V-106 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902" 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenanc Continued. 



Brought forward 



Lunenberg Public Building — Con. \ 

Poss, P. H. : 1 box soap, $4 ; sundries, $15 .55 , 

Young, J. B.: anthracite coal, 30 tons at $5.25 ; dry wood, 2 cords at $7 ; underpaid, 25c. 

Zwicker, W. M. , hardware 

New Glasgow Public Building ($1,838.79)— 

Caretaker, D. McDonald, 12 m. to June 30 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 13 44 tons at $4, 40 ' 21 at $3 . 30 

Crockett Bros., plumbing contract , 

Eastwood, James, 1 clock for post office 

Fraser, John P. : building platform, $18 ; cleaning and repairs, $1.75 

McGregor & Co., kerosene oil, 41 79 galls, at 22c; sundries, $5.54 

New Glasgow Elec. Co.: light, 15 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, $^98.30, 263 arcs at 45c; wiring, 
&c, $3.65 

New Glasgow Town, water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1901 

Ross, Wm.: 1 oak desk, $33.50 ; 4 office chairs, $7.15 ; 1 couch, $11.50 

Electric lamps, 18 at 30c; 1 cord wood, $3 ; 1 parcel case, $9.50 ; 18 x 30 sink, $1.60 ; 
toilet paper, $1.20 ; carpenter work, $1.25 ; hauling ashes, $1.75 ; sundries, $9.70.. 
North Sydney Public Building ($989.33)— 

Caretaker, Alex. Green, July-Sept. 24 at $29.16 a m., Sept. 25- June 30 at $33.33 a m. . . 

Kenna, James, coal stored in cellar, 45 tons at $4 . 50 

North Sydney EJec Light Co., light, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1900 

m Town, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Office chairs, $9.55 ; kindling wood, $5 ; sundries, $12.75 

Pictou Public Building ($1,745.23)— 

Caretaker, James Arbuckle, 7 m. to Jan. 31 at $29.16, 5 m. to June 30 at $33.33 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion steam coal at $3.60 a ton : for post office, 40*32 tons; for custom- 
house, 40 ' 32 tons 

Cameron, E. : galv. coal hod for P.O., $1 ; plumbing repairs in custom-house, $14.27 

Fraser, Neil, sundries, $27.65; Hail, Philip, painting and repairing P.O. as per specifi- 
cation, -$720 

McDonald, Angus : putting up storm windows, $12 ; flagstaff, $9. 

Poulin, Jas. T., wood, 2 cords at $4.20, 1 at $4.80 

Pictou Gas Light Co. : gas for year, P. O., 84,900 c ft. at $2.50 ; custom-house, 1,400 c 
ft. at $2.50; meter rent, $1.60 ;•■••; 

Robb, Hannon & McDonald : repairing 2 Gurney boilers, machinist's time, 84 h. at 40c ; 
helpers, 69 h. at 20c ; pipe, rubber packing, $5 . 96 ; less discount, $6 . 30 . 

Glass and putty, $8 . 52 ; fire extinguishers, 4 at 75c ; supplying water, $5 . 08 ; repairs, $6 
Sydney Public Building ($1,491.49)— 

Caretaker, L. Keefe, July-Sept. 24 at $29.16 a m., Sept. 25-June 30 at $33.33 am 

Andrews, Wm., sundry labour, $9.62 ; Ball, Keith, plumbing as per contract, $66.25. . . . 

Ingraham, A. D.: oil, 21 galls, at 28c, 33 galls. at*25c; electric lamps, 21 at 35c; sun- 
dries, $5.02 

Matheson, Townsend & Co., oil, $1.16 ; Mills, J. C, lamp, 6 at $2.50 ; hangers, 6 at 50c. 

McAvity, T. & Son.: polished brass rails, 8 at $3.50 ; screws, 80c; expressage, $1 

McCallaghan & Mackenzie, glass and glazing, $14.85; Patterson, Jas., mason work as 
per contract, $500 . 

Routledge, T., reserve coal, 30 tons at $2.75 

Sydney Gas and Electric Light Co.: gas, 9 m. to Sept. 30, 1,249,900 ft. at 16|c; electric 
light, 389,100 ft. at 12c per 1,000 watt hrs., $126.44 ; meter rent, $4.95 

Town of Sydney, water supply, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1901 

Truro Public Building ($1,518.54)— 

Caretaker, Alex. P. Smith, 12 m. to June 30 : 

Acadia Coal Co., Albion lump coal, 50 tons at $4 

Archibald, M., 1 fire-escape as per tender accepted 

Chambers Electric Light and Power Co., 9 m. to Dec 31, 1900 : custom-house, $10.68 ; 
ex-warehouse, $7.14; post office, $96.75; janitor's room, $19.50; 1 arc light, $75; 
wiring, lights, &c, $10.89 

Dexter, F. & Co. : 1 set platform scales, capacity 600 lbs. , for weighing nails, $50 ; repair- 
ing pipe, &c, $7 .26 

Hanson, C. S., 2 Eclipse door springs at $3 ; sundries, $4 . 62 

Spencer, Turner & Logan : stamp window and elevator, $51 ; carpenter repairs, $56.90; 
painting, 75 yds. at 25c 

Town of Truro, water rates for year ending Dec. 31, 1900 

Wilson, Frank, repairing stone and brick work, contract 

Window blinds, $3 . 80 ; H cords wood, $5 . 25 ; cleaning, $5 

Windsor Drill Hall : Windsor Electric Co.: light, Nov. 18-Dec 31, 28,100 watts at 18c; 

wiring as per contract, 37 lights at $4 ; 1 meter, $22 . 

Windsor Public Building ($1,026.80)— 

Caretaker, J. A. Mosher, 12 m. to June 30 

Curry, W. H. : 1 leather couch, $35; 1 leather arm-chair, $32; I oak office desk, $18; 1 
bookcase, $13; arm-chairs, 2 at $3.50; 3 office stools, $9.20 ; carpet, 37£ yds. at 85c 
making same, &c, $3 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
21,395 97 



19 55 

171 25 

3 15 

300 00 
186 45 
700 00 

12 00 
19 75 

14 74 

420 30 

100 00 

52 15 

33 40^ 

388 33 
202 50 

349 20' 

22 00 
27 30 

370 81 

290 29 

15 27 

747 65 

21 00 

13 20 

217 35 

47 06 

22 60 

388 33 

75 87 

26 50 

19 16 
29 80 

514 85 

82 50 

334 48 

20 00 

350 00 
200 00 

85 00 



219 96 



57 26 
10 62 


126 65 
30 00 

425 00 
14 05 


175 07 


400 00 


149 07 


29,897 44 



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Brought forward, 



Windsor Public Building — Con. 

Dimoek, F. W., coal contract, 44 tons at #4.10; McPhee & Mosher, repairs to office 
furniture, $11 .75 - . 

Windsor Electric Light Co. : light, 12 in. to Dec. 31, 1900, $190 ; lamps, 51 at 35c 

Windsor town, water rates, 12 in. to July 1, 1901 . . 

Filling fire extinguishers, $2 ; lumber, $8.37 ; hardware, $10.20 ; sundries $7 .11 

Yarmouth Public Building ($1,796.01)— 

Caretaker, W. H. Whalen, 12 m. to June 30 

Baker, Jas. G., carpenter work, 14^ d. at $2 . 50 ; 2 door checks and springs, $11.50 ; 
sundry lumber, &c, $32.68 " 

Crowell, S. A. & Co.: rubber hose, 50 ft. at 16c. ; sundry, $13.90 

Killam Bros., anthracite egg coal, 60 tons at $4 . 80 

Kinney-Haley Manf'g Co., Ltd., table and letter box as per contract, $57; repairing 
table, $8... 

Morton, G. J., contracts for closets, &c, $95.40; plumbing repairs contract, $95.95; 
pipe fi ttings, &c. , $9 . 18 

Pellet & Sellars, whitewashing, kalsomining, &c , contract 

Telfry, Reg., inside painting contract, $75; extra painting, &c, in bath room and hall- 
ways, &c, $10 

Williams, R. W., 20 Auer lights. $50; Woods, Jas. W., 1 16-ft. Dom. flag, $16.50 .... 

Yarmouth Gas Light Co., 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, 191,600 ft. at $2. . . . 

Yarmouth Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Filling fire extinguishers, &c, $2.90 ; repairing clock, $3 ; repairs to locks, keys, &c, $7.55. 
Charlottetown Dominion Building ($4,595.82)— 

Engineer, Wm. J. Fraser, 12 m. to June 30 

Messengers : M. A. Allen, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $450 per an., $225 ; 6 m. to June 30 
at $500 per an., $250 ; Geo. Walker, increase from $450 to $500, Mar. 20-June 30, 

1900, $14.09 ; 12 m. to June 30, 1901, $500 

Watchman, Angus McKenzie, 12 m. to June 30 

Apothecaries Hall Co., toilet paper, 100 pkgs. at 10c 

Charlottetown Light and Power Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, 360,600 ft. at $2, 259,400 

ft. at $1.90 ; meter rent, $4.80 

Charlottetown Water Commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to June 30 

Down, A., wood, 8 cords at $4 ; Fennell & Chandler, hardware, $25.47 

Finlayson, Kenneth : repairs to P. O. boxes, 205 at 25c; new locks, 7 at $1.50 ; taking 

up platform, $12.60 ; repairs to doors, furniture, &c, 33 h. at 30c. ; sundry labour and 

material, $52.49 

Jury & Co., repairing clock, $2 ; Kennedy & Co., 1 5-yd. Dominion ensign, $12, 1 7- yd. 

$25 ; repairing flag, $1.50 

Myrick, J. H., & Co. : soap, 6 boxes at $6 ; sundries, $15.93 

McKenna, Bernard, removing ashes, 91 d. at 20c 

P. E. I. Electric Co.: illuminating post office, $30 ; repairing bells, &c, $12.25 

Pickard, A., & Co. : hard coal, 6 tons at $5 ; coal as per contract, 111 56 tons at $3.85. . . 

Prowse Bros. : linoleum, 20 yds. at 85c. ; sundries, $14.50 

Shaw, B., & Bearisto : contract work, est. No. 2, $425 ; sundry plumbing, $3 

Stewart, Bruce & Co.: repairs on smoke-pipe, 173J h. at 30c; repairs to boilers, 3 h. at 

40c, 8 at 30c; plate steel, 410 lbs. at 4c ; Swedish iron rivets, 25 lbs. at 16c; 4 tube 

brushes, $4 ; mason work, $5 ; truckage, 75c 

Charlottetown Resident Engineer's Office ($150.00)— 

Merchants' Bank of P. E. I., rent of offices, 9 m. to Mar. 30, 1901 

Montague Public Building ($566.77)— 

Cart-taker, Wm. Gillies, 12 m. to June 30 

Lemon, John, pitch pine rail on steps at entrance of building, $15 ; improvement of 

approach to building, contract, $250 

Montague Electric Co., lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901 

Wightman, Geo., coal contract, 15 "6 tons at $4.30 ; paid for mason work, $26.92 ; sundry 

supplies to buildings, $24.69 

Summerside Public Building ($1,358.36)— 

Caretaker, Angus McSween, 12 m. to June 30. 

• Bruce, McKay & Co.: concrete floor in cellar of P. O., contract, $70; removing stairs, 

$1.50 ; wood, 3| cords at $3 

Holman, R. T.: window trimmings, contract, $31.95; 1 carpet, $25.50; 1 mat, $2.5<i ; 

coal, egg, 40 tons at $6, bituminous, 10 68 tons at $4.25 ; kerosene oil, 48 33 galls, at 

18^c ; hardware, $4.18 

Ives, H. R., & Co., 1 set grate bars, $11,20 ; Mechanics Mfg. Co., gates, 4 at $9 ; sundry 

repairs, &c. , $23.05 

Rogers, Chas. R, : plumbing contract, $250 ; putting new basin in P. O., $30 

Summerside Electric Light Co.: lighting, 4 m. to June 30, 1900, at $9.59, 8 m. to Mar. 1 

1901, at $11 ; 2 32-cp. lamps at 50c 

Warren, Hicks & McMurdo Bros., sundry supplies 

Removing loose brick from side of P. 0.,'$5.15 ; glazing windows, &c, $13.38 ; removing 

ashes, $3 ; putting up storm windows, $3 ; plumbing, $1.70 ; sundries, $1.33 



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29,897 44 



192 20 

207 85 

50 00 

27 68 

400 00 

80 43 

21 90 
288 00 

65 00 

200 53 
120 00 

85 00 

66 50 
383 20 

72 00 
13 45 

400 00 



989 09 
400 00 

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1,218 89 

225 00 

57 47 



136 74 



40 50 
51 93 
18 20 
42 25 

459 50 
31 50 

428 00 


85 75 


150 00 


160 00 


265 00 
23 08 


118 69 


400 00 


81 25 



358 48 



70 25 
280 00 


127 3 
13 4 


27 56 


38,841 13 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Bathurst Public Building ($1,308.16)— 

Caretaker, Jas. A. Melanson, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, R. R. Hickson, 2 years to July 11, 1901, at $50 per annum 

Ache, Peter, firewood, 7 cords at $2.50; Ives, fl. R. & Co., 2 Buffalo boilers, $263.20 ; 

headers to sketch, $20 ; freight, $19.14 

Mansfield, Wm., services as pipe-fitter from 8-18 Oct., 1900, 11 d. at $55 per m 

Melanson, Sam'l.: American coal oil, 50 galls, at 25c, 50 at 24c; lamps, &c, $6.09. . . . 

Roy, N. H., soft coal, 2 tons at $5.50 ; White, Hy., coal contract, 48£ tons at $8.35 

Glass, $1.35 ; labour in putting up furnaces, $0.25 ; hauling furnace castings, $1.50 ; hard- 
ware, $12.72 ; expressage, $1.95 

Carleton, N.B., Public Building ($325.75)— 

Caretaker, J. R. Reid, 12 m. to June 30 

Clark, D. W., & Sons : electric light as per contract, 12 m. to July 1, 1901, $150 ; 2 10-c.p. 

lamps at 25c; decorating P. O., contract, $20 ; putting up flags, $1 : 

St. John City, water rates for year ending May 1, 190L 

Starr, R. P. & W. F., nut coal, 5 375 tons at $5.20 , 

Erection of flag poles, &c, $9.05 ; hardwood, $4.25 ; hardware, $4.50 

Chatham, N.B., Public Building ($885.16)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Johnston, 12 in. to June 30 

Call, R. R., coal contract : bituminous round, 207 tons at $4.50; anthracite egg, 40538 

tons at $0.80 

Chatham Electric Light Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, $156 ; lamp, $10.10 

Watt, Geo. : wood, 2^ cords at $2 ; hardware, $27.48 . . 

Removing storm windows, $8 ; repairing locks, &c, $7 ; repairing chimneys, $2.50 ; 

expressage, 30c 

Dalhousie Public Building ($726.03)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Gould, 12 m. to June 30 

Godin, Jos., soft coal, 43'66 tons at $5 . 75 

Harquail, Jas., laying hardwood floor and material, contract 

McDonald, D. : o'il, 40 galls, at 28c, 40 galls, at 25c. ; sundries, $3.75 

Fredericton Public Building ($2,567.46)— 

Caretaker, L. Yerxa, 12 m. to June 30 .. . . 

Chestnut, R., & Sons : f-in. hose, 50 ft. at 15c. ; hardware, $12.85. ... , 

Clarke, H. M. : putting on outside sashes and glazing, $10 ; 1 set pigeon holes for P.O., 

$5.20 ; sundry repairs, $12 

Farrell, Patk., coal : chestnut, 5 tons at $5.48 ; furnace, 40 '72 tons at $5.20 

Fredericton City, water rates, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1901 

Fredericton Gas Light Co. : gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 77,800 ft. at $3, 117,800 ft. at 

$2.70; 1 arc light, 313 lights at 30c ; meter rent, $1.20 

Hurley & McGoldrick, hardware, $13.69 ; Kitchen, H. G. : painting and repairing roof 

on P.O., contract, $97.80; sundry, $4.82 , 

Maxwell, John : labour and material for post office steps, front and rear, also steps to 

custom house, and repairing examining warehouse, contract, $715 ; repairs to masonry, 

P.O., contract, $75 

Nason, D. D., sawed furnace' wood, 3 cords at $5 

Sutherland, W. H.: painting and kalsomining, contract, janitor's dept., $178 ; post office, 

outside painting and repairs, &c, $65 ; glass and glazing, $10 

Mixture for charging fire extinguishers, $1.70; hauling ashes, $3.50; grinding lawn 

mower, $1 ; 1 doz. brooms, $2.50 ; cleaning and repairing clocks, $3.25 

Moncton Public Building ($1,136.57)— 

Caretaker, E. B. Hicks, 12 m. to June '>0 

Canada Coals and Railway Co., round coal, 60 tons at $4.45 

Hicks, E. B., repairing locks, &c, $7.20 ; Marks, John H., soft wood, 3 cords at $3 

Moncton Water and Light Co. ($434.70)— 

Gas, 12 m. to March 1, 1901, 34,300 ft. at $2, 166,000 ft. at $1.60 

Water, 9 m. to June 1, 1901 

Robertson & Givan, hardware and repairs 

Newcastle Public Building ($1,089.64) — 

Caretaker, Patrick Keating, 12 m. to June 30 

Call, R. R. : gas, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 80,100 ft. at $3 ; anthracite furnace coal, 30 927 

tons at $6.60 : bituminous round coal, 25 "844 tons at $4.50 

Creaghan, J. D., Brussels carpet, sewing and laying, 25 yds. at $1.50 ... . 

Cole's National Mfg. Co., 1 15-ft. Dominion flag, $15.75; Ryan, F. D., painting, contract, 

$48 .... 

Stothart, Geo., wainscotting room in custom house, and furnishing material 

Wood, 4 loads at 65c . ; hardware, $9.07 . 

Portland Post Office ($138.40)— 

St. John City, water rates, 1 y. to May 1, 1901 

St. John Railway Co. : gas, 10,000 ft. at $1.85, 27,500 ft. at $1.75 ; meter rent, $1.20 

Starr, R. P., & W. F., nut coal, contract, 5'173 tons at $4.90 

Hardwood, $6.75; 1 counter screen and I window screen, $9.50; hardware, $6.24; 

removing ashes, $5.95 ; repairs to doors, &c, $2.25 ; cleaning, $1 



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$ cts. 


38,841 13 


400 00 
100 00 


319 84 
19 52 
31 19 

413 84 


23 77 


100 00 


171 50 

8 50 
27 95 
17 80 


300 00 


368 78 

166 10 

32 48 


17 80 


400 00 

251 08 

50 00 

24 95 


400 00 
20 35 


27 20 

239 15 

48 00 


646 50 


116 31 


790 00 
15 00 


253 00 


11 95 


400 00 

267 00 

16 20 


334 20 
100 50 

18 67 


400 00 


560 72 
37 50 


63 75 
16 00 
11 67 


13 50 

67 83 
25 38 


31 69 


47,018 30 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-109 



Dominion Build ings : Maintenance— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Sussex Public Building ($731.72)— 

Caretakers : Sheppard Dry den, 8 m. to Feb. 28 at $200 per annum ; Mrs. Sheppard 

Dryden, 4 m. to June 30 at $200 per annum 

Dryden, H. H. : making gal v. tank for water, &c, contract, $35 ; door fittings, &c, $14.10 ; 

repairing lock, $6.95 . . . . 

Mitchell, C, R. : Am. oil, 42£ galls, at 20c. ; brooms, 6 at 30c 



Sussex Mercantile Co. : coal, 23 tons at $9, 18'52 at $7, 1 ton, $6, 1, $5, 2 brls., $1.20 ; £ 

cord wood, $2 ; chemicals for fire extinguisher, $1 

Sussex Water and Electric Co. : 19 16-c. p. lamps, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $8.25 per m., 

3 32-c. p. lamps at 50c, 1 16-c. p. lamp, 25c. ; 1 lamp renewed, 60c 

1 load soft wood, $1.50 ; castings, $3 ; work on flag poles, $6 ; repairs to safe, 75c; repair- 
ing clock, $1 

St. John Custom House ($4,201.22)— 

Engineer, N. J. Morrison, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, Christopher White, 12 m. to June 30 . . 

Caretaker, Jas. A. Paul, 12 m. to June 30 

Feltham, Eliza, scrubbing and cleaning offices, 79^ d. at $1 

Gibbon, J. S., & Co., nut coal, 505 tons at $5.65 ; McAvity, T., & Sons, hardware, $48.26. 

Porter, John, hauling ashes, 144 loads at 20c 

Starr, R. P. & W. F.: coal, furnace, 260 31 tons at $4.45, reserve, 2 '99 tons at $4.25. .. . 
St. John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1901, 3,381,100 galls, at He: meter rent, $33. 
St. John Railway Co.: electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 1,900 x (h constant) watts at 

15c, 15,600 x (h constant) watts at 13ic ; meter rent, $2 . 52 ; gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1900, 

67,400 ft. at $1.85, 191,300 ft. at $1.75; meter rent, $4.80 

Firewood, $8.75 ; 50 pkgs. toilet paper, $5 ; repairs to office furniture, $3.15 

St. John Engineer's Office ($30)— 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : 1, 50 x 30 office desk, with 4 drawers each end, $17.50, 

1 revolving chair, $4.25 ; 1 chair, $1 .25 ; 1 letter- press stand, $7 

St. John Observatory ($113.55)— 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison : 1 oak table, 48 x 25, $22. 50 ; 2 oak paper cases 38 x 78, 

$65 ; sundry office furniture and repairs, $26.05 

St. John Post Office ($6,083.36)— 

Engineer, James Wolfe, 12 m. to June 30 

Elevator-man, Edward Haney, 12 m. to June 30 

Winding and regulating clock, G. H. Martin, 1 y. to Nov. 1, 1900 

Amland Bros., repairs to office furniture 

Craigie, Geo. R., painting letter boxes, as per agi'eement, 58 at 85c. . 

Estey & Co., 250 ft. 2^-in. pure linen fire hose and couplings and 5 swinging hose racks, 

fitted and erected as per agreement 

Hunter, James : incandescent lamps, 25 at 40c, 50 at 35c, 110 at 25c, 25 at 24c; repairs, 

$15.15 

Miller, Elizabeth, charwoman, 20 d. at $1 

McAvity, T., & Sons, hardware, $33.68 ; Patterson, Downing Co., furnace coal, 15"56 

tons at $5 . 25 ; housing 19 loads at 15c 

Porter, John, hauling ashes, 40 loads at 30c . 

Skinner, A. O.: Brussels carpet and border, 47| yds. at $1.40 ; making and laying same, 

$5.80 ; 2 rugs, $9 ; lining, 28 yds. at 7c 

John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1901, 3,707,300 galls, at l|c per 100 galls.; 

meter rent, $24 

John Ry. Co.: gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 4,200 ft. at $1.85, 14,700 ft. at $1.75 ; meter 

rent, $8; electric light, 780,700 x (2 constant) watts at 15c, 1,968,100 at 13^0.; 

1,127,900 x (4 constant) watts at 15c, 2,900,500 at 13^c; Edison sockets, 6 at 25c ; 

labour on lights, 2 h. at 25c 

Starr, R. P. & W. F., coal: furnace 99 99 tons at $4.50; nut, 5 345 tons at $4.90; 

reserve, 5 346 at $4. 25 

1 white wood table top, $2; firewood, $8.75 ; toilet paper, 96 pkgs. at 10c; repairs to 

furniture, $4 .02 ; repairs to 8-day clock, $7 .50 

St. John Savings Bank ($387.43)— 

McAvity, T., & Sons, 125 ft. fj-in. wire bound hose with couplings, &c 

, St. John City : water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1901, $15 ; meter rent, $2 52 

St. John Ry. Co.: gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 15,600 ft. at $1.85, 42,600 ft. at $1.75 ; meter 

rent, $2.40 

Starr, R. P. & W. F., coal : nut, 5 32 tons at $4.80 ; egg, 39 81 tons at $4.67 ; reserve, 

4-51 tons at $4.25 

Watters, John, j cord sawn and split hardwood 

St. Stephen Public Building ($1,031. 57)— 

Caretaker, Samuel Topping, 12 in. to June 30 

Regan, D., plumbing, $6.30 ; Rose, F. E., sundries, $13.42 

St. Croix E. L. and Water Co., water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

St. Croix Gas Light Co.: bridge office, 12 m. to. Jan. 1, 1901, 6,800 ft. at $4, 9,200 at s:; . 

public building, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, 56,300 ft at $4, 55,700 ft. at $3 

Teed, A. J. & Co., egg coal, 20 tons at $4.75 ; Vroom Bros., 5 window shades, $5.75 , • - 

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St. 



$ cts. 
47,018 30 

19!) 94 

56 05 
10 30 

351 83 

101 35 

12 25 

720 00 

600 00 

500 00 

79 50 

76 79 

28 80 

1,171 09 

540 15 



467 99 
16 90 



30 00 

113 55 

060 00 

600 00 

80 00 

36 50 

49 30 

184 75 

76 15 
20 00 

118 24 
12 00 

83 49 

580 08 



3,052 11 

498 87 

31 87 

26 70 
17 52 

105 82 

230 64 
6 75 

400 00 
19 72 
64 00 

447 10 
100 75 

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Tracadie Lazaretto ($1,526.71)— 

Care of furnace and pump, Soeur Doucet, 12 m. to April 24, 1901 

Call, R. R., anthracite coal, 8042 tons at $8.15 

Doucet, Sr.: plumbing, 8 d. at $2, 4 at $1.75 ; glass and putty, $3.90; wood, 90 cord 
$2 ; vouchers outstanding, $120 

Everett, Chas. S.: 1 ash table, $5 ; 1 oak roll top desk, $22.50 ; 2 arm chairs, $6 ; 1 cup- 
board, $13 

Guerney-Massey Co., 1 B portable oven to burn wood 

Mc Avity, T. & Sons : 2 x 6 cold rolled copper sheeting, 145 lbs. at 26c. ; rainbow rubber pack- 
ing, 12 lbs. at 80c; gal v. pipe, 115| ft., 2-in. at $18, 159£ ft., 1^-in. at $13.55, 207 ft., 
1^-in., at $11.30, 607 ft., 1-in. at $8.25, 807 ft., f-in. at $5.75, 101 T V ft., ^-in, at $5.15 ; 

elbow, tees, couplings, &c, $36.77 

Woodstock Public Building ($1,118.62)— 

Caretaker, Chas. Traf ton, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, H. V. Dalling, 6 m. to Nov. 1, 1900 

Drysdale, Jas. E., work and material on floors and front doors in P. O., $206.45, repair- 
ing roof, $65.49 

Teed, A. J. & Co., egg coal, contract 3107 tons at $6.50 

Woodstock Elec. Light Co.: 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, tower clock, $80 ; post office, $80 . . . 

Woodstock Town, water supply, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 . 

Repairs to office furniture, &c, $4.10; dry wood, 3 cords at $2 ; hauling ashes, $4.50; 1 

doz. brooms, $4.20 ; hardware, $7.90 , 

Buildings— Maritime Provinces generally ($26.72)— 

Dodwell, C. E. W.: paid for snow shovelling at Halifax Drill Hall, $3.12 ; travel, Mont- 
real to Ottawa, $6.85 ; hotel at Ottawa, $14.25 ; cab hire, $2.50 

Aylmer Public Building ($763.97)— 

Caretaker, Miss G. Woods, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Aylmer Water Works, water supply, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

Bourgeau, F. : repairs to two front doors and putting on spring, $13; removing blinds 
and double windows, 142 h. at 25c; sundry work and material, $53.85 ; voucher out- 
standing, $23.51 

Butterworth, J. G. & Co.: coal, nut, 7 tons at $6.95, furnace, 20 tons, $6.75 

Goyer, David, polishing pallet stones, repairing escapement and cleaning clock in post 
office 

Hull Electric Co.: wiring P. O. building, contract, $160 ; lighting, June 1, 1900-Feb. 1, 
1901, 40 lights, $4 each per annum, $106.67 

Mulligan, W. G., wood, 5 cords at $3.50 ; McCullough & Co., nut coal, 2 tons at $8 

Street car tickets, $8.85 ; hardware, $14.66 ; plumbing, $6.55 ; repairs to office furniture, 

$2.50 ; cartage and freight, 70c , 

Berthierville Post Office ($451.63)— 

Caisse, A. L., oil, 48 galls, at 20c, brls., $4 ; Chaput, H., soft wood, 4 cords at $3.75 

Denis, Jos., carpentry and other repairs, contract 

Durand, J. R. : stoves, 2 at $8 ; sundry plumbing, &c, $9 

Foucher, J. U. & Cie ; water, 12 m. to June, 1901, $20 ; 1 hose nozzle, $1 

Lafontaine, C, fire extinguishers, $1.20; Lamardie, F. O., stove coal, 12'14 tons at $6. . 

Trudel, Alfred, carting snow, winter of 1900 and 1901 

€hicoutimi, Engineer Blais' office ($50.00)— 

Lemieux, Ed., rent of office, 10 rn. to May 1 at $5 

Coaticook Public Building ($1,834.39)— 

Caretaker, I. Baldwin, 12 m. to June 30 

Baldwin, G. E., hardwood, 5 cords at $3.75 ; Baldwin & Page, sundries, $19.51 

Bishop, D. S., plumbing repairs, contract . . 

Coaticook Elec. Lt. and Power Co. : 49 lights, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, $193.14 ; lamps, 7 at 
35c 

Coaticook Water Co. : use of water, 12 m. to Sept. 1, 1900 

Hall, A. : extending drain to river, contract, $25 ; repairs to furnace and sundry plumbing, 
$123.77 • ; 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : Buffalo boilers, 2 at $168 ; twin connections and 4 valves, $60 ; extra 
for special header, $25 ; G. T. R. , freight prepaid, $18.66 

Smith, B. J . : coal, egg, 25' 195 tons at $5.50, stove, 4-115 tons at $5.75 

Taking down furnace, $2 ; repairing clock, $1 ; repairs to cellar floor, $6.88 

Dundee Custom House ($584.45)— 

Eraser, John J. : sundry painting and repairs, contract, $402 ; additional work painting, 
100 yds. at 20c. ; clapboarding, 10 yds. at 75c ; plastering, 5 yds. at 20c ; shingles, 
11 - 25 squares at $5 ; sundry material, $33.45 

Rodier, Louis, drilling artesian well, 70 ft. at 30c 

Tallion, John : gal v. iron piping, 70 ft. at 12|c ; 1 pump, $2.25 ; coupling, $1 

Mathews, Allen S., coal, 5 tons at $6.25 

Farnham Public Building ($845.62)- 

Chapleau, G. & Sons : 1 fire and burglarproof safe, 44 x 32 x 30J, . 

Farnham Town, water, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1900 . . 

La Lumiere Electrique : lighting post office, 15| m. to Mar. 1, 1901 



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59,597 15 



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Moniin ion Building* : Maintenance— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Farnham Public Building — Con. 

Lequin, J. A. : egg coal, 5 tons at $5 ; Nadeau & Gauthier, wood, 12 cords at $1.95, 4 

atfl.35 

Saurette, A., building coal and wood shed as per tender 

1 lawn mower, $6.50 ; 1 elec. light and switch, $3.75 ; hardware, $8.84 ; cartage and 

freight, $8.56 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station (52c.) — 

Werngrew, B. C, coal oil, 1 "62 galls, at 32c 

Hull Public Building ($946.55)— 

Caretaker, J. I. Madore, 12 m. to June 30, 1900 

Barette, F. : 2 stoves, $20 ; sundry hardware, $6.54 

Frechette, Mde. Wm. J. : rent of temjxDrary post office, 10 m. to May 1, 1901 

Hull City : water rates, 440 Main St., 15 m. to July 31, 1901, $77.25 ;192 Alma St., 12 m. 

to July 31. 1901, $10 ,.., 

Hull Coal Co. : stove coal, 20^ tons at $7 ; Labelle, J. B., wood, 6 loads at $1.50 ; sundries, 

$16.55 

Ottawa Electric Co. : lighting March 10 to 26, charged proportionate to corresponding 

period last year (meter having been burned) $36.75, June 11-March 22, 1901, 21,940 

ampere hrs. at lc. ; meter rent, $2.25 ; less deduction of 40 p. a, discount, $103.34. . . . 

Parent, Antoine : painting, 80 yds. at 15c. ; sundry painting and papering, $18.65 

Renaud, James : cleaning grounds, $1.75 ; St. Jean, S., putting up stove pipe, $1.25 

Joliette Public Building ($820.92)— 

Caretaker, Adolphe Ratel, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Copping, W. : dry slabs, 10 cords at $1.75 ; Dostaler, D. A., repairs to P. O. roof, &c, con- 
tract, $54 

Joliett* Town: lighting, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1900, $86.40; water rates, 12m. to May 1, 

1901, $108 

Leprohon, M. & Cie., coal, voucher outstanding 

Leduc, Jos., labour, $10; Rivet, Frs., sundries, $10.40 

Hardware, $9.33 ; labour, 75c. ; repairs to furnace, &c, $3.75 

Lachine Public Building ($352.36)— 

Caretaker, O. P. Robert, 12 m., to June 30 

Bell Bros. & Co. : coal as per contract, 16 03 tons at $5 

Lizotte, A. : sundry plumbing, $15.81 ; Pigeon, L. B., maple, 6 cords at $7 ; sundry, $9. . 
Ranson, E. A. : fire extinguishers, 50c. ; Robert, H. & Co., Am. oil, 60 galls, at 25c. ; 

sundries, $14.90 ... 

Town of Lachine : lighting, 9 m. to Mch. 31, 1901, 10 lamps, 16 c.p., $45 ; 2 lamp bulbs, 

50c ; water rates, 12 m.to June 30, 1901, $29.52 , 

Laprairie Public Building ($760.33)— 

Caretaker, A. Thomas, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Beauvais, L., astral oil, 52^ galls, at 21c. ; Bissonnette, Jos., wood, 2 cords at $5, 1, 

$4.50 , 

Bonneterre, Edmond, sundry plumbing contract 

Bourassa, Aime : anthracite coal, 20"1 tons at $6; sundries, $13.45 

Defayette, Octave, cartage and freight 

Demers, A. A., supplying water, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 

Thomas, Alph., supplying decorations 

Levis Immigration Building ($57.30) — 

L^Blouin, J. A. : cherry, 9 cords, $4.50; spruce, 3 cords at $4; sawed and split Mood, 4 

cords at $1.20 

Montmagny Public Building ($318.61)— 

Belanger, Napoleon : water rates, 12i m. to July 1, 1900, $37.21 ; work on drain, 5f d 

at $1.50 

Cloutier, Alphonse, labour, 11^ d. at $1.50 ; dynamite, $2.25 

Laberge, Alph. : maple, 8i cords at $4 ; spruce, 3 cords at $2.50 ; sundry lumber and 

hardware, $30.98 

Montmagny Elec. Co. : lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $33.75; 16 c. p. lamps, 7 at 30c. . 

Morin, F. J., 1 flag, $15 ; sundries, $4.16 

Paquet, Noel: tubing, 120 ft. at 21c, 111 ft. at 16c. ; 1 basin, $12.75 ; sundry plumbing, 

$43.32 

Thibault, Jos., plumbing, 4£ d. at $1.50 ; sundries, $8.50 

Cedar posts, $4.50 ; fire extinguisher, $3.24 ; labour, $4 

Montreal Civil Service Examinations ($158.17) — 

St. Jean Baptiste Society, rent of rooms for examination, 1900.. 

Rent of tables for c. s. exam., $5.50 ; repairing same, $2.67 

Montreal Custom House ($3,323.22)— 

Caretaker, C. Daudelin, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Fireman, B. Lajeunesse, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Care of dock, P. W. Wood, 12 m. to April 30, 1901 

Archambault, Jos. : carpet, 46 yds. at $1.00 ; cutting and laying same, $4.60; 1 rug, $5.. 

Brunet, Francis : jf-in. rubber hose, 160 ft. at 12c. ; plumbing supplies, $9.10 

Customs Cartage Co., removing ashes, 1 year ending Oct. 15, 1900 

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66,442 81 



150 00 


8 17 


350 01 


600 00 


80 00 


83 20 


28 30 


20 00 


71,381 53 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDW^D VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Montreal Custom House — Con. 

Grothe, T. A., & Fils, watchman's clock, $2.50 ; Lambert & Fils, 2 oak tables, contract, 

$315 

Montreal City, water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 

Montreal Gas Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 339,400 cu. ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ft 

rent of 2 meters, $3.80 ; gas stove, June 30-Dec. 31, 1900, 29,900 cu. ft. at $1 ; rent of 

meter, 80c 

Moore, T. F., & Co., furnace coal, 99-6 tons at $5. 50 

Royal Elec. Co. : lighting tower clock, May 10-Nov. 30, 1900, 23,149 volts at |c. ; 

' meter rent, $2 ; less allowance for prompt payment, $57.87 

Valiquette, N. G. : office stools, 10 at $10 ; 1 golden oak office desk, $22 ; revolving chair, 

$8 ; 1 chair, $5, 1, $2.50 

Walker, The Jas., Hardware Co. : 1 set gas logs for grate, $7.40; 1 Yale Maltese latch, 

8 keys, $7.25; 1 set rubber wheel castors, $6.90; toilet paper, 75 pkgs. at 15c. ; 

sundry hardware, $129.99 

Wilson Freres : 1 cord hardwood, $9 ; slabs, 1^ cords at $4.50 

Repairs, washing and putting up double windows, &c. : Rodrigue Cyr, 15 d. at $1.25 ; N. 

Robillard, 52 d at $1.50 

Montreal Drill Hall ($791.01)— 

Engineers, at $45 per m. : Wm. McDonald, July-Nov. 20, $210 ; Jos. Gagnier, Dec- 

June30, $315 , . 

Firemen at $45 per m. : Jos. Gagnier, 17 d. in Oct. and Nov., $69.68 ; A. James, Dec. 24- 

April 30, $190.50 

Walker, The Jas., Hardware Co., hardware 

Montreal Examining Warehouse ($5,079.38)— 

Fireman, M. Boyer, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, H. Marchand, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, Nap. Loiselle, 14 d. in Nov., Dec. -April 15, $45 per m. 

Brunet, Jos., 1 No. 6 decorated tin water filter and cooler 

Customs Cartage Co., removing ashes, 1 yr. ending Oct. 15, 1900 

Lewis Bros. & Co. : white waste, 900 lbs. at 10c. ; boiler compound, 1 brl., $38.40 ; 60 

galls, at 80c; Elliotts grate iron, 18 sq. ft. at $4 ; syl. oil, 47^ galls, at 85c. ; castor 

oil, 50 lbs. at lie; garlick valve packing, 40 lbs. at $1 ; 1 keg gear grease, $6 ; sperm 

candles, $6 ; Albany grease, 25 lbs. at 45c; 1 brl. 'A engine and dynamo oil, $33.60 ; 

sundry, $23.97 

Montreal City : water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1901, $446.20 ; 12 m. to April 26, 1901 

$133.37 ; meter rent, $3 

Montreal Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 659,300 c. ft. at $1.20 ; meter rent, $8.80 
Moore, T. F. & Co.: furnace coal, 3303 tons at $5.50 ; Walker, The Jas. Co., locks and 

springs, $4.15 

Wilson Freres, slabs, 11 cords at $4.50 .'. 

Montreal Immigration Building ($500) — 

Dawes & Co., rent of premises, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 

Montreal Inland Revenue ($1,103.63)— 

Fireman, Louis St. Jean, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Montreal City : water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 

Montreal Gas Co.; gas, 12 in. to Dec. 31, 1900, 148,300 c. ft. at $1.20 ; meter rent, $3.60. 

Moore, T. F. & Co., egg coal, 36-05 tons at $5.50 

Removing rubbish, 19 loads at 40c; 1 revolving bookcase, $5 ; h cord slabs, $2.25 ; hard- 
ware, $9.03 " 

Montreal Post Office ($15,939.90)— 

Engineer Frank Green, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 , ., 

Electrician, G. Gingras, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Electrican, L. D. Thibault, 12 m. to June 30, $720 ; outlay, $2.40 

Elevatormen, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 : A. Forget, $600; S. N. Nickle, $660 ; O. Renaud, 

$600 

Caretaker w.c's., C. Vadeboncceur. 12 m. to June 30 

Messenger, Jos. Dutrisoe, Oct.- June, 266 d. at $2 

. Care of clock, T. A. Grothe & Fils, 1 yr. to Feb. 1, 1901 

Brooks Manfg. Co. : ' Sakta ' cleansing powder, 312 lbs. at 10c 

Desjardins, Jos.: removal of ashes, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, $25 ; carting rubbish, 5 loads 

at 40c 

Lewis Bros. & Co., white waste, 200 lbs. at 10c ; Lyman- Knox Co., soft soap, $19.25. . . 

Montreal City : water rates, 12 m. to May 1, 1901 

Montreal Gas Co. ($179.68)— 

St. James St.: 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 56,300 cu. ft. at $1.20 per M.; meter, $2. . . 

St. Catherine St.: Dec 30- June 9, 1900, 22,400 cu. ft. at $1.20 per M.; meter, $1 

St. Lawrence St.: 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 67,200 cu. ft. at $1.20 per M.; meter, $1.60. 

Moore, T. F. & Co., furnace coal, 135-05 tons at $5. 50 . 

Royal Electric Co. ($7,160.10)— 

Lighting St. James St. P.O., 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, 666,480 amp. hrs. at fa; rent of 
3 meters, $9 



$ 



cts. 



71,381 53 



319 13 

446 78 

547 75 

117 76 
137 50 



162 79 
15 75 

96 75 



525 00 

260 18 
5 83 

600 00 

540 00 

223 50 

8 00 

35 00 



415 10 

587 57 
799 96 

1,820 75 
49 50 

500 00 

600 00 

99 91 

181 56 

198 28 

23 88 

720 00 

720 00 
722 40 

1,860 00 

547 50 

532 00 

60 00 

31 20 

27 00 

39 25 

689 19 

69 56 

27 88 

82 24 

742 75 



4,007 88 



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nonunion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Montreal Post Office — Continued. 

A. C. motor current, April 10-30, 1901, 24,702 amp. hrs. at fa; rent of 2 meters, $5. 

Operating, 12 m. to June .30, 1901— 

Stamp cancelling machine. 49,904 amp. hrs. at £c 

Passenger elevator, 5,810£ hrs. at 35c 

Freight elevator, 1 8-h.p. motor at $000 per an. ; rent of meter, $3 

Valiquette, N. G. : 1 oak roll-top desk, $80 ; office desks, 1, $35, 1, $40, 1 $32.50, 1, $30 ; 

1, bookcase, $6.50 ; office chairs, 4 at $17, 4 at $10, 5 at $0 ; 1 revolving chair, $7 ; 1 

oak table with cupboard, $50 ; s-undry, $10.27 

Walker, The Jas., Hardware Co.: toilet paper, 300 pkgs. at 15c ; Blount door springs 

$10, 3 at $7 ; electric cable, $26 ; 1 machinist's vice, $8.50 ; hot water thermometers, 

2 at $3 ; 1 extension ladder, $8.25 ; Eclipse ducks, 2 at $3 ; 1 portable lamp, $4.50 ; 

batteries, 3 at $1.75 ; 1 trip gong, $4.50 ; nails, assorted, $13.33 ; door springs, $6.80 

1 check for spring. $6 ; leather belting, 18 ft. at 36c, 64 ft. at 15c; sundry hardware 

$350.43 

Mercier, Geo. H., g in. elevator rope, 896 ft. at 16c 

Carpenters, d. at $1.75 : Ant. Chevrier, 52 ; Jos. Fabreau, 48 

Labourers, d. at $1.50 : Ls. Aube, 61 ; A. Bourassa, 61 ; Louis Brault, 61 ; D. Dutrisae 

52 ; X. Lafebvre, 52 ; Wilfrid Page, 58 ; N. St. Marie, 61 

Electric supplies, 85.04 ; 1 window blind, 75c; sundries, $8.95 

Montreal Public Building ($1,700.00)— 

Engineer, Thos. Ryan, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Caretaker, Ed. Lanctot, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Montreal Resident Engineer's Office ($147.90)— 

Merchants Bank of Canada, rent of offices, Sept. 19- Jan. 31, 1901 

' Montreal Citv water rates, 7 m. to Apr. 30, 1901. 

Quebec Citadel ($168.96)— 

Caretaker, Jos. Lacasse, June 4-30, 1901, 27 d. at $1.50 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of telephone at Governor General's quarters, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 

1901 

Julien, Theo. : brushes, 3 doz. at $3 ; sundries, $22 .58 

Lacasse, P. C: electric batteries, 8 at $1 ; sundries, $8.10 

Quebec Gas Co., June- July, 1900, 15,300 cub. ft. at $1 . 75 per M. . 

Removing ashes, 5 loads at 50c ; repairs, $1 . 50 

Quebec Culler's Office ($792.77)— 

Fireman, James O'Neil, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Corriveau, Theo., plastering, &c, $22.68 ; Filion, A., maple, 8 cords at $5.40; spruce, 2 

cords at $4.40 ; cutting, $8 

Gingras, Jos. : egg coal. 30 '33 tons at $4.73 ; grate coal, 3 '28 tons at $3.70 

Removing ashes, 13 loads at 25c; 1 gall, astral oil, 30c; furnace fittings, $1 . 75 ; plumbing 

repairs, $9.19 

Quebec Custom House ($3,142.21)— 

Fireman, J. R. Mountain, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Care of clock, T. Armand, 12 m. to Apr. 30, 1901 

Cote, P. J.: brussels carpet, 238 yds. at $1.50 ; sewing and laying and paper for same at 

15c per yd., $35.70 ; linoleum, 100 yds. at $1.50 ; laying, &c, $15; 1 doz. rugs, $35 
Filion, A.: maple, 13 cords at $7, 12 at $5.40 ; spruce, 6 cords at $4.40 ; cutting in all 

31 cords at 80c 

Gingras, Jos., voucher outstanding , 

Langlois, Geo., removing snow from roof, season to Apr., 1901 

Menard, Pierre : shovelling snow winter, 1900-1901, 100 d. at $1 ; removing ashes, 3 d 

at $1.25. 

Quebec citv, water rates, 1900-1901 

Quebec Gas Co., gas 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 55,000 cub. ft. at $2, 185,100 ft. at $1.75. .. . 

Richard, Nap., carpenter repairs ., 

Electric fittings, $7.30 ; hardware, $10 06 ; sundries, $1.75 

Quebec Engineer's Office ($132.00)- 

Breen, Thos., allowance for office rent, 11 m., May. 31, 1901 at $12 per m 



Quebec Examining Warehouse ($2,787.26)— 

Engineer, D. P. Kennedy, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Fireman, Thos. P. McLaughlin, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Archer & Co., furnace coal, 20'58 tons at $6.50, 12'55 tons at $6 

Filion, A.: maple, 8 cords at $7 ; spruce, 13 cords at $4.40; cutting same, $16.80 

Gingras, Jos., furnace coal, 47 ' 85 tons at $4 . 58 

Langlois, Geo. A. , shovelling snow winter of 1901 

Quebec city, water rates, 1900-1901 

Quebec Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 20,800 cub. ft. at $2 per m., 55,700 cub. ft. 

at $1 . 75 per m .... 

Richard, Nap., carpentry, $28 ; Rochon, Geo., hauling snow, 246 loads at 15c 

1 high office stool, $3 ; 1 c o. basin, $1 . 50 ; lawn grass, 50c 



Carried forward. 



J ota. 
91,896 11 



L53 71 

299 74 

2,036 77 

663 on 



429 27 



537 46 
143 36 
175 00 

609 00 
14 74 

1,200 00 
500 00 

127 50 
20 40 

40 50 

50 00 
31 58 
16 10 
26 78 
4 00 

540 00 

82 68 
155 60 

14 49 

540 00 
25 00 

592 70 

207 00 

366 40 

40 00 

103 75 

800 00 

433 94 

14 31 

19 11 



132 00 



900 00 
640 00 
209 10 
130 00 
219 18 
30 00 
450 00 

139 08 

64 90 

5 00 



1— 8v 



105,828 26 



V-114 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. . 



Quebec Immigration Building ($1,697.79)— 

Filion, A. : maple, 40 cords at $7 ; cutting 26 cords at 80c, 4 at $1 . 60 

Gingras, Jos., grate coal, 4 tons at $3.70 

Marchand, Geo.: preparing boiler for inspection and repairing same, $15.10; use of 
boiler, May-Nov., $35. 

Montmorency Electric Power Co.: lighting, 135 lights, 14 m. to Sept. 21, 1899, $540 per 
annum, $630 ; repairing lights, 38 hrs. at 25c; opal shades, 25 at 20c; sundry, $6.19 

■Quebec Ry. Lt. and Power Co. : lighting, 135 lights, 15 m. to Dec 21, 1900, $540 per 

annum 

Quebec Marine Building ($1,239.95)— 

Archer & Co.: furnace coal, 10 03 tons at $6.50, stove coal, 15 '2 tons at $4.90 

Gagnon, Thos. : office chairs, 4 at $8, 4 at $1.25 ; sundry, $6.38 

Gingras, Jos., egg coal, 60"13 tons at $4.73 

Quebec City, water rates, 1900-1901 

Tremblay, Ovide, carpenter work, March 5-15, 15 d. at $1 50. . ... 

Quebec Observatory ($251.71)— 

Dugal, Achille : carpenter work, 18 d. at $2, 9J d. at $1.50 ; 3-in. x 9-in. deals, 196 at 42c; 
nails, 125 lbs. at 4c ; sundry material, $22.49 

Picard, Olivier : painting, 164 yds. at 20c; sundry furnishings, &c, $8.85 

Quebec City, water rates, 1900-1901 , 



repairs, 85 days' labour at $2.50 
''4i'at'30c.,'30'at'25c 



Quebec Post Office ($6,480.79)— 

Caretaker, Jean Roy, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Fireman, F. J. Cooper, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Archer & Co., stove coal, 10 tons at $4.90 ; Barbeau, E 

material, $7.80 

Bazin, Fortunat, carpenter work, 161 hrs. at 20c; spruce deals, 

sundry material, &c, $24.50 

Bedard, C. O., repairs to office furniture 

Bell Telephone Co.: rent of telephone, P.O., 12 m. to June 1, 1901, $35; residence of P. 
Beland, 12 m. to Aug. 1, 1901, $25 ; messages, $2.50 

Drolet, F. H., foundry work, $16.73 ; Durand, Edouard, roofing 2 toise at $10 

Filion, A.: maple, 4 cords at $5.40 ; spruce, 1 cord, $4.40 ; cutting, 5 cords at 80c a cord 

Gauthier, J. & Frere : painting, glazing, &c, $37.81; decoration for funeral of Hon. 
Marchand — 461 yds. cashmere at 49c, 10 inscriptions at $10, faux cadres, 14 at $1.50, 
5 hrs. labour at $2 

Gingras, Jos. , furnace coal, 90 ' 04 tons at $4.73 

Gingra.s, L. P. : disinfecting fluid, 150 galls, at 50c ; metal polish, $18 

Girard, Dom., charwoman, 12 m. to June 1, 1901 

Herbert, Ed., soap, 300 lbs. at 5c ; pearline, 100 lbs. at 5c 

Lacasse, P. C. : care of clocks and electric bells, 12 m. to July 1, 1900, $95; 9 clocks at 
$1 ; sundry, $35.70 

Lechance, O.: foundry work, 96^ hrs. at 40c, 154^ hrs. at 30c; sundry repairs and 
material, $20.90 ; 

Langlois, Geo., removal of snow from roof winter of 1900-1901 ...... 

L'Asile du Bon Pasteur : bunting, 19 yds. at 30c; sundry, $5.45 

LaUrent, Arthur, making and engraving plate , 

L'Heureux, Z.: carting rubbish, 12 loads at 50c ; ashes, 29 loads at 50c 

Martel, Honore, removing snow, winter 1900-1901 

Parent, Frs. : tile flooring on wood and concrete, contract, $1,129.20; sundry repairs and 
material, $26.26 

Pelletier, J. B., smith work, $18.75 ; Picard, E., sundries, $28.66 

Picard, O. & Fils : sundry plumbing, repairs and material 

Plamondon, J. H. E.: 2 combination locks and fitting, $60 ; repairs to safe, &c, $16.50. . 

Quebec City, water rates 1900-1901 , . . 

Quebec Gas Co.. gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 63,800 cubic ft. at $2 per M., 213,800 cubic 
ft. at $1.75 per M 

Quebec Ry. Lt. & Power Co.: lighting 91 lights, 9 m. to Dec. 5, 1900, at $45.50 per M.; 
elec current supplied to motor, 6 m. to Nov. 30, 1900, 338| k. w. at 4c, 801 at 3c, 
255 ' 6 at 2|c ; fixed rate, 6 m. at $5 ; motor rent, 6 m. at 50c ; current supplied for 
ventilating fan, 7 m. to June 30 at $200 per annum, $116.67; moving lights, altering, 
•wiring, &c, for heating apparatus, false ceiling, $19.44 ; replacing lights on new ceil- 
ing and 2nd panel, light in motor room, &c, $35.50 ; 2 key sockets, 50c 

1 door check and spring, $8 ; dynamo oil, $4 . 40 ; vaseline, $3 ; glass, $4 ; elec. fittings, 
$2.20 ; sweeping chimneys, $1 ; lumber, 79c. ; hardware, $18.37 ; repairs, ,$9 . 33 ; sun- 
dries, $20.99 ; cartage, $3 

Quebec Weights and Measures ($21 . 75)— 

Bedard, C. O., 1 large office chair, $7.50 ; chairs, 3 at $2.50, 3 at $2.25 . 

Quebec Buildings Generally ($92.63)— 

Beland, Ph., Supt., sundry outlay, Dec, 1899, to July 5, 1900 

G . N . W. Telegraph Co., messages 

Johnston, Jos., services as foreman electrician m Feb. at $70 per m. 

Carried forward 



cts. 



105,828 26 



307 20 
14 80 


50 10 


650 69 


675 00 


139 66 

43 38 

284 41 

750 00 

22 50 


160 06 
41 65 
50 00 


700 00 
660 00 


78 05 


74 00 
12 75 


62 50 
36 73 
30 00 


394 70 

425 86 

93 00 

72 00 
20 00 


139 70 


105 85 
80 00 
11 15 
24 50 
20 50 

120 00 


1,155 46 
47 41 
54 10 

76 50 
750 00 



501 76 



659 19 

75 08 

21 75 

19 93 

2 70 

70 00 

115,612 88 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-115 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Richmond Public Building ($513.40)— 

Caretaker, H. Desmaries, 10 m. to April 30 at $12.50 per m., May and June at $20.83 

per m 

Bushey, T. G., repairs to doors, &c, $10 ; Desmairs Bros., hardware, $23.36 

Ives, H. R. & Co., 1 grate bar, $4, expressage, 55c . ; Rattray, R., plumbing, $8 

Richmond County Elec. Co. : lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, $108 ; 1 lamp 30c; repairs, 40c. 

Smith, J. D . : coal, 30 ' 67 tons at $5 . 75 ; sundry hardware, $15 . 78. . 

Rimouski Post Office ($552.41)- 

Caretakers : Mrs. C. Garon, 5 m. to Nov. 30, $62.50 ; A. Lepage, 7 m. June 30, $87.50 
Lepage, H. G. : Anthracite egg coal, 24^ tons at $7.75 ; spruce wood, 10 cords at $2, cut- 
ting same, $9.50 ; Astral oil, 87 galls, at 30c, 414 7 galls, at 28c. ; sundries, $11.20. . 
Portuguis, A. A., plumbing, $2.68; Talbot, J. A., water, 12 m. to Nov. 1, 1900, $25 .... 
Riviere du Loup Public Building ($849.39)— 

Caretaker, Z. Raymond, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Dion, Nap. : anthracite coal, 20 tons at $9 ; sundry plumbing, $55.62 

Fraserville Co. : elec. lighting, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1900, 21 lights at $1 a night 

Fraserville le Cie d'Aquaduct : connecting the water and sewer systems with public 

buildings, contract $72 ; water rates, 9 m. to April 1, 1901, $45 

Michaud, Jos., cleaning cesspool, $15 ; Nadeau, J. O., repairs to furniture, $8.25.. 

Raymond, Z., tils., repairs, $2.50; Viel, Jos., wood, 10 cords at $3, 10 at $2.80, cutting, 

$14 : sundries, $22.99 

River du Loup Resident Engineer's Office ($84) — 

Pouliot, J, C, rent of offices, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, at $7 per m 

Sherbrooke Public Building ($1,641.10)— 

Caretaker, O. Desire, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Care of clock, R. J. Spearing, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901 

Bayley, L. A. : carpet, 18 yds. at $1.35 ; border, 19| yds. at $1.30, 8£ yds. at 40c. ; rugs ; ! 

2 at $3 . 50 ; sewing carpet and paper, $4 . 14 

Berthiaume, M . : taking down and putting up double windows, $19 ; glass and glazing. 

$7 .88 ; sundry repairs, $5.78 

Boucher, E. & Son : putting up wash bowl, contract $20 ; sundry plumbing, $65 . 82 . 

Codere Sons & Co. : 1 tortoise stove, $10 ; fin. rubber hose, 50 ft. at 10c. ; 1 lawn mower. 

$5 . 25 ; sundry hardware, $47 .14 \ 

Foss, Geo. F.: repairing P. O. boxes, 65 at 15c; 9 keys, $2.40 ; sundry, $1.55 

Huot, Jean : carting away snow, 124 loads at 20c; ashes, 38 loads at 20c; 1 load rub- 
bish, 25c . ; furniture and labour, $2 

Sherbrooke Gas and Water Co. ($540.47)— 

Elec. lighting : 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 76,244 amp. at 50c per 100 ; meter, $2.25 , 

Gas lighting : 9 m. to Dec. 15, 1900, 35,200 cu. ft. at 25c per 100 ; meter, $2.25 

Appraiser's office : 9 m. to Dec. 15, 1900, 600 ft. at 25c . ; meter, $1 . 12 

Gas stove, 12 m. to June 25, 1901, 50,100 cu. ft. at 12£c. per 100 ; meter, $1 .50 

Sherbrooke City Waterworks : water rates, 12 m. to Sept. 15, 1901 

Smith, J. D. , coal, voucher outstanding ... , 

Hauling rubbish, 39 loads at 25c ; repairs to furnace, $1.20 ; repairing 2 clocks, $2.50 ; bunt- 
ing, $7 ; 6 flags, $1 . 20 ; sundry hardware, $17 

Sorel Public Building ($1,865.79)—, 

Caretaker, Chas. Robitaille, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Care of clock, J. A. Wright, 12 m. to Jan. 12, 1901, $50 ; repairs, $1 .50 

Beauchemin & Cie. : placing new furnace and taking away old one, $51.40 ; sundries, $19. 93. 

Courchesne, Geo., smithwork 

Ives, H R.f& Co.; 1 buffalo boiler No. 16, $203 ; 5in gate valves, 2 at $10.50 ; 1 5 in special 
twin elbow, $9.50; lOin flanges for 3in pipe, 2 at $5.50; bolts and rubber washers, 

$3 . 50 ; freight and expressage, $7 . 03 

Martin, Alexis: anthracite egg coal, 50 tons at $5.25; slabs, 5 cords at $3.50 ; black 

birch, 6 cords at $5 . 50 , . , 

Robitaille, Alphonse : sawing wood, hard (2 cuts) 6 cords at $1.50 ; soft, (3 cuts) 5 cords 

at $1 . 50 ; piling in 11 cords at 10c ; sundry, $4 

Sorel Corporation ($638.50)— 

Water, 12 m. to Oct. 1, 1901 

Gas, 12 m. to March 15, 1901, 76,000 ft. at $2, 134,000 ft. at $1 .75 

Trempe, A. C. : Comfort soap, $9.50 ; sundries, $43.70 

2 furnace grates, $9.80; placing elec. bells, $5.50 ; repairing flags, &c, $5.48; sundry 
repairs, $11.65 ; painting, $4 ; lumber, 48c ; labour, 6 d. at $1.50 ; carting ashes, &c, 
$4.10 



St. Henri Post Office ($225.09)— 

Brunet, Francis : plumbing repairs, labour, 1\ d. at $3, helper, 1\ d. at $1 ; sundry 

material, &c, $17.88 

Montreal Gas Co.: 12 m. to March 3, 1901, 70,700 c ft. at $1.20 per 1,000 ; meter, $3.60. . j 

Montreal Water and Power Co. : water rates, 12 m. to July 31, 1901 

Moore, T. F. & Cie., egg coal, 10 23 tons at $5.50 ; Walker Hardware Co., 1 lock and 
latch, $4.25 



$ cts. 
115,612 88 



166 66 

33 :>,<> 

12 55 
108 70 
192 13 

150 00 

374 73 

27 68 

300 00 

2:5o fi2 
70 03 

117 00 
23 25 

97 49 

84 00 

400 00 
30 00 

64 52 

32 66 

85 82 

67 39 

13 70 

34 65 

383 47 

90 25 

2 62 

64 13 

50 00 
283 24 

38 65 

400 00 

51 50 
71 33 
11 62 



255 03 

313 00 

21 60 

250 00 

388 50 

53 20 

50 01 



46 88 
88 44 
29 28 

60 49 



l-8Jv 



Carried forward I 121,244 06 



V- 116 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward , 



St. Hyacinthe Public Building ($4,149.12)— 

Caretaker, F. X. Tetreault, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Beaunoyer, U.: painting and glazing contract, $463 ; sundry painting, &c, $46.19 

Bernard. Henri : repairing stone wall contract, $125 ; eaves trough 50 yds. at 50c. ; work 

of stone mason, 30 h. at 30c 1 , 

Brousseau & Fils, oil cloth, 24 yds. at 50c 

Gosselin, Ls., re-pointing and cementing walls, gable and chimney, contract ... 

Huette, Jos., sundry repairs , 

La Cornpagnie de Gas, Electricite et Pouvoir : electric fittings, &c, $34.17; gas, Nov. 

30- Dec. 30, 1900, 800 ft. at 20c. per 100 ft. ; meter, 35c 

La Cornpagnie d'Eclairage de St. Hyacinthe : gas, 9 m. to Nov. 30, 1900, 12,800 cu. ft. at 

20c. per 100 ; meter, $2.55 , 

La Cornpagnie des Pouvoirs Hydraulixues de St. Hyacinthe : elec. current, 10 m. to Dec 

31, 1900, 2,553,000 watts at lc. per 100 ; meter, $2 50 , 

Leduc, Jos.: granolithic walk in front of Dominion Building and P. O. contract, $475 ; 

fence round P.O. contract, $47 ; sundry repairs, &c, $17.60 

Marceau, V. : oil, 18 galls, at 30c. ; sundry hardware, $19.66. 

Morin, L. P. : carpenter and plaster work at local public building contract, $562 ; 9 inside 

blinds and sashes over letter boxes, $100 ; 1 inside door and 1 counter, $60 ; sundry 

repairs and material, $79 .47 

Paquet & Godbout : making entrance from P.O. to Inland Revenue building, 2 doors and 

a platform, contract, $^20 ; partition in examining warehouse, $30 ; 1 desk, $10.. . 
Rouleau, C. & Fils: egg coal, 41 '766 tons at $6.50; wood, 6 cords at $4; kindling 

cords, at $1.50 ; cutting wood, $4.80 

Sim 'rd & Godbout, repairs to office furniture ... 

St. Hyacinthe City : water rates, 12 m. to July 31, 1901 

Therrien, Pierre : brass railing, &c, contract, $35 ; plumbing of 2 men, 118^ hrs. at 50c; 

pipe, 306 lbs. at 10c. ; sundry plumbing and material, $122.48 

Repairing letter boxes, 8 at $1. ; foundry work, $4.32 ; sundry, $6 

St. Jerome Public Building ($990.63)— 

Caretakers : A. Beaudry, May 4- Aug. 1, 1900, $12 ; Jos. Savard, 26 d. in Sept., Oct. 

June at $350 per annum, $287.79 

Beaulieu, Bruno, sundries, $10.60; Charlotte, P., shovelling snow 1900-1901 $12, cut 

ting wood 14 cords at 60c 

Desforges, J. D. : maple, 4 cords at $3.50 ; birch, 5 cords at $2.50 ; hemlock, 5 cords at 

$2.50 , 

Desjardins, Jos. N.: 1 enamel wash basin and fitting, $26 ; plumbing repairs, $9.65. . 

Gobier, Chas., coal as per contract, 26'88 tons at $6.75 

Lamarche, Jos. , repairing hot water heating apparatus, &c 

Laviolette, S. G. : 2 phenumatic door springs at $7 each 

Monette & Vezina : 1 sideboard, $25 ; 1 table, $7 ; 6 chairs, $9 

Richer, D. , sundry smith repairs 

St. Jerome Town: water rates, April 15, 1900-Oct. 15, 1901, $85.50; sprinkling and 

removing snow, $4 . 27 ; repairs to sidewalk, $14 .60 . 

St. Jerome Power and Electric Light Co., lighting, Jan. 31, 1900, to Jan. 31, 1901, 12 m. 

less 15 days in Sept 

Carting away ashes, $6 ; hardware, $8 . 35 ; sundries, $2 . 40 

St. Johns Public Building ($743.85)— 

Caretaker, Leon Forrant, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Simard & fils, egg coal, 16 tons at $4 . 50 

St. John's Electric Light Co., lighting, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900 , 

St. John waterworks : water rates, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1902 

Filling 2 Patton's fire extinguishers, $1.50; hardware, $8.85 ; 1 office chair, $1.50 ... 



St. Roch's Post Office ($89.30)— 

Archer & Co., stove coal, 5 tons at $4.90 

Quebec Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Feb. 1, 1901, 9,600 cub. ft. at $2 per M., 198,000 cub. ft. at 

$1.75 per M ... 

Spruce wood and cutting, $6; hanling ashes, $1.50 ; furnace fitting, 95c; repairs, 5 doors 
$2.50 



Three Rivers Custom House ($1,207.40)— 

Caretaker, P. Grevelle, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Beaullac, M., decorating and supplying bunting 

Buckley, H.: egg coal, 53 tons at $6.35 ; wood, 11 cords at $6.50 . 

Desilets & Gonin : installing elec. lamps, $15 ; 1 elec. pendant, $5 ; sundry, $12.30 

Guillemette, Nap. fils, repairing fire escape and stairs 

Gondoin, L. G., glass, &c (voucher outstanding) 

Lassonde, Marc. : taking off and putting up double windows, $12 ; sundry repairs, paint 

ing, glazing, &c, $92.09 

Lof tus, .John, cementing roof, 77 sq. yds. at $1 . 50 per sq. yd 

Luckerhoff & Bros. : plumbing, 61 hrs. at 30c; material, $10.20 - 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
121,244 06 

400 00 
509 19 

159 00 
12 00 

255 00 
15 20 

36 12 

28 15 

257 80 

539 60 
25 06 

801 47 

360 00 

309 28 

25 60 

150 00 

247 33 
18 32 



299 79 

31 00 

39 00 

35 65 

181 44 

32 55 
14 00 
41 00 
11 08 

104 37 

184 00 
16 75 

350 00 
72 00 

250 00 
60 00 
11 85 



24 50 
53 85 
10 95 



300 00 
18 00 

408 05 

32 30 

10 00 

50 

104 09 
115 50 

28 50 



128,249 90 



PUBLIO WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-117 



Dominion If uildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Three Rivers Custom House— Con. 

North Shore Power Co.: lighting, 9 m. Sept. 30 at $7.40 per m., $67.14 ; Oct. and Nov 
at $8.90, $17.92 

Three Rivers waterworks : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

1 doz. electric lam»)8 s $3 ; toilet paper, $2 . 40 

Three Rivers Post Office ($1,133.37)— 

Caretaker, Arthur Gauthier, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Buckley, Harry : egg coal, 30 tons at $6.35 ; wood, 7 cords at $6.50 

Cook, Thos., repairs to locks and doors ... 

Gauthier, L. : electric lamps, 3^ doz. at $3 per doz.; sundry, $27.30 

Guillemette, Nap. fils : sundry removal of double windows and shutters, &c, $32.80 
repairs to doors, &c. , $15 .80 

Lessond, Marc: removing double windows, $10.75 ; repairs to P. O. table, $10 ; sundry 
repairs to doors, windows, &c, $35 .60 

Loftus, John, cementing roof, 76 squares at $1.50 per sq 

Marchand, Zeph. & Fils., egg coal, 5016 tons at $7 

North Shore Power Co.: lighting in Dec, $1.50; Jan. and Feb. at $9.21 per m., $18.42 ; 
9 m. to Nov. 30, 1900, at $10.21 per m., $91.89 

Three Rivers waterworks : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

Electric fittings, $8.05 ; whitewashing rooms, &c, $3.50 ; sundries, $6.50.. . . 

Valleyfield Public Building ($163.80)— 

Leger, Victor, stove coal, 8 tons at $5.75 

Papineau, N., rent of premises for P. O., 3 m. to July 31, 1900. 

St. Onge, Amedie, maple, 2 cords at $6.25 

Valleyfield Electric Co.: lighting, 6 m. to July 1, 1900, at $3.30 per m. s $19.80 ; 20 16-cp. 
lamps, $5 

1 door spring, $2 ; sundry plastering, &c, $3.50 

Victoriaville Public Building ($84)— 

Caretaker, Miss Eva F.eaudet, 17 d. in May and June at $6.25 per m 

Beauchene, Ferd. : egg coal, 10 tons at $7 ; freight, $4 

Almonte Public Building ($760.81)— 

Caretaker, Wm., Moulton, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Almonte Elec Lt. Co.: lighting, 3 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, $19.48 ; installing lights in P.O., 
30 at $2 each ; 1 lamp, 30c 

Cole's National Mfg. Co., 1 15-ft. Dominion flag 

Cummins, J. H. , coal oil, 47 galls, at 24c 

Graves Bros., No. 1 Norton springs, 2 at $7.50 ; express, 30c 

McArthur, Wm., egg coal, 22 tons at $6.40 

Young Bros., pumping water, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 , 

Wood, 1 cord maple, $4.50, 1 cord pine, $2.50 ; repairing stairs, $8 ; sundries, $7.90 

Amherstburg Public Building ($972.26)— 

Caretaker, Richard Elliott, 12 m. to June 30 

Amherstburg Elec. Lt. and Power Co., lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $165 per annum. 

Amherstburg Town, water rates, 9 m. to June 30, 1901 

Burk, J. D.: 4 yds. rubber, $10.40 ; 16^ yds. cork matting, $20.31 

Falls Bros., coal, 3 tons at $6.50, 1, $6.25, 2\ at $6 

Kemp, M. : 2 arm chairs, $6 ; repairing and covering tables, $12 

Mann, John & Sons, Scranton egg coal, 28 '669 tons at $5.05 

Maloney, M., erecting fire escape contract. , , 

McRae, Alf., hickory wood, h\ cords at $3.75 ; Park, J. R., storm sashes, 9 at $2.50 

Wigle, David D.: 23 rolls toilet paper, $4.60 ; sundries, $16.04. .. 

Putting up storm windows, $5 ; elec. lamps, 12 at 35c; 2 cushions, $4 ; repairing locks, 

&c, $1.55 ; sundries, $9.50 

Arnprior Public Buildings ($1,315.64)- 

Caretaker, R. B. McCreary, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 . 

Arnprior Elec. Lt. Co.: lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 20,442 h. at \c 

Budd, A. T., toilet paper, $2 ; Gardner, H. W. W., wood, 6 cords at $2.50 ; blinds, 1, 
$12, 2 at $3, 4 at $2.50 

Moir, J. S. : repairing hot water furnace, $10 ; door springs checks, 2 at $8 ; screen door 
and hinges, $10; window screens, $9; sundry repairs, &c, $24.71; voucher out- 
standing, $201 , 

Riddell, R. J. : plumbing, 10 d. at $2, 19 at $1.50 ; sewer pipe, &c, $6.40 

Rudd, S. R.: water supply, 12 m. to Feb. 17, 1901, $50 ; sundries, $7.07 

Wolf, J.: oak roll top desks, 1, $52.50, 1, $44, 1, $50 ; 1 office table, $13 ; 2 high stools, 
$5.75 ; 1 reclining chair, $8.50 ; office chairs, 1 at $10, 1 at $9 ; common chairs, 
11 at $2 ; 1 cupboard at $15, 1 at $2.50 ; 3 waste baskets, $10 ; 1 carpet, $40 ; carpet, 
26 yds. at $1.25 ; laying same, $3 ; rugs, 2 at $2.50 ; 8f yds. oil cloth, $15 ; 13 window 

shades, assorted, $34 ; wood, 2 cords at $3.75 ; removing ashes, &c, $6.50 

Barrie Public Building ($847. 45 H 

Caretaker, K. D. Hill, 12 m. to June 30 

Barrie Gas Co., gas, 9 m. to Feb. 15, 1901, 3,500 c ft. at $2.50, 68,500 c ft. at $1.75 per M 

Barrie Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to Dec. 1, 1901 



% cts. 
128,249 90 



85 06 


84 00 


5 40 


400 00 


236 00 


13 65 


37 80 


48 60 


56 35 


114 00 


35 11 


111 81 


62 00 


18 05 


46 00 


75 00 


12 50 


24 80 


5 50 


10 00 


74 00 


400 00 


79 78 


15 75 


11 28 


15 30 


140 80 


75 00 


22 90 


400 00 


123 75 


26 25 


30 71 


40 75 


18 00 


144 78 


100 00 


43 13 


20 64 


24 25 


400 00 


102 21 



45 00 



270 71 
54 90 

57 07 



385 75 

400 00 

128 63 

50 00 



Carried forward I 183,532 87 



V-118 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Barrie Public Building— Con. 

Mann, John & Sons, egg coal, 35 tons at $5. 45 

Scott, J. G., egg coal, 10J tons at $6.25 

Carting away ashes, 11 loads at 50c; plumbing, &c, $3.25 ; labour and cartage, $3.70. . . 
Belleville Public Building ($1,923.89)— 

Caretakers : Jos. P. Reeves, 7 m. to Jan. 31, $350 ; S. Hough t, 5 m. to June 30, $250 

Belleville Gas Co.: 12 m. to Jan., 1901, 68,400 c. ft. at $2.50 per M, 165,000 c. ft. at $2.25 
perM 

Belleville Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

Coughlin, T.: repairing stone steps at post office, 5J d. at $3 ; sharpening tools, 60c .... 

Duesbury, R. , carting away ashes, 20 loads at 50c 

Frost, John G.: oak leather seat chairs, 4 at $3 ; repairing chairs, $3.30 

Harris, W. J.: carpenter work, $5.60 ; lumber, &c, and teaming, $7.04 

Leavens, Chas. C: 3| cords pine, $10.50 ; 4 cords hardwood, $24 . . /. , 

Malcolm, Wm. : plumbing repairs, 35 h. at 50c 

Moon, Malcolm, glass and glazing, $13.20; McGee, Wm., plumbing repairs, $19.10 

McMurich, H, smithwork repairs 

McPherson, R., bronze combination locks and latches, 2 at $7.50 ; sundry carpenter work, 
&c.,$26.41 

Owen, James, plumbing, $20.90 ; Rathbun Co., egg coal 65, tons at $5.74 

Truaisch, John, repairing plastering in post office 

Weir, Jno., street sprinkling, 31 weeks at 75c 

Hauling ashes, 16 loads at 50c; pumping water out of furnace pit, $4.75 ; repairing post 
office boxes, &c, $8.70 ; work on flag pole, $8 ; repairing clock, $1.50 ; sundry repairs 
and cleaning furniture, $8.23 ; 1^ cords pine blocks, $4.50 ; hardware, $6.50 ; sundries, 

$17.10 

Berlin Public Building ($1,210.34)— 

Caretaker, Jacob Clemens, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 . 

Berlin Gas Co., gas, March 30-Dec 28, 1900, 23,900 c ft. at 25c, 145,000 c ft. at 20c, 
61,800 c ft. at 17|c ■ 

Berlin Waterworks, water rates, 9 m. to July 1, 1901 . . 

Boehmer, R. & Co., wood, 3 cords at $6.50, 1 cord $4.50 

Bowman, Rueben : 5 doors for shelving in excise office, $6 ; filling in large tank, $9.50 ; 
breaking out wall for window, $10.50 ; putting in door in postmaster's office, $15 
primary assorting case, $11 . 50 ; sundry repairs, &c, $7 

Citizens Gas Control Co., 10 p.c on $292.45 gas consumed (governor rental) for 1900. . . 

Dunke & Co. : 2 doz. brooms, $7 . 50 ; toilet paper, $5 ; soap, $7 . 15 ; sundries, $12 . 10 . . . . 

Geis, Philip : 1 chandelier, $3.50 ; sundry, $1 .82 

Hypimen, Peter : 1 lawn mower, $5.50 ; plumbing repairs, &c, $11.17 ..... 

Ives, H. R. & Co. : twin connections to sketch and 4 valves, $60 ; extra for special headers, 
$10; freight prepaid, $25.82 , 

Marne, John & Sons, egg coal, 25 ' 21 tons at $5 . 15 

Sachs Plumbing & Heating Co. : heating contract, $155 ; sundry plumbing, $52 .87 

Brampton Public Building ($944.86)— 

Caretaker, Jas. McBride, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Brampton Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, 23,900 c ft. at $2.50, 48,400 c ft. at $ 

Brampton Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Citizens Gas Co. , governor rent, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1901 

Cook, James, street sprinkling, 26 weeks at 25c , 

Justin, B. F., installing 22 16-c.p. lamps in P.O. contract 

Hutton Elec Co., lighting in P.O., Jan. 1-Feb. 15, 1900, June 15-Dec 31, 1900 

McCollum, R. J.: nut coal, 2 tons at $5.15 ; egg coal, 23 tons at $5.10 

Peaker & Son : supplying and placing w.c contract, $100 ; 1 cord hardwood, $6.50 ; si 

dries, $14.15 

Robinson & Stork, Brussels carpet made and laid, 24^ yds. at $1.10 

Repairing lock in door, 40c ; sundries, 70c ; glass, $2 . 50 



$ cts. 
133,532 87 



Brantford Public Building ($2,233.90)— 

Caretaker, John Squire, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Bishop, John, & Son : boiled oil, 8 galls, at $1 ; brooms, $8 ; sundries, $7.34 ; . . 

Brantford Elec. & Operating Co. : incandescent light, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $326.28 ; 

Brantford Gas Co. V gas, 12 m." to Feb." 28,' 1901, 800 ft. at'$2 '. 50," 800 at $2, 700 at $1 . 50 ; 

meter, $2 „ 

Brantford Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901 

Cowari, T. A., & Co. : 1 new marble washstand and changing old one, contract, $46.50 ; 

1 new radiator and connecting old one, $40.52 ; repairing leakage in pipe, $1.35. 
Duncan, Chas. : 1 polished roll-top desk, $35 ; 1 oak tilting chair, $13 ; 1 oak arm chair, 

$11.50 ; revolving stools, 3 at $6 

Lang, E. : 7 front steps in front of 2 doors in P. O., contract 

Lyons Elec. Co. : moving and extending incandescent lights 

Carried forward 



190 75 
65 62 
12 45 

600 00 

542 26 
60 00 
17 10 
10 00 
15 30 
12 64 
34 50 
17 50 
32 30 
10 75 

41 41 

394 00 

45 60 

23 25 



67 28 

400 00 

196 90 
13 44 
24 00 



59 50 
29 24 
31 75 
5 32 
16 67 

95 82 
129 83 
207 87 



400 00 
156 55 

25 00 
9 68 
6 50 

55 00 

13 33 

127 60 

120 65 

26 95 
3 60 



600 00 
23 34 

326 53 

6 65 
34 20 

88 37 

77 50 

53 00 

5 55 



139,095 92 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-119 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Brantford Public Building— Con. 

Schultz Bros. Co. : making alterations in P. 0., contract, $477; new sorting table and 
pigeon holes for side, $38.50 ; putting new top on sorting table, $9.75 ; laying 1 in. 
maple floor and oiling same, contract, $98 ; panel door on inside of Money Order 
office, &c, $15.50 ; making partition with wire screen and placing, &c, $49.50 ; glass 
and glazing, 60c 

Taylor, L. H., shelving for custom-house, contract 

Wilson, Frank : furnace coal, 05 tons at $4.33 ; nut, 2 tons at $4.33 ; 1 cord maple, $4.7 

2 galv. pails, $3. CO; cleaning yard and hauling ashes, $3.50; repairing locks, $2.10 ; 

glass and glazing, 95c 

Brockville Public Building ($1,500.55)— 

Caretakers at $400 : W. H. Moore, July-Dec. 15, 1900, $182.78; Hy. Purvis, Dec. 15 
June 30, 1901, $217.22 

Brockville Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to Oct. 31, 1901. . 

Brockville Lt. & Power Co. : gas, 11 m. to March 1, 1901, 42,700 ft. at $2.50, 188,600 ft. 
at $2 ; meter, $1.60 ; incandescent light, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, $6.76 ; overpaid 30c. 

Central Canada Coal Co. : egg coal, 52 172 tons at $5.75; chestnut, 6 tons at $5.75 
hardwood, 2 cords at $2.50 

Deegan, J. E. : repairing roof, &c, custom house, contract 

Ross, G. : 2 new flush tanks, complete, $12 ; sundry plumbing, $4.75 

Shields. Geo. E. : 1 ton egg coal, $5.75 ; 2 cords wood, $4 

Smart, R. H. : door springs, $6 . 65 ; sundries, $16 .46 

Wright, Robt., & Co., 1 J >ominion ensign 

Taking down awning and putting up storm windows, $4.75; carting away ashes, 90c. 

plumbing, $4 . 34 ; sundries, $3 . 10 

Carleton Place Public Building ($498.04)— 

Caretaker, J. F. Halfpenny, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Billough, Thos., green hardwood, 4 cords at $3.75 

Hughes, Thos., coal oil, 150 galls, at 30c. ; Taylor Bros., coal 20 tons at $6.25, sundries 
$7.15 

1 mammoth lamp, $3 ; sundries, $2 . 89 , 

Cayuga Public Building ($259.77)— 

Caretaker, G. A. Gibson, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Bunn, F. A. : elec. light, 7§ m. to Aug. 20, 1900, at $50 per an., $31.94 ; 16 c. p. lamps, 
10 at 30c. ; sundries, $15.95 • 

Cayuga Elec. Lt. & Power Co. : light, Dec. 24, 1900- June 30, 1901, at $50 per an., $25.96 ; 
renewals, 5 at 30e. ; 2 shades, 25c 

Cole's National Mfg. Co., 1 Dominion flag, $15.75 ; Grant, A. J., coal, 15 56 tons at $6. 

Mitchell, Alex. : coal oil, 20 galls, at 25c. ; sundries, $7.01 

Pipe, $1.30 ; repairing clock, $1 ; carpenter work, $2 ; sundries, $5.75 .... 

Chatham Public Building ($1,443.37)— 

Caretaker, W. VV. Mitchell, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Chatham City : water rates, 12 m. to June 1, 1901 

Chatham Gas Co. : 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 23,900 ft. at $2. 50, 21,500ft. at $2, 45,400 ft, at 
$1 .75 : overpaid, $20.80 to be deducted in 1901-02 ; less allowance for gas stove, $18. 

Crow, A. R. : egg coal, 20*505 tons at $6 '; hardwood, 1^ cords at $5.50 

Hadley Lumber Co. : 3 La Page door springs and check operated with oil chambers 
and hanging 1 door, contract, $32; cnpboard doors, $12.40 ; cutting flag pole, &c, $10 

Malcolmson ; Hugh, sundries, $14.95 ; Riddell, Robt., fire escape for P. O., contract, $120 

Robertson & McKie : carpenter work, 216 hrs. at 25c; 3 pr. spring hinges, $13.25 ; sun- 
dry repairs and material, $50.08 

The Ark : flags, 30 at 25c. ; sundries, $7.55 

Watt, James & Sons : contract for P. O. plumbing, complete, $1,315, less paid in 1899- 
1900, page V — 84, $1,075 ; 1 expansion tank for hot water heating, $12; gas fitting, 
&c, $12.50 ; carpenter work, filling up 2 doors and plastering, $12 ; sundry plumb- 
ing, $29.17 

Westman Bros. : sundry hardware and repairs 

1 Waterbury 8-day clock, $8 ; 12 mantles, $4.80; glass and glazing, $2.25 ; cleaning w.c's., 

$15.50 ; sundries, $10.32 

Cobourg Public Building ($924.85)— 

Caretaker, Hy. Payne, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Cobourg Gas Works : gas, 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1901, 20,700 cu. ft. at $3, 48,700 ft. at $2 ; 

meter, $2.50 , 

Cobourg Water and Electric Co. ($189.60)— 

Light, 12 m. to Jany. 1, 1901, 4,210 ampere hrs. at la, 650,050 watts at 15c. pr. M.; meter, 
$3 ; renewals, 6 at 25c : 

Water : 12 in. to Jany., 1901, water supply, $35.50 ; sprinkling, $10 

Downey Coal Co., voucher outstanding 

Plunkett, Geo., pine, 2 cords at $3.50 

Cornwall Public Building ($1,461.14)— 

Caretaker, Robt. Conroy, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Care of clock, L. E. Bailey, 12 m. to Aug. 8, 1900 



Carried forward 145,222 26 



$ cts. 
139,095 92 



688 85 
25 00 

294 86 

10 05 



400 00 
170 00 

492 61 

339 49 

27 00 

16 75 

9 75 

23 11 

14 75 

13 09 

300 00 

15 00 

177 15 
5 89 

50 00 

50 89 

27 71 

109 11 

12 01 

10 05 

400 00 
42 50 

184 99 
131 28 

54 40 
134 95 

117 33 
15 05 



305 67 
16 33 

40 87 

400 00 

162 00 



144 10 

45 50 

166 25 

7 00 

400 00 

75 00 



V-120 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Cornwall Public Building— Con. 

Broderick, J., voucher outstanding 

Cornwall water works : water rates, 9 m. to April 1, 1901 

Hunter, John G., sundry plumbing, $37.22 ; Jarvo, Alex., glass and glazing, $15.87 

Mulhern, A. F. & Co.: coal, 40 tons at $5.90 

Stormont Elec. Lt. & Power Co.: 12 m. to Jany. 1, 1901, 230,500ft. at $2.50; meter, 
$3.60 : lamp post, $32 , 

Taking down shutters and putting up double windows, $6 ; repairing vault lock, $4 

Desoronto Post Office ($6)— 

Dalton, John, painting 4 letter boxes and lettering 3 of the same , 

Dundas Public Building ($637.35)— 

Caretaker, Win. Graham, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Dundas Elec. Co. : lighting, 12 m. to March 1, 1901, $70, less allowance for lights out 
after fire, $1.25 

Sturrock, Chas., voucher outstanding 

Wilson, R. T., rent of public offices to June 30, 1901 

Oil, &c, 25c. ; c. b. lanterns, 20 at 75c 

Gait Public Building ($1,222)- 

Caretaker, Wm. Kilgour, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Anderson, J. & Son : blinds, 5 at $3.50 ; 1 roller, $1.50 

Citizens Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 12 m. to Jany. 1, 1901 

Colvin, A. J.: furnace coal, 30 tons at $4.74 ; soft coal, 1 ton, $4.50 

Gait Gas Light Co. : gas, 15 m. to Apr. 1, 1901, 62,200 ft. at $2.50, 127,200 ft. at $2 ; 
meter, $1.40 

Gait Lumber Co. : matched pine, 530 ft. at $28. ; sundry timber, $3.93 

Gait Town : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901, $25 ; street sprinkling, April 24-Oct. 24, 
1900, $7.50 

Hogg, J. S. & Co., wood, 4 cords, $5.50 

McMurtry, W. J.: 50 ft. hose, $6 ; soap, 100 bars at 4c; brooms, $7 ; 3 galls, paint, $4. 50 ; 
sundries, $21.81 

Scott, W. & F. A., 84 pigeon holes table and altering case 

Webster, J. W., work on P. O. : mason, 136 hrs. at 25c; labourers, .126 hrs. at 15c; mate- 
rial and teaming, $3.10 ; tinsmith work, $6. 10 

Plumbing repairs, $6.65 ; toilet paper, 5 doz. rolls at $1 

Gananoque, Custom House ($200.29) — 

h , Gananoque Elec. Lt. & Water Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Dec. 5, 1900 

Rathburn Co., voucher outstanding 

Gananoque, Post Office ($208.86)— 

Gananoque Elec. Lt. & Water Co., lighting, 12 m. to Dec 5, 

Cowan, A. D., Estate, water supply. 1900 ... 

Rathburn Co.: stove coal, 10 tons at $4.49 ; nut coal, 4 tons at $4.49. 



1901. 



Goderich Public Building ($1,249.46)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Bisset, 6 m. to Dec. 31 at $350 per annum, $174.96; 6 m. to June 30 at 

$400 per annum, $200.02 

Allan, Alex. McD. : 4 doz. elec. lamps, $14.40 ; sundries, $4.25 

Buchanan, Jas. & Son : boxes and drawers, $12 ; sundry repairs to office furniture, $13.25 

Cartage & Fuel Co., cut and split wood, 6 cords at $5 

Mann, John & Sons, egg coal, 24 ' 615 tons at $5.15 

Marden, P. L. & Co., cement work at P. O, 719 sq. f t. at 9|c 

Tipling, T. G.: 1 box soap, $5; 1 doz. brooms, $3.60 ; 1 doz. brushes, $3; sundries, $2.50 
Town of Goderich : water rates, 8 m. to April 1, 1901, $45 ; electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 

31, 1900, $60. 

Watson, George, painting, kalsomining, &c, contract 

Repairing eaves of P. O., $5.04 ; 1 window shade, $2.25; toilet paper, $4 

Guelph Public Building ($1,000.12)— 

Caretakers at $400 : Robt. Higham, July- April 20, $322.19 ; Roderick McLeod, April 29- 

June 30, $68.92 

Bruce, Geo. R. : boxes and alterations, contract, $15; sundry work and material, $23.20 

Citizens Gas Control Co., rent of gas governor, 9 m. to Jan. 2, 1901 

Gowdy Mfy. Co. : No. 1 cut and split wood, 3 cords at $6.25 ; 1 cord cedar, $4.25 ; pil 

ing 4 cords in basement, $1 . . 

Guelph City, water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1901 . . 

Gnelph Lt. & Power Co.: gas, 12 in. to Jan. 1, 1901, 70,600 ft. at $2, 19,900 ft. at $1.60, 

53,500 ft. at $1.50 

Hughes, H. , carting away rubbish, 13 cu. y. at $1.50 

Kloepfer & Co. : grate coal, 29 ■ 003 tons at $4.98 ; egg coal, 1 ; 877 tons at $4.98 

To veil, Ed. J.: making and putting up 4 awning, $20 ; making hardwood desk, $12. . 
Carting away ashes, $9 ; repairing flag, $1 ; plumbing, $9.50; sweeping chimney, $3 ; 

smithwork, $2.25 ; sundries, $10.55 

Hamilton Drill Hall : Engineer, Henry Marris, 8 m. to June 30, at $45 

Hamilton Immigration Building : Hamilton Water Works, water rates, 6 m. to July 1, 1901 

Carried forward 



cts. 



145.222 26 



19 00 

56 25 

53 09 

236 00 

611 80 

10 00 

6 00 

50 00 

68 75 

16 85 

500 00 

1 75 

400 00 
19 00 
28 67 

146 70 

411 30 

18 77 

32 50 
22 00 

43 31 
26 00 

62 10 

11 65 

94 00 
106 29 

141 00 

5 00 

62 86 



374 98 
18 65 
25 25 
30 00 

126 77 
67 42 
14 10 

105 00 

476 00 

11 29 



391 11 
38 20 
15 34 

24 00 
37 44 

253 29 
19 50 

153 94 
32 00 

35 30 

360 00 

4 80 



151,097 28 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-121 



nonunion itu i i<l IiiKn : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Hamilton Old Custom House ($87.70)— 

Brown, Jos., repairing wall at old custom-house . . 

Hamilton Water Works]: water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901, $38.40; street sprinkling, 

1900, $9.30 

Hamilton Public Building ($5,965.58)— 

Caretaker, A. Barnard, 12 m. io June 30, 1901 

Engineer of custom-house hoist, Thos. Nicholson, 12 m. to June 30 

Lees, Thos. : repairing and attending clocks, 1 y. to June 2, 1901, $15 ; care of tower 
clock, 1 y. to June 20, 1901, $50 

Fireman, John Wigglesworth, 8 m. to Feb. 28 at $480 per a., $320; 4 m. to June 30 at 
$600 per a., $200 

Citizen Gas Governor Co., rent of 2 gas governors, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900 

Colgan, Thos., removing ashes, $40; Copp Bros. Co., grates (contract, ) $24.50, 2 extra 
grate bars $4 

Dow, H. & J. : No. 1 wood, 3£ cords at $7 ; 1 cord pine, $4.50 

Hamilton Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to Jidy 1, 1901 

Hamilton Elec. Lt. & Power Co.: current supplied, 80 "232 amps at |c.; meter, $2.34. . . . 

Hamilton Gas Light Co.: gas, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1901 ; custom-house, 531,800 ft. at $1.50, 
180,200 ft. at $1 ; post office, 31,600 ft. at $1.50, 36,400 ft. at $1 ; meter rent, $15.20. 

Malcolm & Souter, making testing table and border 

Mills, Geo. E., building and constructing area opening floor and cutting doorways in ex- 
amining warehouse, contract 

Myles, Thos., Sons, chestnut coal, 5 tons at $4.30 

Beid, W. J.: alterations in examining warehouse, contract, $214; sundry repairs, $24.87. 

Rogers Coal Co., coal contract, 165 tons at $4.18 

Stewart, James H.: altering of w. c's., &c. , at examining warehotise, contract, $117 ; alter- 
ing and additions to gas service, &c, $16.71 ; sundry plumbing, $7.75. . . 

Deepening and repairing ash pit of furnace, $5 ; 5 packages of toilet paper, $5 ; electric 

supplies, $5.21 ; repairs, $4.35 ; sundries, $1449 

Ingersoll Public Building ($948.32)— 

Caretakers : John McDonald, 10 d. in Nov., Dec. -June 30, $244.44 ; J. B. Capron, Sept. 
27-Nov. 26, 1900, $76.25 

Ingersoll Elec. Power and Light Co., lighting, Sept. 15-Mar. 1, 1901, 520,000 watts at 8c. 
per M, 2,016,600 watts at 7£c per M 

Ingersoll Waterworks Co.: water Oct. -Jan. 1, 1901, 317,152 galls, at 25c. per M. ; meter, 
$3.50 

Mann, John & Sons, egg coal, 40*98 tons at $5 ; McDonald, J., sundry repairs, $26.25. . . 

Ross, John : egg coal, 9 tons at $6.50, 2 at $6 ; nut coal, £ ton, $1.65 ; hardwood, 3| cords 
at $2.50 



3| cords hardwood, $7.75; 1 ton coal, $6.50; cleaning and putting in storm sashes, 
$8.10 ; repairing locks, $3.45 ; removing ashes and rubbish, $2 ; hardware, $8.85 ; 

sundries, $9.32 

Kingston Custom House ($840.69) 



Attending furnace, R. B. Murray, Oct. 10-May 31, 1901, at $12 per m. 



Carson, Mrs. A., scrubbing and cleaning offices, 12 m, to June 30, 1901, at 8 per m 

Craig, W. G. & Co., 34 tons of egg and 12 tons of chestnut coal at $5.31 per ton 

Ellis, Arthur: services as architect, 483 hrs. at 60c; 7h, p. c. commission on accounts, 
99. 20 ; less $150 charged to post office 

Elliott Bros. : tube and gas, supplies, $12 ; sundry plumbing, &c, $33.73 

Kingston City : water rates, 2 yrs., 1900 and 1901, $108.80 ; street sprinkling, $8.95 

Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co.: gas 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 8,400 c. ft. at $2.50, 
18,700 c. ft. at $2 ; meter, $2 

Sullivan, M.: casing sink, building cupboard, &c, in basement, $10.45; covering steps, 
$2.75 ; repairing ana removing storm sashes, $11.50 

1 cord pine, $4 ; glass and glazing, $1.75 ; sundries, $5.10 

Kingston Examining Warehouse ($57.81)— 

Craig, W. G. & Co., stove coal, 6 tons at $5.31 

Kingston City : water rates, 2 yrs., 1900 and 1901, $24.80 ; street sprinkling, 1900, 55c. . 

McRae Bros., 2 brooms 

Kingston Drill Hall ($267.55)— 

Crawford, R., coal, 5 tons at $5.50 ; Walsh, P., coal, 40 tons at $6 

Kingston Inland Revenue ($439.34)— 

Harrison, T. F. & Co.; 1 walnut rotary desk, $120; 1 stationary cabinet, $25; 1 revolv- 
ing bookcase, $10 ; 1 revolving office chair, $11; 6 office chairs, $30 ; 1 oak wash- 
stand, $6 ; 1 wash-room screen, $6 ; fire screen, $8 ; chamber set, $6 ; linoleum, $49. 

Kingston City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 $78.39 ; street sprinkling, 75c 

Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co.: gas, 12 in. to Dec 31, 1900, 10,800 ft. at $2.50, 

28,100 ft. at $2 ; meter. $6 

Kingston Military College ($1,420.25)— 

Engineers at $65 per m.: Wm. Johnston, 13 d. in July, $27.25; W r m. Hazlett, 7 m. to 
June 30, $455 

Assistant engineer, Thos. McAdam, Oct. 1-Dec 1, 62 d. at $2 



Carried forward 



cts. 



151,097 29 



40 00 


47 70 


600 00 
600 00 


65 00 


520 00 
91 66 


68 50 

29 00 

1,000 00 

403 50 


1,076 90 
13 50 


371 94 
21 50 

238 87 
689 70 


141 46 


34 05 


320 69 


186 80 


82 78 
231 18 



80 90 



45 97 

92 00 

96 00 

244 26 

149 00 
45 73 

117 75 

60 40 

24 70 
10 85 

31 86 

25 35 
60 

267 55 



271 00 
7S 14 



89 20 



482 25 
124 00 

160,310 52 



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1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Kingston Public Building — Con. 

Acting engineers at $1.50 per d. between Jan. 20 and March 31 : John Williams, $12 ; 

Fred Corkey, $63 

Fireman, M. Madden, 12 m. to June 30, $660 ; extra time at $1 per d., July 14-Sept. 

30 $79 

Kingston Post Office ($1,229.88)— 

Attending furnace, &c, S. L. Spencer, Oct. 10-May 31, at $12 per m 

Clark, Ann : scrubbing and cleaning office to June 30, 1901, 59 d. at $1 

Carnovsky Wood Mfg. Co. : taking off shutters and putting on storm sash, $10 ; sundry 

repairs, $12.80 

Craig, W. G. & Co., egg coal, 45 tons at $5.31 

Ellis, Arthur, services as architect (see Custom House for details). , 

Kingston City : water rates, 2 y., 1900 and 1901, $85.20; street sprinkling, $6.18 

Kingston Light, Heat & Power Co.: gas, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 61,200 c. ft. at $2.50, 

171,100 c. ft. at $2 ; meter, $3 

Sullivan, M., carpenter repairs and material ; 

Toronto Auer Light Co.: lighting, 26 lamps at $1.50 each per annum, 12 m. to June 16, 

1901, $39 ; 2 cylinder chimneys, 60c 

2 cords cut pine, $8 ; glass and glazing, $3.30 ; soap, 75c; carting paper from P. O., 

$2.50 ; plumbing, $7.98 

Kingston, Point Alexander, Wolfe Island Customs outport ($31.86) — 

Craig, W. G., stove and nut coal, 6 tons at $5.31 

Lindsay Public Building ($1,065.89)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Galbraith, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Boxall, J. -.imported traps, 2 at $3 ; plumbing, 2 d. at $3 ; solder, &c, $2.32 

Lindsay Light, Heat & Power Co.: electric light, 47 lamps at $75 per annum, 9 m. to 

Dec. 31, 1900, $56.25 ; 25 16-c.p. lamp, $6.25 

. McLennan & Co.: egg coal, 24 23 tons at $5.75 ; nut, 3 04 tons at $5.75 

Town of Lindsay : water rates, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $20 per a., $10, 6 m. to July 1, 

1901 at $30 per a., $15 ; construction of granolithic walk in front of post office, $27.50. . 
Reeves, Fred, laying granolithic walk in front of east side of post office, labour and 

material, $350 ; cleaning w. c. , $2 

1 box soap, $2.25 ; glass and putty, $1.65 ; slabs, 4 cords at $2 ; repairs to ceilings, $2 ; 

taking off and putting on storm window, $4 ; plumbing, $3.87 ; sundries, $6 

London Custom House ($2,928.34)— 

Engineer, M. Mulkern, 12 m. to June 30 

Caretaker, W. Greer, 12 m. to June 30 

City Gas Co. of London : gas, 13 m. to April 1, 1901, 50,900 c. ft. at $1.20, 140,000 c. ftJ 

at $1 ; meter, $5.20 ; less short paid in March, $10 I 

Daly, John M. : split wood, 7 cords at $7 ; slabs, 4 cords at $4.50 j 

Ferguson, John & Sons, repairs to office furniture . . 

Gray, Patk., removing ashes, &c, 8h m. to June 20 at $3 per m 

London Elec. Co.: lighting, 12 m. "to Jan. 1, 1901, 5,244,400 watt hrs. at 9c per M.; 

meter, $3 

London Water Commissioners : water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1901 

Mann, John & Sons : egg coal, 90 19 tons at $4.65 ; soft coal, 4 96 tons at $4.50 

Reid Bros. & Co., 1 case toilet paper 

Screaton, A. & Co.: linoleum, 294 yds. at $1.25 ; carpet, 60 yds. at $1.30 ; lining for 

linoleum and carpet, 244 yds. at 8c. ; shaker flannel, 110£ yds. at 10c. ; 1 flag, $20 ... 

Struthers, R. C. & Co. , ^ gross flags 

Repairing locks and keys, $1.60 ; decorating building, $4.75 ; lanterns and flags, $8.32. . . 
London Post Office ($2,000.17)— 

Engineer, John Price, 12 m. to June 30 

Bartlett, W. H. : removing ashes. 8 m. to May 31, $3 ; carting away rubbish, $5.50 

Bowman & Co.: split wood, 4 cords, $6.50 ; slabs, 2 cords at $4.50, 3J cords at $3.50 

City Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, 200 ft. at $1.20, 6,400 at $1 ; meter, $7.80 

London Elec. Co.: lighting, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 7,747,600 watt hrs. at 9c. per M.; 

meter, $2.25 

London Water Commissioners, water rates, 12 m. to July 15, 1901 

Mann, John & Son, egg coal, 85 13 tons at $4.65 ; soft, 5 03 tons at $4.50 

Reid Bros. & Co.: toilet paper, 2 cases at $8, 1, $10 ; Struthers, R. C. & Co., carpet, 68 

yds. at $1 

Sweeping chimney, $1.50; 1 oak leather arm-chair, $6.50; 1 rug, $4; 1 cocoa mat, $1 ; 

hardware, $3.94 

Napanee Public Building ($870.63)— 

Caretaker, Robt. Webster, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, F. W. Smith & Bros., 1 yr. to Apl. 1, 1901 

Madole & Wilson, hardware and repairs 

Napanee Gas Co.: gas, 9 m. to Jan'y. 1, 1901, 8,000 ft. at $3, 37,800 ft. at $2 ; meter, $1.50 

Napanee Water Works Co., water rates, 1 yr. to Nov. 1, 1901 .... 

Rath bun Co., selected hardwood slabs, 5 cords at $3.50 

Vanluven, F. E., egg coal, 40 tons at $5.25 



$ cts. 
160,310 52 



75 00 

739 00 

92 00 
59 00 

22 80 
238 95 
150 00 

91 38 

498 20 
15 42 

39 60 

22 53 

31 86 

400 00 
14 32 

62 50 
156 80 

52 50 

352 00 

27 77 



Carried forward. 



600 00 
400 00 


216 28 
67 00 
31 61 
25 50 


474 99 

140 00 

441 74 

10 00 


496 05 
10 50 
14 67 


600 00 
29 50 
47 25 
14 44 


699 54 

80 00 

418 50 



94 00 



16 94 



400 00 


50 00 


12 28 


101 10 


73 75 


17 50 


210 00 


169,145 29 



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Dominion Buildings : ITIalntenaiice— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Napanee Public Building — Con. 

1 box soap, $3 ; putting up storm windows, 20 hr. at 15c 

Niagara Falls Public Building ($1,003.81)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Sheppard, 12 in. to June 30 at $400 per annum, less 23 d. in July 

Carnochan, W. F., storm sash put up in post office 

Cole &, McMurray : 2 pr. 0-in. x 6-in. bronze hinges, $15 ; 1 LePage spring for door, $7 ; 
1 flag, $15 

Dennis, D., street sprinkling for season 1900 

Mann, John & Sons : egg coal, 35 ' 02 tons at $4. 40 

Mears, John J). & Co., sundries, $25.95 ; Munroe, J., hardwood, 10 cords at $6 

Niagara Falls Klec. Lt. & Power Co., lighting, 9 in. to Dec. 31, 1900 

Niagara Falls Water Commissioners, water rates, 6 m. to July 1, 1901 

Williamson, W. B., egg coal, 911 tons at $5.75 

Carting away ashes, $3.50 ; repairing sinks, $4.98 

Orangeville Public Building ($901.12)— 

Caretaker, D. McPherson, 17 d. in July, Aug. -June 30 at $400 per annum 

Acting caretaker, Mrs. J. Wilkins, June 24-July 14 

Atkinson, H. L., green wood, 12 cords at $2.25 

LathwelJ, Jos. R., egg coal, 23'84 tons at $7 

Marshall, F. J.: taking down old hot- water boiler and putting up and connecting 2 new 
Buffalo boilers, contract $44 ; extras, $18.70 ; hardware, $1.20 

McDonald, Cesar & Co.: 30 drawer locks, $30 ; sundry repairs to locks, &c, $19.80 

Orangeville Elec. Lt. & Power Co. : incandescent light, 12 m. to Feb. 15, 1901, $147 ; 
changing 23 lights at P. O., $2.30 ; 12 lamps at 30c; 1 socket, 25c 

Orangeville Water Works : water rates, 9 m. to June 30, 1901 

Glass and glazing, $1 ; l£ cords cedar, $3.75 ; sundries, $12.85 . 

Orillia Public Building ($534.32)— 

Caretaker, John Frawley, 12 m. to June 30 

Boynton, Jos., wood, 4 cords at $3.75 ; Mann, John & Son, egg coal, 23 005 tons at $5.55 

McNab Bros. : 1 door spring and check, $8, 1, $7.50 

Sanderson, R. J., egg coal, 5 '805 tons at $7, 1 ton, $6.50 

Town of Orillia : lighting, 10 m. to March 22, 1901, $71.60 ; water rates, 12 m. to Apr. 1, 
1901, $32.50 

1 ton coal, $6.50 ; carting away ashes, $4 ; glass and glazing, $2.75 ; sundries, $3.90 

Pembroke Public Buildings ($869.07)— 

Caretaker, Samuel Hamilton, 12 m. to June 30 

Dunlop & Co. : coal as per contract, $211.42 ; 1 30 ft. extension ladder, $6 

Pembroke Elec. Lt. Co.: lighting, 33-16-cp. lamps, 12 m. to Jan. 31, 1901 

Pembroke Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

Skinner & Ryan : wood, 5 cords at $2.66 ; shingles, &c, $5.50. .. . 

Glass and glazing, $2.20 ; pipe, $3.15 ; charging fire extinguishers, $1.50 

Peterborough Custom House ($79t>.76)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Taylor, 12 m. to June 30 

Duncan & Doupe, sign writing on tin with gold leaf letters 

Hall, Adatn, plumbing repairs, .$45.57 ; Kingscote, Alf., new flag pole and erecting, $35; 
removing awnings, $3 

Miller, Alex., electric supplies $11.85; McGregor, R. F., repairing gates and doors $11, 
making coal bin $5 

McLellan, A. J., egg coal, 2669 tons at $5.75 » 

Peterborough Light and Power Co.: lighting, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, 763,000 watt hr3. at 
20c. per M 

Peterborough Water Co.: water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, $50 ; extra supply, $4 

Hauling ashes, $5 ; 1 snow shovel, 75c. ; sundries, $3.55 . . . 

Peterborough Post Office ($1,057.59)— 

Caretaker, John Irwin, 12 m. to June 30 

Dickson Co.: 3 loads wood, $7.50 ; pine slabs, $6.75 

McLellan, A. J., egg coal, 31 ' 2 tons at $5.75 

Peterborough Light and Power Co.: lighting 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, contract 

Peterborough Water Co. : water rates, 1 year to June 30, 1901 

Redner, T. A. : repairs to P. O. boxes, drawers and supplying keys 

Removing ashes, $5 ; chemicals for fire extinguishers, $1.05 ; hardware, $6.15 ; sundries, 
$7 50 
Petrolia Public Buiiding ($733.37)— 

Caretaker, Chas. McRitchie, 12 m. to June 30 

Drake, James E., egg coal, 2 13 tons at $6.50. .. 

Jackson, R. & J.: egg coal, 206 tons at $6.50 ; Chicago butts, 2 pr. at $3.50 ; sundry, 
$1.58 

Mann, John & Sons, Scran ton egg coal, 29 ' 39 tons at $5 

Petrolia Water Works, water rates, 9 m. to July 1, 1901 

Pollard, E. & S.: 1 section hot water heater, $26.56 ; setting up furnace, $8 ; g$soline, 72 
galls, at 25c. ; glass and putty, $4 ; sundries, $24.10 

Queen City Oil Co.: photogene, 93 b8 galls, at 17c; less, 2 brls, $1.55 



Carried forward 175,174 



$ cts. 
169,245 29 



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1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward, 



Petrolia Public Building — Con. 

Rowles & Co., 9 x 18 ft. Canadian ensign. 

6 cords wood, $8 ; sundries, $5.25 

Picton Post Office ($77.25)— 

™ Hess, T. Y., 12 x 14 photographs of P.O., 3 at $3 

Hughes, J. B., s. coal, 10£ tons at $6.50 

Port Arthur Public Buildings ($696.79)— 

Caretaker, J. Whitehead, 12 m. to June 30 

Cooper, W. E., painting and repairs to flagstaff 

Hurstone Bros., egg coal, 22 tons at $6 

Lapointe, E , wood, 6 cords at $4; Marks, Clavet & Dobie Co., 3 door springs $9.75, 
locks &c. $9.20 , 

Matthews, J. L. & Co. : 4 Venetian shades, $40 ; 1 Dominion flag, $18 

Town of Port Arthur, electric light, 12 m. to January 31, 1901 

Woodside Bros.: castings, 93 lbs. at 6^c; foundry work, $8.20 

2 signs for P. O., $3.50 ; disinfectants, $3.05 ; sundries, $7.05 

Port Colborne Public Building ($384.97)— 

Caretaker, Wm. Armstrong, 12 m. to June 30 , „■ .-., 

Burrow, S : 1 stove, $7.50 ; pipe, elbows, &c, $4.72 

Kulow, F. C. : 1 enamel basin, $5 ; plumbing, &c, $10 , 

Mutual Natural Gas Co. : lighting, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1901 . . . , 

Port Coborne Water Works, water rates 12 m. to July 1, 1901 , 

Richardson, Chas., 2 gas lamps $1.20 ; Walker, Wm., 1 box soap $5, sundries $7.80 . . . 
Port Hope Public Building ($1,392.22)— 

Caretaker, Levi 'Reynolds, 12 m. to June 30 

Clarke, W. T., egg coal, 37 tons at $5.90 

Garnett, Thos.: general repairs in P.O., contract, $381.75 ; extra repairs, $15 

Millwood, G. W. : screen for P. O. lobby, $150 ; 2 new locks, $5.25 

Port Hope Gas Light Co.: gas, 9 m. to Jan. 31, 1901, 83,200 ft. at $2 ; meter, $1.50 

Port Hope Water Commissioners : water rates, 6 m. to June 30, 1901, $7.48 ; meter 
rent, $2.34 

White, J. B.: f -in. rubber hose, 100 ft. at 13c; putting on locks, &c, $5.25 

Elm tree aud planting same, $2 ; 1 storm sash, $3.50 ; steel coil spring, $2 ; 1^ cords soft 

wood, $5.25 ; repairs to furniture, $6 ; plumbing, $7.20 

Prescott Public Building ($1,135.97)— 

Caretaker, Richard Birks, 12 m. to June 30 , 

Buckley, J as. , furnace coal, 53 tons at $4.49 

Coates, Thos., Am. w. w. oil, 128 galls, at 23c 

Daniels, L. H., water supply to P. O. and C. H., 1 y. to Oct. 31, 1900 

Fellows, Joseph, repairing sewer work and material 

Heck, George, split stove wood, 12 cords at $2.35 

Henderson & Post, 1 Dominiun flag . . 

Prescott Board of Water and Light Commissioners, lighting, 21 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, 
at $125 per annum 

Hauling ashes, $3; taking off storm windows, $3; repairs to P. O. boxes, &c, $9.37; 

repairs to furnace, $3.35 ; sundry repairs, $5.74 

Rat Portage Public Building ($1,195.74)— 

Caretaker, Mrs. J. Link, June 19- June 30 at $400 per annum , 

Citizens' Telephone and Electric Co., lighting, 6 m. to Dec. 26, 1900, 1,915,000 watt hrs. 
at 7^c. per M. ; meter, $2.40 ; 1 mirror shade, $1 ; 1 lamp, 40c 

Hudson, F. , voucher outstanding , 

Murphy, Bros., wood, 4 cords at $3 ; Rat Portage Hardware Co., sundry hardware, 
$30.75 

Rat Portage Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901. . . 

Scott & Hudson Building Co.: putting on storm sash and fitting, $6.90 ; sundry, $11.25. 

Western Coal Co., egg coal, 41| tons at $8.75 

Carting away ashes, $5; 1 cord wood, $3; sundry lumber, $8.10; hardware, $9.65; 

sundries, $10 

Sarnia Post Office ($10.33)— 

Town of Sarnia, street watering, $5.83 ; Watson, J. B., painting 6 letter boxes, $4.50 

Smith's Falls Public Building ($662.80)— 

Caretaker, R. W. Lewis, 12 m. to June 30 . 

Citizens' Elec. Light Co. : incandescent light, 33 lights at $3.65 per light per annum, 
9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $90.50 ; lamps, $2.80 , 

Foster, A.: egg coal, 20 tons at $5.45 ; nut coal, 3'01 tons at $5.45 

Hanney, J ohn, fitting hose pipe, &c, time and material 

Johnston, Wm. , hard wood, 4 cords at $4.50 , 

Town of Smith's Falls, water supply, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, $85; street sprinkling, $3.36 

Repairing furnace, $1.90 ; sundry foundrywork, $9.75 ; hardware, $1.90 ; sundries, $6.10 
Stratford Public Building ($1,393.71)— 

Engineers at $600 per annum : J. H. Roberts, 7 m. to Jan. 31, $350 ; J. P. Murray, 5 m. 
to June 30, $250 



Carried forward 181,363 40 



$ cts. 
175,174 08 



20 00 


13 25 


9 00 


68 25 


300 00 


11 00 


132 00 


42 95 


58 00 


125 00 


14 24 


13 60 


240 00 


12 22 


15 00 


93 75 


10 00 


14 00 


400 00 


218 30 


396 75 


155 25 


167 90 


9 82 


18 25 


25 95 


400 00 


237 97 


29 44 


140 00 


39 15 


28 20 


18 00 



218 75 

24 46 

413 33 

147 47 
109 60 

42 75 

65 56 

18 15 

363 13 

35 75 

10 33 

300 00 



93 30 

125 41 

18 08 

18 00 
88 36 

19 65 

600 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-125 



Dominion Building* : maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Smith Fall's Public Building— Con. 

Care of clock, J. Welsh & Son, 1 y. to Nov. 15, 1900 

Johnson, Angus, egg coal contract, GO'102 tons at $5.44 

O'Hare, J. A., papering and tinting caretaker's quarters, contract 

Stratford City, sewer in front of P. O 

Stratford Gas Co. : gas, 9 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, 19,300 ft. at $2, 56,400 ft. at $1.60; meter, $2.25. 

Stratford Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to July 1, 1901 

White, R. & Co.: linoleum, 20 yds. at 85c; window sash and glass, *13 ; 2 cases pigeon- 
holes, $9.20; 15 new locks, $7.50; 3 sliding frames and glass in storm windows, $5 ; 

sundry repairs, $10. 50 , . 

1 cord cedar, $4.50 ; putting up storm windows, $3; repairing locks, &c, $1.35; furnace 

fittings, $5.50 ; Auer light mantles, &c, $10.90 ; sundries, $17.76 ; labour, $1.50. .. . 
Strathroy Public Building ($619.25)— 

Caretaker, W. J. Johnston, 12 m. to June 30 

Reed, A. : coal contract, 24 "709 tons at $5.85 ; wood, 5 cords at $4 

Strathroy Electric Co. : lighting, 11 m. to March 1, 1901, $43.85 ; meter, $2.75 

Strathroy Town, street sprinkling .".... 

Cleaning P. O. clock, $1 ; 5 galls, oil 90c. ; repairing pump, $2.50 ; work on roof, $1 

St. Catharines Public Building ($1,395.01)— 

Caretaker, Louis Reno, 12 m. to June 30 

Coy Bros. : 5 LePage door checks, $38 ; fixing door, &c, $3 . 10 

Dittrick, D., wood, 7 cords at $4 

MeCordick, W. H., egg coal, 15 tons at $5.70 

Mcintosh, Win., repairing woodwork damaged by fire of March 6, contract 

St. Catharines City, concrete sidewalk : on Queen St., $120; King St., $221.37 ; around 

building, $47.88 

St. Catharines Electric Light and Power Co. : lighting, 12 m. to May 10, 1900, $260 ; 

lamps, 3 at 25c, 48 at 20c 

St. Catharines Waterworks, water rates, 9 in. to June 30, 1901 

St. Catharines and Welland Canal Gas Co. : gas, 18 m, to June 30, 1901, 5,600 ft. at $1.50 ; 

meter rent, $15 

Voisard, B. D., & Sons, egg coal, 15048 tons at $5.70 

Repairing locks, &c, $5.25 ; putting up storm sash, $2 

St. Thomas Public Building ($1,325.16)- 

Caretaker, James Russell, 12 m. to June 30 

Acting caretaker, James Wilson, March, 31 d. at $1 . 25 

Acheson, James, hardware, $22.05 ; Ellison & Lewis, egg coal, 30 tons at $5.22 

Pen warden, O. : letter rack, oiled and varnished, $21 ; covering front steps to local public 

building, contract, $8 ; sundry repairs to furniture, &c, $21 .50 

Pringle, F. B., repairing P. O. boxes 

St. Thomas City, curbing and macadamizing on Mary St 

St. Thomas Gas Co., gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 289,300 ft. at $1 .50 

St. Thomas Waterworks, water rates, 12 m. to June 1, 1901 

Plastering, $2.50 ; plumbing repairs, $6.10 ; glass, 50c 

Toronto Civil Service Examinations ($75) — 

Pyne, R. A. : use of examination hall in College of Physicians and Surgeons, Nov. 1900, 4 

d. at $10 ; preparing hall, &c, Nov. 1900, $5 ; for use of hall for examiners, Aug. 1900, 

5 d. at $5 ; preparing hall. Aug. 1900, $5 

Toronto Custom House ($2,229.87)— 

Fireman, F. Faragher, 12 m. to June 30 

Elevatorman, Ed. Switzer, 15 d. in Oct., Nov.-June 30, at $55 per m 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., hardware, $15.50 ; Brown Bros., toilet fixtures, $10 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Dec 19, 1900, 67,700 ft. at $1.20, 73,500 ft. at 90c 

Independent Oil Co. : cylinder oil, 47| galls, at 90c. ; engine oil, 50 galls, at 65c 

McColl Bros. & Co. : valvone oil, 48 galls, at $1.25 ; dynamo oil, 49 galls, at 65c ; 2 

taps, $1 

Rogerss, Chas., & Son : making and fitting up shelving, $45 ; 1 pigeon-hole case, $11 .50 ; 

1 set book shelving, $37 ; 2 ash tables, $11.50 ; 1 table, $8.50 ; 1 revolving and tilting 

office chair, $7.50 ; 1 oak armchair, $7.50 ; 4 oak chairs, $6 ; 3 desk stools, $10 

Rogers, Elias, Co., coal : nut, 2 tons at $4.50 ; grate, 75 tons at $4.27 ; soft lump, 12 '49 

tons at $3.60 

Standard Fuel Co. : hard wood, 6 cords at $6.50 ; pine, 4 cords at $5 

Toronto City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, 646,050 galls, at 12c ; meter, $8 

Toronto Elec Light Co. : current for electric motor, 8 m. to June 19, 1901, 1,187,800 watt 

hrs. at 8c per M. ; meter, $4 

Toronto Drill Hall ($1,992.42)— 

Firemen at $600 per a., Richard Eyre and D. Glionna.. 

Loftus, John, cementing roof with Loftus fire and water proof cement, 633*936 sq. ft. at 

$1.25 per sq. ft - , 

Toronto Engineer's Office ($458.65)— 

Confederation Life Association, rent of offices, June 15-July 15, 1900, $25, July 15-June 

15, 1901, 11 m. at $38 per m., $418 



181,363 40 



443 00 



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1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



nonunion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Toronto Engineer's Office— Con. 

Toronto Elec. Light Co., current for light, 12 m. to Dec, 31 at $1 per m , 

| ton nut coal, $3 ; repairing clock, 65c 

Toronto Examining Warehouse ($5,527 .39)— 

Engineer, Jos. Cosgrove, 19 d. in July at $65, July 20-June 30 at $70 per m 

Eireman, E. Appleton, 12 m. to May 31, 1901, at $55 per m 

Elevatormen, 12 m. to June 30 : W. Cheney, $600 ; Alex. Day, $600 ; W. Slean, $600. . . 
Watchmen to June 30 : Jas. Richardson, 365 d. at $1.50; M. W. Devine, 12 m. at $50. . 

Care of janitor's clock, 1 year to June 30 , 

Aikenhead Hardware Co.: sheet rubber, 21 lbs. at 35c; sundry hardware, $46.97 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Dec. 19, 1900, 56,000 ft. at $1.20, 48,900 ft at 90c 

McGee, E., shovelling snow, 52 h. at 15c 

Rogers, Elias Co.: grate coal, 160 161 tons at $4.27 ; soft lump, 15 85 tons at $3.60 

Standard Fuel Co. , pine, 3 cords at $5 , 

Toronto City, water rates, 12 m. to Sept. 30, 1901 

Toronto Inland Revenue ($1,669.36)— 

Fireman, C. H. "Bailie : July, $50 ; Aug. -June 30 at $55 per m., $605 

Holmes Electric Protection Co., protection to June 30, 388 d. at $1 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, 46,800 ft. at $1.20, 85,100 ft. at 90c 

Kay, John, Son & Co., Brussels carpets made and laid with felt for the inspector's and 

collector's rooms, contract 

Rogers, Elias Co.: grate coal, 58 '81 tons at $4.27 ; soft lump coal, 8 tons at $3.60 

Standard Fuel Co. : hardwood, 2 cords at $6 . 50 ; pine, 2 cords at $5. 

Toronto City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, 115,380 galls, at 12c; meter. $8 

Toronto Elec. Light Co.: lighting, May 25, 1900-March 8, 1901, $43.15 ; meter, $2.25. . , 

Removing ashes, $2 ; hose couplings, 45c 

Toronto Marine and Fisheries, Boiler Inspection Office ($350) — 

McKinnon, S. F., rent of rooms 107 and 110 in McKinnon building for steamboat inspec 

tors, 9^ m. to Apl. 1, 1901, at $37.50 per m 

Toronto Post Office ($6,600.97)— 

Fireman, Geo. Letray, July $45, Aug. -June 30, 11 m. at $50 

Firemen at $45 a month : G. Phillips, Oct. -April, $315 ; J. Somers, 12 m. to June 30, $540 

Care of clock, C. W. Coleman, 1 y r. to June 30 „ 

Aikenhead Hardware Co. : disinfectant, $5 . 33 ; sundries, $18. 10. , 

Bender, Mrs. A. L., rent of store, 117 King St. W., for P.O. branch, 10 m. to June 14, 1901 

Brown Bros., 2 cases Dominion toilet 

Consumers' Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to May 23, 1901, 6,300 ft. at $1.20, 1,700 tt. at 90c; meter 

rent, $10 . 

Incandescent Light Co., lighting, 10 m. to Jan. 31, 1901 at $216.67 per m 

Mackenzie, J. H.: Am. gasoline, 44 - 16 galls, at 39c, 44'16 galls, at 38c; No. 76 gasoline, 

180 galls, at 23c, 622*43 galls, at 21c, 175'28 galls, at 20c; cylinder oil, $10.25; 

sundry, $18.63 ; less by return of cans, &c, $8.10. . 

Office Specialty M'f 'g. Co. , 1 oak office desk 

Rogers, Chas. & Son. , wardrobes, 2 at $18 each 

Rogers, Elias Co., grate coal, 160 tons at $4.27 ; soft lump coal, $4.65 

Standard Fuel Co. : hardwood, 12 cords at $6.50 

Toronto City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, 2,033,000 galls, at 12c; meter, $8 ; 

removing ashes, $7.55 

Toronto Elec. Light Co., ($200.41)— 

Lighting branch P.O., 117 King St. W., Nov. 1- Apr. 3, 1901, 695,550 watts at 12c; meter, 

$1.25 

Current for elec. motor, Union station, Dec. 18, 1900- June 18, 1901, $83.67 ; meter rent 

$3 ..... 

Running wires and making connections to 1 10-h.p. motor at Union station, contract. . . 

Rent and maintenance of electric clock system, 18 m. to June 30, 1901 

Toronto Union Station, electric light, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 5,362,500 watts at 12c per M 
Wheeler & Bain, 1 large filter 



Toronto Public Building ($1,200)— 

Engineer, Wm. J. Smith, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 . 



Trenton Public Building ($1,237.40)— 

Caretaker, D. Allan, 12 m. to June 30 

Care of clock, A. E. By water, 1 yr. to April 28, 1901 . . " 

Crowe, Chas., coal contract, 28 tons at $4.95 

Hanley, Thos., inspection of granolithic pavement, 8 trips at $5 

Jackson, John, assisting caretaker in putting on stone storm sash and door steps 

Shurie, James, electric lamps, 50 at 30c 

Sidley, Sylvester, making granolithic pavement, 169 yds. at $1.70 per yd , 

Trenton Elec. and Water Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 5, 1901, $200 ; water rates, 12 m. to 

May 1, 1901, $75 

White, Geo. A., glass and putty, $5 ; Whittier, N.D., pine blocks, 10 cords at $2.30 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
190,236 82 



12 00 
3 65 

836 94 

660 00 

1,800 00 

1,147 50 

77 50 

54 32 

111 21 

7 80 

740 95 

15 00 

76 17 

655 00 

388 00 
132 75 

121 00 

279 90 

23 00 

21 86 

45 40 

2 45 



350 00 

595 00 

855 00 

78 50 

23 43 

625 00 

19 00 

19 09 
2,166 70 



261 98 
45 00 
36 00 

687 85 
78 00 

259 51 



84 74 

86 67 
20 00 

9 00 
643 50 

7 00 



1,200 00 



400 00 
50 00 

138 60 

40 00 

3 50 

15 00 

287 30 

275 00 
28 00 



206,837 59 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-127 



Dominion Buildings: IVIaintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Walkerton Public Building ($901.55)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Gibson, 12 in. to June 30, 1901 

Hermester & Michol, plumbing, $11.40 ; Tanner, John, wood, 8£ cords at $4 

Traill Bros., large egg coal, 2836 tons at $6.25 

Truax, R. & Co.: soft wood, 3 cords at $2 ; putting up storm sash, $5 ; sundry, $3.75.. . . 

Walkerton Electric Light & Power Co., lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, $200 ; 37 16-c.p. 
incandescant lamps at 30c. each ; lamp cord, &c, 50c 

Walkerton Town, water rates, 12 m. to Mar. 31, 19U1 

Candles for illumination, 50c; 7^ yds. linoleum, $6.55; repairs to office furniture, $8.25; 

sundries, $6.25 

Windsor Public Building ($1,867.91)- 

Caretaker, Win. Curtis, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Engineer, Israel Belleperche, Oct. 10 to May 31 at $50 per m 

Bartlet & Macdonald : linoleum, 12 yds. at $1 ; 1 mat, $4. 

Bell Ice Co., removing ashes, 7 m. to Apl. 30 at $2 , 

Cleminson, R. J., wood, 3 cords at $5 ; Craig, P. A., rail for hanging bags, $10 

Marentette, Ed., repairing locks, 471 at 25c. each , 

Pennington & Brian, plumbing repairs 

Scully & Bridges, coal : egg, 40 tons at $5.45 ; chestnut, 5 tons at $5.45 ; soft, 3 tons at 
$3.60 

Windsor Gas Co., gas, 9 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, 114,000 ft. at $1.50, 253,000 ft. at $1.40. . . 

Windsor Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Putting up storm porch, $6 . 50 ; 1 box soap, $3 . 75 ; 1 doz. brooms, $3 ; sundries, $3 

Zurich Post Office ($1.75)— 

Hess, Fred, Sr. & Son, 1 sign 12 x 14 inches and lettered. 

Brandon Experimental Farm ($219.15)— 

Hanbury Mfg. Co., Am. egg coal, 14 tons at $8.60 

Lane & Elviss, tamarack, 5 cords at $5 

McMillan, D. M., Crow's Nest Pass coal, 5 tons at $7 . 45 

Purdon & Smart, poplar, 10 cords at $3 .65 

Brandon Public Building ($2,187.98)— 

Caretaker, Thos. Giles, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Brandon City, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Brandon Elec. Light Co., lighting, 12 m. to Mar. 22, 1901, $600 ; 30 lamps, $15.25 

Brown & Mitchell: pulling down lead on P.O, steps, contract, $47.50; sundry hard- 
ware, $30. 10 

Hanbury Mfg. Co.: Am. egg coal, 70 tons at $8.35 ; Gait coal, 5 tons at $7 

Miller, Wm.: 1 Richelieu closet, $9 ; sundry plumbing, &c, $30.68 ... . 

McGregor, P. : building 3 porches, &c. , contract, $44 . 50 ; work on floor and flooring, 
$6 60 

McMillan, D. M., G. C. wood, 16 cords at $4 

Labour putting on storm windows and porches, $9 ; repairs, $2.75 ; gravel, 10 loads at 

60c. ; hardware, $3.10 

Brandon Immigration Hall ($150.58)— 

Lane & Elviss, hauling coal .... 

Purdon, R. : Gait coal, 18 tons at $8.50 ; stove coal. 5 031 tons at $10.50 ; wood, 10 cords 

at $4.25, 9 at $4 

Dauphin Dominion Lands Office ($260.20)— 

Canadian Northern Ry. Co., coal supplied by Stores Dept., 4 tons at $11 .30 

Bogie, Thos. , oak wood, 4 cords at $4 ... 

Johnston's Dray Line, freight on coal 

Smith, R. W., rent of office, 12 m. to May 1, 1901. 

Sutherland & Stelck ; 1 Jubilee Heater, $13 ; stove pipes and elbows, $3 

Dauphin Immigration Hall ($16) — 

Northern Lumber Co., wood, 4 cords at $4 , 

East Selkirk Immigrant Shed ($237.47)— 

C. P. Ry. Co., rent of round house, 1 year to Jan. 1, 1902 

Hickes, R. & E. P., poplar, 5 cords at $2.50, 15 cords at $2 

Lyons, David, poplar, 76 cords at $2 . 50 

Minnedosa Dominion Lands Office ($133 . 25) — 
' Halfpennv, H. N. & Co., wood split and piled, 4 cords at $3.75. 

Mills, John I., hard coal, 4097 tons at $12.50 

Sparling, W. H. & Co., coal, 10,315 lbs. at 65c. per 100 lb 

Portage la Prairie Public Building ($1,009.32)— 

Caretaker, E. McNeil, 12 m. to June 30, $400 ; outlay, $4.45 

Central Elec. Co. : lighting, 13 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, $288 ; 12 16-c. p. lamps, $3 . 60 ; sockets, 
&c.,$3 65 , 

Edheims, J. E., cutting poles, 24 loads at 75c 

Miller, T. & W.: door checks, 3 at $3 ; sundry hardware, &c, $10.60 

Miller, W. W. : 1 desk for money order dept., $13 ; 1 paper case for general delivery, $12 ; 
1 couch for night clerk, $8 ; 1 small table, $1 . 75 

Portage Iron Works, sundry foundry work 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
206,837 59 



400 00 
45 40 

177 25 
14 75 

211 60 
31 00 

21 55 

400 00 

386 66 

16 00 

14 00 
25 00 

117 75 

15 00 

256 05 

525 20 

96 00 

16 25 

1 75 

120 40 
25 00 
37 25 
36 50 

600 00 
100 00 
615 25 

77 60 

619 50 

39 68 

51 10 
64 00 

20 85 

4 00 

146 58 



45 20 

16 00 

3 00 

180 00 

16 00 


16 00 


5 00 

42 50 

189 97 


15 00 
51 20 
67 05 


404 45 


295 25 

18 00 

19 60 


34 75 
17 55 


213,603 03 



V-128 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



,50. 



82. 



per m. ; washing towels, 



Orr. 
25 J 



Portage la Prairie Public Buildings — Con. 

Purvis, J. K., poles, 3 loads at $3, 3 at $2.75, 2 at 

Windalt & Co.. coal, 21275 tons at $8.90 

Wire cable, $2.02 ; fly netting, $1.20 ; smithwork, $4.90. .. . 
Winnipeg, A. R. G's. Office ($13.50)— 

Leslie, John, office chairs, 2 at $3, 1 at $1, 6 at 75c. ; repairs 
Winnipeg Clerk of Works Office ($306.85)— 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 1 y. to Sept. 1, 1901 . . 
Cyr, J. E., acting clerk of works, sundry travel and outlay. . . 
Fewtrell, Emma L., cleaning offices, 12 m. to July 1, 1901, at 

§lc, $7.50 

Philip, David, 1 No. 7 Model Remington typewriter 

Winnipeg post office, rent of drawer No. 1435, 12 m. to June 30 

Ice for season, $5 ; 1 bag, $5 50 

Winnipeg Custom House ($2,621.56)— 

Eireman : J. G. Russell, July and Aug., Dec. 1-June 30 at $45 per m., $405 ; J. S, 

3 h. per d. from Sept. 19 to Nov. 30 at 25c, $54 ; T. J. Adair, Oct. 7 to Nov. 

Sundays at $2, $16 . . , '. 

Beaufield, A. F. : linoleum, 27 yds. at 75c. ; paper, 54 yds. at 5c. ; 1 rug, $3.50 

Brown & Rutherford: repairs to counter, contract, $57 ; 1 case pigeonholes, $43.50 

sundry work and material, $7 .77 

Brydon, Wm . : building new fences and gates, repairing old fences and painting, contract, 

$48 ; new sidewalk, contract, $20 ; building porch, contract, $75 ; taking off shutters 

and putting on double windows in Nov., $7 ; taking off windows and replacing 

blinds in May, $8 50 . 

Canadian Incandescent Gas Light Co . : sunlight lamps with chimneys, 24 at $1 . 25 ; 

mantles, 22 at 40c . ; globes, 22 at 25c , . 

Clarke, Jas. E., cleaning windows, 152 at 15c 

Cotter Bros . : putting in new boilers, contract, $140 ; putting in new sections in boiler 

and putting in new 50-gallon boiler, $45 ; placing new grates in boilers, $15 ; desk 

lamp, contract, $13 ; sundry plumbing and material, $23.78. . . 
Gurney Foundry Co.: 2 No. 5 Ox. h.w. boilers, $229.60 ; twin connections, $50; freight 

and cartage, $44 .31 , 

Hamilton, T. S.: papering, painting and kalsomining, contract, $115 ; glass aad glazing, 

$3.90 ; 

Leslie, John, 1 wardrobe, $20; Scott Furniture Co., office chairs, 4 at $7 ; stools, 3 at 
$2.50.. 

Scott, Wm . : poplar, 2 cords at $4 . 25, 4^ cords at $4 

Wallace, John, repairing roof, &c 

Windatt & Co. , egg coal, 85 tons at $8 . 36 

Winnipeg City : water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, $51.39; use of water, April, May 
and June, 74,277 galls, at 20c. per M 

Winnipeg Elcc. St. Ry. Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, 28,400 ft. at $2.02|, 71,400 ft. at 
$1.85, 8,600 ft. at $1.80. 

1 case toilet paper, $7; making 2 furnace cleaners, $3; glass and glazing, $5.28; hard- 
ware, $8 . 40 ; sweeping 2 flues, $1 

Winnipeg Dom. Lands Office ($580.05)— 

Brown & Rutherford : 1 flag pole set in place, contract, $25 ; sundry, $3.77 

Brydon, Wm.: building new fences and gates, repairing old fences and painting, &c, 
contract, $49 ; taking off and putting on double windows and shutters, $15.05 

Cotter Bros., sundry plumbing and material 

Leslie, John : 1 oak desk, $50 ; 1 secretary's desk, $40 ; 3 chairs, $23. 50 

Wallace, John : galv. iron pipe, $17.75 ; cleaning boilers, &c, $2.40 ..... . 

Windatt & Co., egg coal, 32 tons at $8.36 .... 

Winnipeg City : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 . 

Winnipeg Elec. St. Ry. Co. : gas, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, 1,400 ft. at $2.02J, 15,700 ft. at 
$1.85, 900 ft. at $1.80 

1 cord pine, $5 ; glass and glazing, $1 . 36 ; cleaning windows, $9 . 85 ; sweeping flues, 50c . 
Winnipeg Engineer's Office ($275.75)— 

Manitoba Land Co., rent, including heating offices and storerooms, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 

1901, and June, 1901 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse ($423.53) — 

Brydon, Wm.: building new fences and gates and repairing and painting old ones, &c. 
$48 ; glass and glazing, 80c; removing double windows and shutters, $15.25 

Windatt & Co., coal, 41 tons at $8.36 

Winnipeg Electric St. Ry. Co.: gas, 12 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, 400 ft. at $2.02J, 1,900 at $1.85 

Glass and glazing, $4 : cleaning windows, $5.90 ; sweeping flues, $1 ; sundry, $1.50.. ... 
Winnipeg Immigration Hall ($1,654.87)— 

Ashdown. J. H. : 75 ft. 1| x 3- in. Lion hose, $15 ; express on same, 40c 

Leslie, John : 15 ft. table, $13.50 ; 1 chair, $1.50 

Scott, Wm. : tamarac, 74^ cords at $5.50, 24 cords at $5 

Strang & Co., rent and storage for exhibits, 11 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, at $25 per m 



Carried forward 218,879 14 



$ cts. 



213,603 



22 25 

189 35 

8 12 

13 50 

50 00 
60 35 

67 50 

110 50 

8 00 

10 50 



475 00 
26 45 

108 27 



158 50 

44 30 

22 80 



236 78 
323 91 
118 90 

55 50 

26 50 

18 05 

710 60 

66 25 

205 07 

24 68 

28 77 

64 05 

14 98 

113 50 

20 15 

267 52 
20 86 

33 51 
16 71 

275 75 



64 05 

342 76 

4 32 

12 40 

15 40 

15 00 

529 75 

275 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-129 



Dominion Ituiltl Iii»* : llalnlonaiice— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Winnipeg Immigration Hall — Con. 

Suckling, Walter & Co., rent of biscuit factory to prepare grain exhibits, Dec. 27, 1900- 

Feb. 8, 1901 

Vulcan Iron Co., grates, &c, $2.05 ; Windatt & Co., coal, 40 tons at $8.36 

Winnipeg City : water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, $66.90; use of water, 3 m. to June 

30, 1900, 792,605 galls, at 15c. per M 

Winnipeg Flee St. Ky. Co., lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 5, 1901, 748 8 volts at 17c, 382 at 

16c, 484 at 15c; 16 cp. lamps, 48 at 25c; sockets, &c, $1.95 

Winnipeg Inland Revenue ($145)— 

Black, C. H., 1 Shannon cabinet 

Leslie, John : 1 walnut standing desk, $50 ; 1 oak office chair, $13 

Watt & Albert, 2 sub-treasury boxes at $3.50 each 

Winnipeg Post Office (*8,045.24)— 

Engineer, J. G. McDougall, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Firemen at $45 : P. Dillon, 1 m. to July 31, 1900, $45 ; R. Cross, Aug. 1-Nov. 12, 1900, 

$153 ; John Mikulezky, Nov. 18-June 30, 1901, $342 

Elevator-man, Jos. Coutu, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Night watchman, Jos. Gagnier, 12 m. to June 30 

Alberta Ry. and Coal Co., coal, contract, 350 09 tons at $7.50 

Ashdown, J. H. : flax packing, 3| lbs. at 80c, 13! H*. at 65c; sundry hardware, $35.16. . 

Boes, Mary, cleaning offices, 12 m. to June 30 at $5 per m 

Canadian Incandescent Gas Lighting Co.: sunlight lamps, 24 at $1.50; mantles, 74 at 

40c ; globes, &c, $3.50 

Cotter Bros. : putting in jacket heater and tank, contract, $76 ; sundry plumbing, &c, $23.80 

Fensom Elevator Works, voucher outstanding 

Hogan, P. J.: cleaning, glass partition, $3; skylights, 1, $1.50, 40 at 20c; screens, 60 at 

15c; windows, 89 at 20c, 21 at 10c; storm sashes, 65 at 20c, 26 at 15c, 10 at 10c. . . j 
Leslie, John : 1 oak desk, $38 ; 1 oak press stand, $8.50 ; elevator seat, $6 ; 1 office chair 

with cushion, $6.50 ; stools, $6 

Manitoba Auer Light Co. : mantles, 16 at 50c ; sundry, $11 

Philip, J. J., 1 Cyclone grate. .... 

Schmidt & Co. : making 2 name plates, letters, newspapers and parcels, inquiry wicket, 

contract, $22; repairing elevator door, $15; repairing P. O. boxes, 84 at 50c each, 

repairing boxes, 13 hrs. at 40c ; sundry, $2.60 

Scott, Wm.: slabs, 14J cords at $4; Tees & Co., repairs to office furniture, $21.70 

Talbot, W. R. & Co.: washing and tinting walls and ceiling, &c, contract, $215; 

painting, hard oiling, &c, contract, $109 

Wallace, John, 12 galv. iron boxes, contract 

Winnipeg City : water rates, 9 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, $214.13; use of water, 3 m. to June 

30, 1901, 1,746,961 galls, at 15c 

Winnipeg Elec St. Ry. Co.: gas, 78,800 ft. at $2.25, 872,600 ft. at $3 .85, 109,800 ft. at 

xl. 80 

Repairs to P. O. clock, $9.75 ; repairs to doors, &c, $9.85; 1£ cords slabs, $5.65 ; oval 

toilet paper, $9 ; Royal boiler purger, $9.75 : 1 mirror plate, $2.50 ; 1 thermometer, 

$4 ; 2 arm-chairs, $3 ; soap, $1.25 ; glass and glazing, $5.60 ; hardware, $3.95 ; clean- 
ing off snow, $3 . 50 

Manitoba and N. W. T. Generally ($288)— 

Cocklin, E. J., voucher outstanding 

Cowan, John, travel re plumbing and heating in Manitoba, Alberta and Assiniboia, Mar. 

1-17, 1901 

Morrison, John, ry. fare, Regina to Indian Head, $3 ; hotel expenses, $2 50 

Alameda Dominion Lands Office ($135)— 

Buchanan, Mrs., rent of building for office, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, and 3 in. to Apl. 30, 

1901, at $15 per m 

Alameda Immigration Hall : McNeill, J. W., rent of building, Mar. 10-Sept. 10, 1900, 6 m. a t$3. 
Battleford Registry Office ($02.75)- 

Macdonald, A.: 1 revolving tilting chair, $8.50; 2 chairs, $2.25; 1 letter-press table, 

16 . 50 ; 1 office stool, $1 .50 

Woodman, A. H. : fire extinguishers with 18 bottles chemicals, 3 at $15 each 

Calgary Court House ($1,195.12)— 

Caretaker, E. N. Brown, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Calgary Water Works : water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Calgary Water Power Co.: electric light, 11 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, 400 M. watts at 15c: 

meter rent, $2 . 75 , 

Hull, W. R., furnace anthracite coal, 35175 tons at $7.65 

Williams, H. McC, 4,110 lbs. coal, contract 

1 cord wood, $6 ; cleaning closets, $5 

Calgary Immigration Shed ($154.16) — 

Alberta Transfer Co.: anthracite stove coal, 8 "745 tons at $7.65; Gait coal, 5 22 tons at 

si .50, 4 01 tons at $6 

Hull, W. R., stove coal, 165 tons at $7 .65 

McBride, A., & Co., 1 smoke-stack, $4.50 ; Van Wart & Co., wood, 2 cords at $6 



| Cti. 

218,879 14 



22 50 

336 45 

185 80 

274 97 

75 00 

63 00 

7 00 

840 00 

540 00 
540 00 
540 00 

2,025 05 
46 77 
60 00 

65 10 
99 80 
12 40 

59 30 



1— 9v 



Carried forward 



65 00 
19 00 
65 50 


86 80 
79 70 


324 00 
43 00 


476 17 


1,989 25 


67 80 


150 00 


132 50 
5 50 


135 00 
18 00 


17 75 
45 00 


540 00 
300 00 


62 75 

269 04 

12 33 

11 00 


124 99 
12 67 
16 50 


230,342 13 



V-130 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings: Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Calgary Land Titles Office ($16.40)— 

Head, W., plumbing, $2.40 ; Turner, J. H., cleaning chimney, &c, $2. . . 

Van Wart & Co., wood, 2 cords at $6 , , 

Calgary Post Office ($1,763.52)— 

Caretaker, G. L. Fiaser, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Alberta Transfer Co.: anthracite furnace coal, 20 705 tons at $7.65 ; Gait coal, 23 tons 

at $6. 50 

Calgary Hardware Co. , 7 electric shades 

Calgary Water Works, water rates, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 . 

Calgary Water Power Co., electric light, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, 3,333 M. watts at 15c; 

meter rent, $3 

Head, W., plumbing, $15.75 ; Hull, W. P., anth. coal, 20 23 tons at $7.65 

King, G. C., postmaster : freight paid on rack, $14.46 ; cartage, 50c; 1 flag, $12 

McNeill, J. C. : 1 paper cabinet, $22 ; repairs, $5.20 

Van Wart & Co. , 12-in. wood, 4 cords at $6 , 

Williams, H. McC, 4,250 lbs. coal, contract 

Edmonton Immigration Hall ($450)— 

Baldwin, W. J., coal, 8 tons at $2.50 

Coil, F. R., coal, 12 tons at $2.50 

Gouin, G. A., rent of building, 8 m. to Mar. 22, 1901, at $50 

Edmonton Land and Registry Office ($950.50)— 

Caretaker, R. Wylie, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Duplessis, R. , 1 file rack of 162 spaces, contract, $50 ; repairs to locks and doors, $1 . 50 . . 
Edmonton Elec. Lt. and Power Co.: lighting, 12 m. to Dec 31, 1900, at $14.40 per m.; 6 

lamps, $3 

Edmonton District Telephone Co., rent of telephone, Oct. 15 to March 31, 1901 

Humberston, Wm., coal, 57 ' 98 tons at $2 . 50 

Kramer, Frank, scavenger work 

Osier, Hammond & Nanton, rent of office, 5 m. to Nov. 30, 1900, at $12 

Ross Bros. : 2 grates for furnace, $33 ; 2 evap. pans and fitting, $9 ; sundry repairs, &c, 

$15.30 ; hardware, $8.75 

3 loads slabs, $5 ; 6 bush, lime, $3.25 ; 12 spittoons, $5.45 ; scavenger work. $3 

Indian Head Experimental Farm ($295)— 

Conn, James, poplar, 10 cords at $4 50 

Thompson, Geo. coal, Gait, 10 tons at $7 ; anthracite, 20 tons at $9. ... , 

Lacombe Immigration Hall ($68) - 

Freeze, Mrs. J. S., rent of building, 8 m. to Jan. 15, 1901, at $7 per m 

Kendrick, J. N., wood, 6 cords at $2 

Lethbridge Immigration Hall ($6 . 50)— 

Lethbridge Cartage Co. , coal, 2 tons at $3 . 25 

Lethbridge Public Building ($937.88)— 

Caretakers at $35 : Robert Sage, 8 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, $280 ; E. J. Hodder, 4 m. to June 

30, 1900, $140 

Ashdown, J. H. : Dominion ensign, $9.60 ; express, 45c *. 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 6 m. at $36 per an 

Brodie, John ; coal, 50 '4 tons at $3.25 ; 2 cords firewood, $6.50 ; carting away ashes, &c, 

$4.50 • 

Brodie & Stafford : repairs to offices, 4 d. at $3 ; alabastine, $7 ; sundry hardware, $66.11. 

Cole's National Mfg. Co. : 1 15-ft. Dominion flag 

Hyssop, Chas. : water supply, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 .... 

Kirkham, T. F. : coal, 5 tons at $3.25 ; repairing gutter and roof, $13.60 ; sundry repairs, 

$6.45 

Lethbridge Water Works and Electric Light Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Jan. 1, 1901, 614,600 

watt h. at 15c per M. ; supplies, $13.40 

Messages, $1 .57 ; plumbing, $3.76 ; sundries, $6.95 

Macleod Court House ($455.50)— 

Caretaker, John Ryan, 12 m. to June 30 

Dixon, A., 6 loads wood, $12 ; Grady, A. F.: soft coal, 8 tons at $5 ; 1 stepladder, $3.50 

Macleod Improvement Co., rent of court house, 9 m. to March 31, 1901 

'Macleod Custom House ($149.50)— 

Dixon, A. , 6 loads wood 

Grady, A. F.: 1 40-ft. flag pole, $40 ; hard coal, 5 tons at $9.50 ; soft coal, 10 tons at $5 
Medicine Hat Court House ($672.45)— 

Caretaker, J. H. G. Bray, 12 m. to June 30, less 1 d. in July , . 

Crockford Bros., coal, 12 tons at $3 ; Nason, B. O., coal, 6 tons at $3. .... , ... 

Williamson & Rea : coal oil, $4 ; 3 thermometers, $3 ; sundries, $12 90 

Woodman, A. H., Stempel fire extinguishers (with 24 bottles chemicals), 4 at $15 



$ cts. 



230,342 13 


4 40 
12 00 


480 00 


173 33 

5 83 
340 00 


502 95 
170 50 

26 96 

27 20 
24 00 
12 75 


20 00 

30 00 

400 00 


400 00 
51 50 


175 80 
16 50 

144 95 
19 00 
60 00 


66 05 
16 70 


45 00 
250 00 


56 00 
12 00 



Moosomin Court House ($870.42)— 

Caretaker, J. C. Jopp, 12 m. to June 30 

Bristow, T. H.: Am. hard coal, 4 02 tons at $12, 
tons at $7 . 50 



2 05 tons at $11.60; Gait coal, 10 '084 



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6 50 



420 00 
10 05 
18 00 


174 80 
85 11 
15 75 
60 00 


36 30 


105 59 
12 28 


175 00 

55 50 

225 00 


12 00 
137 50 


538 55 
54 00 
19 90 
60 00 


600 00 


147 65 


236,855 03 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-131 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Qu' 



Moosomin Court House— Con. 

McNaughton, R. I). & Co. : velvet carpet, Gl yds. at $1.35; 1 carpet, $3 ; linoleum, 1^ 
yd. at $2 ; carpet paper, &c, $2 . 65 

Scavenger work, $5; 2| cords wood, $8.50; sawing and piling wood, $2; putting up 
storm windows, $1 ; repg. eavestrough, $6.50 ; repg. door, $1 ; hardware, $8.10 ... . 
Moose Jaw Court House ($553.50)— 

Caretaker, Richard Sma'e, 12 m. to June 30 

Beard, R., stove coal, 10 tons at $10 ; Ballamy, Jno., 1 heavy oak table, $40.. 

Bogue, R., hardware, $3.50 ; Simpson, E. & Co., 4 loads cut wood, $10. . . 

Prince Albert Court House ($01)— 

Bell Telephone Co.: rents of telephones, 12 m. to June 1, 1901, judge's residence, $25 ; 

court house, $30 .... 

Prince Albert Land and Registry Office ($703.40)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Cassie, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Evans, A. E., wood, 14 cords at $2.75 ; Gerroud, Jos., wood, 01 cords at $2.75 

Holmes, Andrew : jacking up beam and putting posts under, $15 ; repairing plaster, $12 
raising joists built in brick wall and putting beam and posts under, $12; repairing 
doors and locks, $7 ; sundry repairs, $12.25 

Kernaghan, J. B. : oil, 30 galls, at 30c; 1 box soap, $5 ; sundries, $5.15 

Moffat, James : glass and glazing, $9.20 ; sundry repairs, $7.55 ; Evans, A. E., cleaning 
closets, $3 

Appelle Court House ($4) — 

Amas, Frank, 1 cord cut wood 

Red Deer Dominion Lands Office ($171.17)— 

Smith, Jos. M.: coal, 9 03 tons at $5 ; cut wood, 8 cords at $3.75 

4p Wright, C. K., rent of building, 12 m. to Apr. 1, 1901, at $8 per m 

Regina Clerk of Works ($97.50)— 

Williams, R. H. & Son, rent of offices, 13 m. to Jan. 31,1901, at $7.50 per m 

Regina Court House ($1,918 . 07)— 

Caretaker, P. McAra, 12 m. to June 30 

Fireman, Jas. McLachlan, Sept. 25- June 30, at $40 per m 

Little, T. J. : removing window screens and storm sashes, $10.80 ; glass and glazing, $11.78 

Mayer, Michel, cleaning cesspit during year to May 1, 1901 

Paul, R.: anth. furnace coal, 05 tons at $10 ; bituminous coal, 5 tons at $7 

Regina Elec. Lt. and Power Co.: lighting, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, $128.74 ; 16 c. p. lamp, 
30 at 50c. ; 1 socket, 50c , 

Smith & Ferguson : sundry plumbing, $25.05 ; hardware, $3.85 .... 

Williams, R. H. & Son : wood, 5 cords at $5.85 ; sundries, $4.05 

1 case toilet paper, $7.50 ; 1 sponge, 40c; repairs to plaster, $1.75 

Regina Dominion Lands Office ($080.51) — 

Caretaker, W. J. Gore, 25 d. in May and June at $400 per annum 

Donahue, J. S., rent of office, 10 m. to Apr. 30, 1901, at 50 per m 

Lang, E. F., 2 photos of office, $2 ; Paul, R., stove coal, 11 83 tons at $10 

Regina Immigration Office ($35.25) — 

Emile, S., loads of wood and delivery 

Smith & Ferguson Co., 1 ton coal, $0.75 ; Stemshorn, C, 3 loads firewood, $11 

Regina Land Titles Office ($17.55)— 

Williams, R. H. & Son, wood, 3 cords at $5 . 85 

Regina Post Office ($501.21)— 

Bitschen, Jos. : washing walls and ceiling and kalsomining, 2 coats, 192 yds. at 6c ; wash- 
ing floor and woodwork, $2 

Little, T. J.: making 8 large drawers and 16 small ones, contract, $70 ; laying flooring, 
contract, $85 ; sundry ctrpentry work, &c, $22.99 

McCausland, W., repairs and hardware 

McDougall, D. C.: 4-in. sewer pipe, 43 ft. at 85c; connecting with main sewer, $2: 
making catch basin, $4 25 ... ... 

Paul, R. : Can. anth. coal, 20 tons at $10 ; bituminous coal, 5 tons at $7 

Regina Elec. Co., 8-c.p. lamps, $3 ; Williams, R. H. & Son, wood, 4 cords at $5.85. . . 
Regina Registry Office ($141.70)— 

Paul, R.: Can. anth. coal, 13 tons at $10 ; Williams, R. H. & Son, wood, 2 cords at $5 85 
Rosthern Immigration Hall ($157.00) — 

Bash ford & Fisher, 2 cords pine wood 

Holmes, Andrew: 25 storm sashes, including freight and teaming, &c, $85; fitting in 
place, $12 ; banking sheds, $25 ; car fare to Rosthern and return, $7.00 ; 2 days' ex- 
penses, $10 ; workman's wages, $10 



236,855 03 



Strathcona Immigration or Land Office ($211.25) — 

Little & Co., wood, 60 cords at $2.50 

Osier, Hammond & Nanton : rent of office, 4 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, at $12 per m. 

4 cords wood, $8 ; If tons coal, $5.25 

St. Mary's Custom House ($370)— 

Rose «fe Cahoon, building chimney, lathing, plastering, &c, contract 



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1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Wolseley Court House ($757.45) — 

Caretakers at $45 ; Chas. Taylor, 9 m. to Mar. 31, 1901, $405 ; Wm. Hare, 3 m. to June 

30, 1901, $135 

Magee & Thompson : coal, anth., lump, 9 105 tons at $10.50, 5 95 tons at $9.25 ; Gait, 

323 tons at $7, 2655 tons at $6.50 

Thompson, A. G., 3 cords wood, $9 ; Thompson, A. G., coal oil, 40 galls, at 35c. ; sundries, 

$3.95 

Yorkton Dominion Lands Office ($349.60)— 

Ashdown & Co., 2 cuspidors, 50c. ; Beck, Levi, wood, 10 cords at $3.25 

Langstaff, H. J., rent of office, Dec. 12, 1899-Dec. 31, 1900, at $25 per m 

Agassiz Experimental Farm ($60.64) — 

Can. Pac. Ry. Co. : freight on coal, 10,290 lbs. at 22c. per 100 lbs 

Giiley Bros. : coal, 1 ton $7, 4 tons at $6.50; 50 sacks, $5 ... 

Atlin Post Office ($1)— 

Cross, A. S. & Co., 2 brooms at 50c, each 

Kamloops Dominion Lands Office ($180) — 

Wood, E. S., rent of office, 12 m. to Dec. 31, 1900, at $15 per m , 

Kamloops Post Office ($31.55)— 

Mackay, R., carpenter work on partitions, &c, 47 hrs. at 40c. ; sundry material, &c, 

$12.75 

Nanaimo Public Building ($1,101.46)— 

Caretaker, John Thompson, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 . . , . 

Forrester, Alex. : buildiner office desk, contract, $35 ; sundry carpenter work, $8.50 

Nanaimo Elec. Lt., Power & Heating Co. : lighting, 12 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, at $18 per 

m. , $216 ; 12 lamps at 50c. each 

Nanaimo Uas Co. : gas, 11 m. to Dec. 1, 2,700 ft, at $2.50 ; meter rent, $2.75 

Nanaimo Water Works Co. : water rates, 15 m. to June 30, 1901 

Nash, Alfred, painting and varnishing street letter boxes, 13 at $2 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co. : Nanaimo lump coal, 10 tons at $5, 6 at $4.50, 

18 at $3.75...., 

Extending gas pipes in C. H., $4.96 ; carting away ashes, $4.50 ; glass and glazing, $1.50. 
New Westminster Engineer's Office ($050.83)— 

Dupont, M. J., rent of office, 9 m. to March 31, 1901, at $58 per m 

Giiley Bros.: coal, lj ton at $8 ; wood, 2| cords at $4, 3 cords at $3.75 ; cutting wood, 

$9.75 

Kirk, H. T. : 1 coal heater, $10 ; repairs and hardware, $11.70 

New Westminster City : electric lighting, 13 m. to March 1, 1901, $18 48 ; meter rent, 
$3.25 ; fixtures in new office, $18 ; switches, 5 at $1, 1, $1.50 ; lamp, 13 at 50c, 6 at 

75c 

Weiler Brothers : cuspidors, 2 at $1.75, 6 at 90c 

New Westminster Public Building ($1,185.92)— 

Caretakers at $600 per a. : John McMurphy, 6 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, $300 ; J. D. McMurphy, 

6 m. to June 30, 1901, $300 

Booth, Frank, scavenger work : Nov. 1, 1899-June 30, 1900, Nov. 1900, Jan. 1-April 30, 

1901, 13 m. at $2 ; removing ashes, 75c 

Gifford, T., 1 8-day clock for post office 

Giiley Bros. : \ ton coal, $4 ; wood, 4 cords at $3 . 75 ; cutting same, $7 

Kirk, H. T.: relining 3 heaters, $11.60 ; sundry hardware, $5.20 

Mann & Smith, removing ashes, 4 m. to June 30, 1900, 9 m. to April 30, 1901 — 13 m. at 

$2 per m 

New Westminster City: electric lighting, 7 m. to Sept. 30, 1900, 4 m. to Feb. 28, 1901, 
$94.32; meter rent, $2.75; 1 lamp, 35c; water rates, 14 m. to May 31, 1901, at $2 

perm., $28 . .... 

Royal City Transfer Co. : wood and cutting, 17 cords at $4 

Shiles, B. W., cutting ventilator, repairing P.O. boxes, &c 

Wintemute Furniture Co. : 1 roll top desk, $70 ; 1 flat top desk, $35 ; typewriter desk, 
$25; 1 filing cabinet, $40; bookcases, 1 $30, 1 $20; 4 arm-chairs, $22; 1 revolving 

office chair, $15 ; sundry repairs and material, $29 .45 

•Vancouver Drill Hall ($12.03)— 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co. : 2 tons coal at $4 . 75 

The People's Fuel Co. , 1 load wood , 

Vancouver Examining Warehouse ($1,921.83) — 

B.C. Electric Ry. Co.: lighting, 8 m. to Feb. 22, 1901, $8.04 ; meter, $2 

Bruce, Alex.: putting up rooms, counters, desks, shelving, &c, carpenters, 48 '67 d. at 
$3.50; bricklayers, breaking out doorway, facing up jambs,, &c, 6 d. at $5 ; painter's 
work, 4 d. at $3.60; sundry plumbing, $65.98; writing gold letters and shading, 61 
at 36c; 1 pr. outside doors, $10; 3 doors, $7.50; D. D. fir, 635 sq, ft. at $27.50; 
335 -sq. ft. at $25 ; T. & G. fir, 1,480 sq. ft. at $20; 2^ galls, varnish, $7.50; steel 
beams, 286 lbs. at 4^c; 1 Yale night latch and 8 keys, $6; sundry hardware and 



lumber, $54.01 

Hinton Electric Co. : installing drop lights, 12 at $1 ; wiring 2 extra, 
Johnson & McPhail : 2 lanterns, $1.75 ; dusters, $1.75 



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247,418 22 



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Dominion Itu i hi i njis : Maintenance — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Vancouver Examining Warehouse— Con. 

Robertson Bros., rent of warehouse, 13 ni. to June 30, 1901, at $110 

Vancouver Gas Co.: gas, 10 m. to Mar. 1, 1901, S3. 70 ; meter, $2.50 

Vancouver Public Building ($5,004.65)— 

I • ^Caretaker, Atwell King, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

; ,^ Watchman, P. Powers, 4£ m. to J une 30 at $50 

t 1 1 Bailey Bros., 5 doz. rolls toilet paper 

^B.C. Electric Ry. Co. ($1,003.24)— 

Customs Dept., 714 Pender St.: light, Mar. 24, 1900-Feb. 22, 1901, 13,240 amp. hrs. 

at 1c, 60,480 at 4 C .; meter rent, $3 ; lamp, $1 ; less short paid, 10c 

Custom house, Grenville St.: light, Mar. 24-July 30, 1900, 260 amp. brs. at lc, 120 

at frj. ; meter, $1.25 

Post office: light, Mar. 24, 1900-Feb. 22, 1901, 3,130 amp. hrs. at / 5 c, 78,640 at jjc; 
• meter, 83 ; lamps, &c. , 82 . 70 

Bruce, Alex.: making combination stamping table and letter case, pigeon-holes, &c, 
• s i'»0.92; 1 case pigeon-holes, $23.78; unpacking and setting up 1 100-bag rack 
and table, $12. 65 ; 1 sorting table, $12; 4 wheels turned and fitted, $6; general 
repairs,— bricklayer, 5 d. at $5 ; stonecutter, 4^ d. at $5 ; tinsmith, repairing eaves- 
troughs, 18 d. at $4.50, 20 h. at 50c; masons, 356 d. at'$4.50, 12 h. at 50c; painter, 
3d. at $3.60; carpenters, 92 64 d. at $3.50; blacksmith and helper, 12 d. at $1 ; 
labourers, 3^ d. at $2.25; 1-in. D.D. cedar, 257 sq. ft. at 4c; fir, 737 sq. ft. at 2c ; 
rd. iron, 241 lbs. at 4^c; roll plate glass for skylights, 65 sq. ft. at 18c; 4 brackets, 
$8 ; solder, 22 lbs. at 30c; 2 office chairs, $5 ; cement, $4 ; sundries, $106.76 

Champion & White, removing ashes, <fcc, 5 m. to Sept. 30, 1900, at $3, omitting March, 
6 m. to April 30, 1901, at $7 

Currell, J. W., repairing P.O. boxes and drawers, &c 

Desrosiers, M.: 1 smoke-stack, 18 gauge galv. iron, and fitted in boiler, $31 ; extra fittings, 
S7 

Hach, Chas.: cedar cases for P.O., contract, 4 at $50 each ; 1 tilting chair, $7.50; 3 common 

chairs, $1.25 ; 1 oak screen, $4.50 ; 1 toilet set, $3.50 ; 1 washstand, $3.75 ; tin roller 

spring blinds, 3 at $8.25, 2 at $5.75, 1 at $3.50 ; 4 blinds, $4.50 ; cords, &c, $1.65 ; 

repairs to furniture, $8 . 65 

Hinton Electric Co. : wiring and installing lights, 36 at $2.60; installing for new drops, 
&c, $18 ; new service mains to place all P.O. lights on one meter, $18 ; gasoline fur- 
naces for melting sealing wax, 2 at $4.50 ; changing sockets, $7.20 ; sundry, $11 

Hudson's Bay Co. : 2 doz. brooms, $9 . 25 ; sundries, $4 . 40 

Johnson & McPhail : 1 platform scale, $20 ; sundries, $20.50 

Kellv, Robt., decorating building with electric light, shields and bunting 

Leek & Co., boiler fittings, $4.50; Macdonald, Marpole & Co., coal, 26 08 tons at $6.50. 

Mortimore, J. G.: making 1 bag rack, contract, $35 ; sundry plumbing, $37.35 

Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., lump coal, 34 11 tons at $4.75 

Vancouver Gas Co.: gas, 12 m. to March 1, 1901, 120,000 ft. at $2.50, 219,500 ft. at $2 ; 
meter, $3; less overpaid in Jan. ,50c ; puttingupfixtures and putting in 84 sunlight lamps 
with bye passes, &c, contract, $150 ; repairs to mantles and lights and 18 mantles 
renewed, 89 

Vancouver Waterworks : water rates, June and July, 1900, 2 m. at $7 ; Aug. 1-June 28, 
1901, 56,655 c ft. at 20c. per 100, 24,484 ft. at 18c; meter, $5.50; power for P.O. 
elevator, 4 m. to Feb. 27, 1901, 328 ft. at 30c, 2,332 ft. at 25c, 1,090 ft. at 22c, 920 
ft. at 18c ; meter, $6 . . 

Wooten, Thos. H.: wood, 2 cords at $2.75 ; cartage of bag racks, $2 



Victoria Appraiser's Office ($8.30) — 

Nicholles & Renouf , caretaker's supplies for elevators ... 

Victoria Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to Dec. 30, 1900, (500 ft. at $2 ; meter, $3 

Victoria Clerk of Works' Office ($60 25)— 

Victoria & Esquimalt Telephone Co. : rent of telephone, 8 m. to Dec. 31, 1901, at $4 per 
m. ; rent of extension bell as long as required, $5 

1 directory, $5 ; subscriptions to 2 daily newspapers, $13.25 ; 1 y. rent of P.O. drawer, $5 
Victoria District Officer Commanding ($43.40) — 

. Kingham & Co., coal supplied district officer, 2 tons at $6.40 

New Vancouver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 6 "44 tons at $4.75 ... , 

Victoria Drill Hall (8200.74)— 

Burt, Geo. , wood, 3 cords at 84 . 75 

Kingham & Co., coal, 14 773 tons at $6.40 

New Vancouver Coal Mining Co., coal, 12 ' 41 tons at 84 . 75 

Victoria City, sewer rental, 3 y. to May 31, 1900, at $13 per annum. . . 

Victoria Marine Hospital ($4) — 

Neal, Win., cleaning chimneys, 4 at $1 

Victoria Military Stores (8144.75)— 

Burt, George, wood, 13 cords at $4.75 ; Burt Bros., wood, 3 cords at 84.75 

Kingham & Co., coal, 4063 tons at $6.40 

New Vancxmver Coal Mining & Land Co., coal, 9 tons at 84 . 75 



Carried forward 254,326 51 



$ cts. 



247,418 22 


1,430 00 
6 20 


600 00 

225 00 

7 25 


499 18 


4 57 


499 49 



808 56 

57 00 
19 50 

38 00 



275 05 



156 80 
13 65 
40 50 

250 00 

174 00 
72 35 

162 03 



900 50 



193 72 
7 50 


4 10 
4 20 


37 00 
23 25 


12 80 
30 60 


14 25 
!U 54 
58 96 

39 00 


4 00 


76 00 
26 00 
42 75 



V-134 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Buildings : Maintenance— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Victoria Public Building ($6,603.20)— 

Caretaker, Wm. McKay, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 

Assistant caretaker, A. Johnson, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, at $1.50 per day . 

Fireman. John Milne, 7 m. to April 30, 1901, at $45 per m 

Elevator men, at $45 per m.: John McMillan, 12 m. to June 30, 1901, $540; Geo. Noot, 

Oct. 12-June 30, 1901, $389.03 - '. 

B.C. Cold Storage & Ice Works, ice, 3 m. to July 21 at $5 

B. C. Elec. Ry. Co. ($2,252.10)— 

Lighting, Mch. 1, 1900-Feb. 28, 1901 (no account for Sept., 1900), constant 4:501 M. 
watts at 20c, 2,794 at 12c. ; meter, $2.75 ; less $11.68 (no detail) 

Power for elevators, June 1, 1900-June 30, 1901 : 51,104 M. at la; meter, $5.05. . . . 

Installing meter ,. , 

Hansen, Peter, 6 months' scavenger work to .1 une 30, 1900 

Hinton Elec. Co. , electrical supplies and repairs 

Jardine, John : kalsomining walls and woodwork, shellacing and varnishing, 3 coats in 

all, painting ceilings and walls, 3 coats, room occupied by landing- waiter and locker, 

destroyed by fire Oct. 19 — painter, 112 h. at 40c. ; mixed paint, 5 galls, at $2 ; 3 Its 

glass, $7.20 ; sundry material, $7.55 

Kingham & Co., coal, 60-51 tons at $6.40 

McCrimmon, D. F.: 1 mantle, $18; sundry repairs to room destroyed by fire, $27.10 . . 

Macmillan, John, sundry carpenter work, 80 d. at $3.50, 13 d. at $3 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., coal, 42 tons at $4.75 

Nicholles & Renouf, hardware, $11.61 ; Ormond, O. B., 1 case toilet paper, $10 

Pacific Express, sundry expressage 

Speed Bros.: dustless floor oil, 10 galls, at $2.96 ; 70 lbs. English soft soap, $13.60 ; coal 

oil, 6 cans at $1.60 ; sundries, $24.95 

Taylor Mill Co.: cedar, 636 ft. at $40 per M ; moulding, $18.47; sundry lumber, &c 

$45.74 ; cartage, $6.95 

Victoria City, sewer rental, 3 yrs. to May 31, 1900, at $15 per annum 

Victoria Netva Co., 1 box toilet paper , 

Victoria Water Works : water supply, 13 m. to June 1, 1901, 242,900 imp. galls, at 20c; 

meter rent, $26 . . 

Waites, J., repairing P. O. boxes, changing and repairing locks, &c 

Weiler Bros.: wickets and brass shelves for counter screen, 5 at $5.94 ; brass grille, 81 ft. 

at $2.30 ; brass grille fitted with door and lock for cashier's box, 90 ft. at $1 ; cedar, 

200 ft. at $4 ; labour, making and putting up screen and alterations to counter, 242| 

hrs. at 40c; 1 filter, $8; sundries, $6.50; shipping, drayage and wharfage, &c, $9.50 

Wilson, A. & W.: 1 marble bowl, $15.50 ; sundry fittings and plumbing, $23.80 

2 cords cut and split wood, $9.50 ; 1 new governor rope, $4 ; repairing clocks, $3 



cts. 



Victoria Old Custom House ($1,908.06)— 

Caretaker, Geo. Lyall, May 8, 1900-June 30, 1901, at $50 per m 

B. C. Elec. Co.: lighting, 7 m. to Feb. 26, 1901, $15.27 ; meter, $1.75 

Burt, Geo., firewood, 1 cord $4.75, 1 cord $4.50. . . 

Colbert, John : fitting up closet and furnishing 4-in. soil pipe, &c, contract, $152.65; 

plumbing in janitor's apartments, contract, $78.35 , 

Hansen, Peter, 6 months' scavenger work to June 30, 1900 

Hinton, Geo. C. Co.: wiring and installing electric lights, 11 at $2 ; city inspection 

charges, $1 

Jardine, John : painting, papering and kalsomining walls and ceiling, contract, $236 ; 

painting attic floor, &c, $55 ; sundry painting and paint, $15.75 

Kingham & Co., coal, 10*14 tons at $6.40; Lovitt, W. E., & C, painting roof, contract, 

$50 

Macmillan, J., repairing door, $1.50 ; New Vancouver Co., coal, 15 tons at $4.75 

Nicholles & Renouf : | doz. locks, $6 ; sundry hardware, $13.95 

Sellick, Robt.: plastering 3 rooms, contract, $67 ; sundry plaster repairs, &c, $44.32. . . . 
Somers, Isaac : repairing roof and rooms damaged by tire, joiner, 10 d. at $3.50 ; carpen- 
ter, 4 d. at $3 

Taylor Mill Co. : sundry lumber, $85.37 ; cartage, $3.50 

Victoria Fireman's Benevolent Fund : for services during fire of Aug. 5, 1900, O.C., Oct. 

16,1901 

Victoria Gas Co. : gas, 12 m. to Dec. 30, 1901, 3,700 c ft. at $2 ; meter rent, $3 

Victoria Water Works : water supply, 12 m. to June 1, 1901, $13.50 ; meter rent, $3 

Walker, Wm. T., carpenter work, fitting up rooms for caretaker, 16 d. at $3 

Wilson, A. & W. : repairing roof, 64 sheets roofing at 25c ; labour, &c, 26 h. at 50c ; 

sundry material and cartage, $8.35 ; repairing water pipes, $3.50 

Victoria Old Post Office ($1,500.90)— 

B. C. Paving and Roofing Co. : preparing for and laying cement floor, contract, $182 : 

repairs to walls, &c , $18 " 

Catterall, Thos. : building coal shed, reconstructing fence, &c, contract 

Colbert, John : fitting closets, carpenter work, &c, contract, $870.50 ; sundry plumbing, 

$135.89 



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4,326 51 


600 00 
547 50 
315 00 


929 03 
15 00 


1,733 01 

516 09 

3 00 

24 00 

22 25 


69 55 

387 26 

45 10 

319 00 

199 50 

21 61 

15 30 


77 75 


96 60 
45 00 
10 50 


74 55 
45 80 


435 00 
39 30 
16 50 


688 52 

17 02 

9 25 


231 00 
12 00 



23 00 
306 75 



114 88 
72 75 
19 95 

111 32 


47 00 

88 87 


50 00 
10 40 
16 50 

48 00 



40 85 



200 00 
113 50 

1,006 39 



264,157 66 



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V-135 



nonunion Building* : Maintenance— Continued. 



Brought forward , 



"Victoria Old Custom House— Continued. 

Jardine, John, painting exterior of closets, rear of post office to the height of 10 ft., and 
putting 1 coat paint on iron work, contract , . , 

Macmillan, John : repairing doors, locks, &c, joiner, 3 d. at $3.50 ; carpenter, 3 d. at $3 

Victoria City, sewer rental, 3 yrs. to May 31, 1900, at $7 

Victoria Water Works : water supply, 12 in. to June 1, 1001, 4(58,740 imp. galls, at 20c. ; 
meter, $0 

Wilson, A. & W. : 1 stove, $7 ; supplying and fitting pipe, &c, $7.81 

Victoria Savings Bank ($9.00)— 

Macmillan, John, carpenter repairs, 2 d. at $3 

Walsh Bros. : hauling safe to savings bank, $3 ; freight, &c\, GOc 

Williams Head Quarantine Station ($1,150.70)-- 

Central Coal and Wood Yard, cut wood, S)h cords at $4 

Goetel, W., oak wood, 18 cords at $4 ; Kingham & Co., coal, 121 '52 tons at $5.25 

New Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co., protection coal, 92'4 tons at $4 25 

Victoria and Esquimalt Telephone Co., rent of telephone, May and June at $5 per m 

British Columbia Public Buildings Generally ($213.92)— 

Henderson, Win., Victoria, clerk of works, travel and outlay, July l-\ov. 12, 1900, and 
Dec. 1, 1900- April 20, 1901 

Jones, A. M., 12 copies 6 folios forms of tender for coal supplies 

Public Buildings Generally ($734.50) — 

Anderson Bros. Co., Stempel fire extinguishers, with chemicals, 28 at $15 each 

Gingras, L. P. : French disinfecting fluid, 2 qts. at $20 ; 1 gross Klondyke metal polish, 
$30 ; 1 gross window cleaner, $20 

Stevenson Boiler and Engine Works, Stempel fire extinguishers, 17 at $12.50 each 

Ottawa Experimental Farm ($1,140.42)— 

Detailed under Ottawa Buildings : Heating , . . . .(Page V — 96) 

Lighting ( „ V— 97) 

Departmental expenses at Ottawa ($2,151.88)— 

Expressage : Canadian, $14.95 ; Dominion, $24.75 

Freight : Can. Atlantic Ry., $15.72 ; C. P. By., $2 

Telegrams : C. P. Ry., $29.47 ; G. N. W., $26.23 

King's Printer's account, $24.60 ; stationery, $42.06 ; advertising, $1,931.80 

Travel of Ottawa officials, Alfred Dostaler 

Salaries of engineers, caretakers (June, 1900) detailed at page V — 154 

Total maintenance of Dominion Buildings 



Charged as follows : — 

Rents Public Buildings . (Page 

Furniture, Dominion Buildings ... ( n 

Engineers, caretakers, firemen, &c, salaries ( t. 

supplies. , . . . ( it 



Heating, Dominion Buildings 
Lighting m 

Water ., 

Power for running elevators, 
Renewals and heavy repairs : 



&c 

Maritime Provinces . 

Quebec. ... 

ii Ontario 

ii Manitoba 

., N.W. Territories.... 

ii British Columbia. . . 

Halifax Post Office, Custom House, Renewals, &c. 
(1901-2) — Salaries of engineers, &c. June, 1901 



V— 
V— 
V- 
V— 
V— 
V— 
V— 
V— 
V- 
V— 
V- 
V— 
V— 
V— 
V- 



100) 

4) 

4) 

4) 

4) 

4) 

4) 

85) 

67) 

73) 

79) 

80) 

83) 

84) 

63) 



Total of summary, agreeing with total of details as above. 



Decorations in Mourning for Queen Victoria. 

Amherst, N.S., Public Building— 

Calder & Co., $18.00, MaeSwean & Co. $23.70 

Antigonish Public Building — 

A. Kirk & Co. $24.71, W. J. Shannon $57.90, sundry, $50.84 

Arichat Public Building — 

Geo. T. Andrew $16.70, Geo. Spry $5 

Baddeck Public Building — 

McKay, McAskill & Co.: crape and cashmere, 103 yds. at 40c; sundry, $8.90 
Dartmouth Public Building — 

Bowes, E. M.: draping, 10 d. at $2.50 ; sundry $2 

Silvir, W. & C, black bunting, 254| yds. at lHc 

Carried forward 



cts. 



264,157 66 



26 oo 
19 50 
21 00 

9!) 70 
14 SI 

6 00 
3 60 

38 00 
710 00 
392 70 

10 00 



210 02 
3 90 

420 00 

102 00 
212 50 

1,043 57 
102 85 

39 70 

17 72 

55 70 

1,998 46 

40 30 
2,571 72 



272,317 41 



10,633 75 

6,084 76 

80,446 92 

5,228 87 

51,844 62 

49,860 06 

14,827 39 

4,334 43 

11,168 81 

11,931 19 

8,836 63 

2,458 61 

1,639 41 

6,114 83 

149 00 

6,758 13 



272,317 41 



42 30 

133 45 

21 70 

49 50 



27 00 
29 27 



303 22 



V-136 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Decorations in Mourning for Queen Victoria — Continued. 



Brought forward 



, at 23c; men, 10 d. at $2.50 ; sundry, $5.20 
at 23c.; men, 61 d. at $2.50 ; sundry $15.25 



Halifax, Customs Dept. — 

Silvir, W. & C, repg. flags 

Halifax, Appraiser's Office — 

Reardon, Frank : black cloth, 150 yd 
Halifax Armouries — 

Reardon, Frank : black cloth, 316 yds 
Halifax, General Post Office— 

Reardon, Frank : black cloth, 1,050 yds. at 23c; men, 152| d. at $2.50; making 50 Mai 

tese crosses, $20 ; sundry, $25.19 • 

Kentville Public Building — 

Sealy, James : black goods, 175 yds. at 40c; asstg. janitor, $5 

Liverpool Public Building — 

Wetmore & Sons : black goods, $54.82 ; 20 tassels, $3 ; labour, nails, &c, $15 37 

Lunenburg Public Building — 

McLachlan, J. J.: black cashmere, 159 yds., $47.13; serge, 81yds. at 35c; sundry, $24.52 
New Glasgow Public Building — 

Stiles, W. H., material and drapery 
North Sydney Public Building — 

Bedwin «fe Clark : cashmere, 252i yds., $57.18 ; sundry, $1.90 ; draping, $23 ; taking 

down, $5 

Pictou Custom House — 

Grant, J. S. : crape cloth, 52 yds. black for $27.98, 24g purple for $12.17 ; sundry, $8.59 
Pictou Post Office — 

Grant, J. S. : crape cloth, 52 yds. black for $27.98, 24J purple for $12.17 ; sundry, $10.94 
Sydney Public Building — 

O'Callaghan & Mackenzie, $32.40 ; sundry, $30.74 

Truro Public Building — 

Dexter & Co. : design, $5; dbl. width black, 70 yds. at 50c; 17 rosettes, $17; rent of 

picture, $2 ; sundry, $16 

Windsor, N.S., Public Building— 

Blanchard & Co., cashmere, 39^ yds. at 47^c, 65| at 28gC 

Elliott, J. W., cashmere, 39 yds. at 30c 

Gilbert, G. D. : cashmere, 91 yds. at 30c ; cloth, $1.30 

Rafuse, E., designing and draping 

Yarmouth Public Building — 

Cooke & Stoneman : melton, 159^ yds. at 25c; serge, 132| yds. at 30c; sundry, $9.04. 

Dennis, J. Alex., designing and draping, 5 d. at $3 

Labour, $4.25 ; 2 copper balls, $3.10 ; sundry, $5.34 

Charlottetown Dominion Building- 
Kennedy & Co. : 5 yds. ensign, $15 ; P.E.I. Elec Co., removing drapery, $16.20. . . . 

Prowse & Co. : serge, 335 yds. at 40c; cashmere, 490 yds. at 30c; merino, 190 yds. at 
20c; men, 150 h. at 40c, 30 at 30c, 120 at 20c; sundry, $21.97 ; less, material taken 

back, $83.97.. . 

Montague Public Building — 

D. G. Cameron $6.75, H. A. Ellis $10, G. Wight-man $31.77 

Summerside — 

Bowness, R. S., 3 portraits of Queen, $7.50 ; Mech. Mfg. Co., labour, &c, $14.14 

McGougan & Wright : cashmere, 102 yds. at 35c; sundry, $17.16 

Bathurst Public Building — 

Melanson, Sam']., decorating building as by contract „ . . . 

Chatham, N.B., Public Building- 
Burr & Co. : 190| yds. black goods, $60.34 ; sundry, $16.27 

Harsh, J., labour, $2 ; Loggie Co., 114^ yds. black goods, $29.11 

Dalhousie Public Building— 

P. A. Allen $6, R. Y. Blackhall $34.58, A. Chisholm $23.73 

Fredericton Public Building — 

Edgecombe, F. B., draping : post office, $90 ; inland revenue, $60 

Moncton Public Building — 

McSweeny, P. E., (Ltd.) decorating as by agreement 

Newcastle, N.B., Public Building- 
Ryan, F. D. : material, 335 yds. at 22c; staging and labour, $31. 

Sussex Public Building — 

Wallace Bros. : black goods, 210 yds. at 18c; sundry, $11.20; draping, replacing after 

storm, taking down, 10 d. at $2 

St. Andrews Custom House — 

Odell Bros., draping , , 

St. John Dominion Buildings ($840.06)— 

Adams, A. W., fort jacks : 4^ yds., $9 ; 5 yds., $10 

Dunlop, Sam'l., jr. : work on flag pole, 2 d. at $3.50, 3 at $2.50 ; sundry, $3.75 

Flood, C. & Sons : pictures of Queen, and framing, 3 at $10 ; 11 doz. chrysanthemums, 
$12 

Gilmour, E., making rosettes, 36 at 15c 



Carried forward. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-137 



Decorations in Mourning for Cl«i««» Fletorta — Continued. 



Brought forward 

St. John Dominion Building — Con. 

Leah, John H. : loan of Royal Anns, §5 ; cartage, 50c. ; work, 4 d. at S3. 50 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison: cashmere, 2,002^! yds at 10^c; melton, 314^ yds. at 
142c, 79 at 15c, 90 at 26c. ; sundry, 18.83 " 

Macauley, Bros. & Co. : cambric, 949i yds. at 7c; cashmere, 201 yds. at 16c ; muslin, 
200 yds. at 10c; sundry, $29.62. .". ." 

Hardware, $11.41 ; horse-hire, $8 ; sundry, 82.26 

Labour, 94 d. at $3, ISh at $2.50, 28 at $2, 18 at $1.50, 3 at $1 

St. Stephen, ^.B., Public Building- 
Cameron & McTavish : black serge, 145 yds. at 25c, ; sundry, $15.22 

Lederquest, J. R. , draping and removing 

Woodstock, N.B., Public Building — 

Henderson, A.: sateen, 65$ yds. at 30c; 60-in. black cloth, 12 yds. at $1.50 ; sundry, $38.07. 
Aylmer, Que., Public Building — 

Bryson, Graham & Co. : cashmere, 21H yds. at 25c ; draping, $13 

Eerthierville Public Building — 

Tranchemontagne, Ls., decorating and draping ... 

Coaticook Public Building— 

Foy & Nunns : black goods, 1594 yds. at 25c ; sundry, $25.72 

Wilson, L. B., draping, taking down and folding 

Dundee Custom House — 

W. F. Morris, $lo ; J. Tyo & Co., $16 

Farnham Public Building- 
Lord & Desnoyers : black goods, 147^ yds. at 35c ; sundry, $3.30 

Morisseau, J. A., draping building 

Hull Public Building— 

Caron et frere : batiste, 324 yds. at 7c ; serge, 54^ yds. at 25c ; sundry, $2.00 

Flagpole, $1.50 ; picture frame, $2 ; sundry, $5.90... .' 

Joliette Post Office — 

Dostaler, D. A. : black goods, 286^ yds., $62.22 ; sundry, $18.25 

Lachine Public Building — 

Robert, H, & Co. ; serge, 170 yds. at 50c ; sundry, $5 ; labour, $10 

Laprairie Public Building — 

Michaud, J. E. : black goods, 198 yds. at 35c ; sundry, $10.09 ; labour, $20 

Montmagny Public Building— 

Lislois, J. C. : black cashmere, 60 yds. at 40c ; sundry, $25.85 

Montreal Public Buildings ($1,407.24)— 

Hamilton, H. & N. E. : cashmere, 1,028^ yds. at 32£c, 531£ at 30c ; black goods, 1(58 yds. 
at 65c, 84£ at 75c ; mourning badges, 300 at 10c ; decorator, 4 d. at $5 ; sundry, 
$29.66 

Lamarche, Jos., decorating post office and custom-house 

Marchand & Co. : 12-ft. circle, $8 ; 9 shields, $13.50 ; sundry, $6.60 

Query freres, 11 x 14 photos of Post Office, 12 at $1 .50 

Scroggie, W. H. : nuns' veiling, 617 yds. at 30c ; black goods, 500| yds. at 30c ; lustre, 
100 yds. at 30c ; sundry, $63 .95 

Sonne Awning Co., 6-yd. Dominion flags, 2 at $19.50 

Walker Hardware Co. : 6 hammers, $4 ; 3 shears, $3.75 ; sundry, $12.58 

Labourers, draping, watching and taking down, 54 d. at $1.75 

Travel of Ottawa officials : F. Breton, $32.20 ; J. S. J. Routhier, $28.15 

Quebec Public Buildings ($968 . 60)— 

Cote, P. J. : cashmere, 275 yds. at 22c ; sateen, 11 yds. at 16c 

Faguy, Lepinay et frere, crape, 513£ yds. at 25c ; Pecard, J. P., sundry, $2.12 

Gauthier, I., et frere : nightwatchman, 40 n. at $1.50 ; workmen, 85£ d. at $1.50 ; cart- 
ing, 16 loads at 50c ; sundry, $3.45 ; black goods, 1,505.V vds. at 30c ; crape, 500 yds. 

at 25c 

Richmond Public Building — 

Desmarais Bros., draping building as by contract 

Rimouski Public Building — 

Lepage, H. G. : black cashmere, 651 yds. at 25c, 88i at 40c. ; sundry, $29.75 

, Draping and taking down, $5.25 ; climbing flagpole, ~$1 

Riviere du Loup Public Building — 

Frenette, S. J., draping building. 

Sherbrooke Public Building — 

Bailey, L. A.: nuns' veiling, 37 yds. at 30c; sundry, $15.46 

Belanger, T. : cashmere, 180 yds. at 25c ; sateen, 130 yds. at 15c ; ribbon, 50c 

Montmigny, J . A., putting up and replacing draperies, 

Sorel Public Building— 

Finlay.'D. & Son : black bunting, 150 yds. at 30c; black ribbon, 30 yds. at 15c, 5 at 10c 

Lussier, A. & Cie. : cashmere, 207i yds. at 25c ; ribbon, 40h yds. at 15c. 

St. Henri Public Building- 
Boucher & Lemieux : cashmere, 161J yds. at 25c; flags, 2 at $15 ; sundry, $4.62 

Glass, $5 ; 6 signs, $1.30 ; 5 crowns, "S3 ; draping and taking down, $15 

Carried forward 



$ cts 


3,444 40 


15 50 


422 48 


148 25 

21 67 
147 51 


51 47 
29 00 


75 77 


05 88 


50 00 


65 60 
14 00 


26 00 


54 92 
5 00 


38 91 
9 40 


80 47 


100 00 


100 00 


49 85 


745 77 
32 10 
28 10 
18 00 


429 09 
39 00 
20 33 
94 5(1 
60 35 


62 26 
130 44 


775 90 


100 00 


81 59 
6 25 


100 00 


26 56 
65 00 
15 00 


50 00 
57 90 


75 00 
24 30 



8,053 52 



V-138 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWVRD VII., A. 1902 



Decorations in Mourning for Queen Victoria — Continued. 



Brought forward 



50 at 



St. Hyacinthe Public Building— 

Beaunoyer, IT., draping building , , ... 

St. Jerdme Public Building — 

F. Leveille, $31.68 ; J. M. Richard & Cie, $45.14 ; sundry, $23.18 

St. Johns, P.Q., Public Building— 

Langlois, D. H. & Cie : cashmere, 162 yds. at 40c; labour, $18; sundry, $17.20 ... 
Three Rivers Public Building ($181.25)— 

Drolet, Lassonde & Cie : silkaline, 376| yds. at II5C ; cashmere, 216^ yds. at 12c 

9Jc, 121^ at 18^c. ; sundry, $13.05 . . 

Hebert, C. D., outlay for draping and taking down 

Labour, $21.33 ; lumber, $16,80 ; hardware, $6.99 ; sundry, 55c 

Almonte Public Building — 

Scott, Adam : black goods, 3044 yds. at 17£c; sundry, $4.10; work, 75| h. at 30c 

Amherstburg Public Building — 

E. Berube, $24.11 ; J. D. Burk, $32.92 ; sundry, $28.95 

Arnprior Public Building — 

Tierney, Bros., draping building 

Barrie Public Building — 

W. A. Car, $19.65 ; J. C. Irwin, $17.73 ; Vair & Co., $33.50 ; sundry, $28.14 

Belleville Public Buil ding — 

Ritchie, G. & Co,, draping building 

Berlin Public Building — 

Clemens, J. A. & Co.: draping, 400 yds. at 15c; photo, &c, $1 ; labour, $14 

Brampton Public Building — 

Harvey & Crawford, draping and taking down 

Robinson & Stork : double fold dress goods, 168§ yds. at 25;?.; sundry, $10.22 

Brantford Public Building — 

Banks, John, helping caretaker, 4 d. at $1.50 

Duncan, Chas., draping building 

Park & Co., framed pictures of Queen, 4 at $2.25 

Brockville Public Building- 
Lewis & Patterson : black crape cloth, 95| yds. at 55c, 85 at 50c; labour, $5 

Carleton Place Public Building — 

Baird & Riddell, materials and labour . . 

Cayuga Public Building — 

Foster, D. P. : black goods, $16.75 ; sundry, $18.56. 

Chatham, Ont., Public Building — 

Stone, T. & Son, material and decorating , 

Cobourg Public Building — 

Fetherston, John : men, 123 hrs. at 20c; sundry, $4.15 

Field & Bro.: crape cloth, 211^ yds. at 20c; serge, 107 yds. at 25c; pins, 10c 

Cornwall Public Building — 

Akin & Co., sateen ; 143 yds. at 15^c; Dulin & Tallon, sateen, 67 yds., $10 

McNeil, P., 4 men draping, $15 ; O'Callaghan, E., satin 70^ yds. at 15c 

Snetsinger, J. E. & Co.: sateen, 280 yds. at 15c; sundry, 55c , 

Dundas Public Building — 

Grafton & Co.: material, 150 yds. at 12^c; 45 tassels, $11 ; labour, $15 ; sundry, $5.25. . 
Gait Public Building — 

Anderson & Son, 2 men draping, 20 hrs. at 40c 

Wilkinson, \V. W. & Co. : black goods, 328 yds. at 25c ; sundry, $7 

Gananoque Public Buildings — 

Edwards, Wrn., material and work 

E. L. Brittain, $11.10 ; Empire Co., $20.27 ; Gananoque Dept. store, $18.97 ; Robinson 

& Wright, $24.62 , 

Goderich Public Building — 

Smith Bros. & Co. : wool material, 325 yds. at 20c ; sundry, $35 

Guelph Public Building — 

Macdonald, D. E. & Bro.: dress goods, 247| yds. at 25c; foulard, 130 yds. at 7c; drap 

ing and taking down, $29 , 

Hamilton Public Buildings — 

Watkins, Thos. C: lining, 2,213 yds. at 6c; sundry, $1.52; draping post office, $45.50 

taking down, $6.60 ... , 

Ingersoll Public Building — 

Mclntyre, Jas., draping building , 

Kingston Public Building — 

Ellis, Arthur, services as architect (voucher outstanding) . 

Mills, Geo., jr.: material, 846 yds. at 20c, 350^ yds. at lie; rosettes, 60 at 25c; framed 

and trimmed picture of Queen, $7.50 ; sundry, $6.50 ; men, 491 hrs at 30c 

Lindsay Public Building- 
Allan, R. B. & Co., draping building 

Listowell Public Buildings — 

Carson & McKee, $25 ; J. M. Schinbein, $12.24 ; sundry, $28.65 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 


053 52 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


108 58 
27 00 
45 67 


80 00 


85 98 


75 00 


99 02 


100 00 


75 00 


20 00 
52 44 


6 00 

85 00 

9 00 


100 00 


65 65 


35 31 


100 00 


28 75 
69 15 


31 93 

25 55 
42 55 


50 00 


8 00 
89 00 


75 00 


74 96 


100 00 



100 00 



186 40 


100 00 


40 80 


• 384 06 


75 00 


65 89 


11,070 21 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-139 



Decorations in mourning lor Queen Victoria Continual. 

Brought forward 



London, Ont., Public Buildings ($500.05)— 

Hunt, E. N., 4 frames and picture of Queen at $2.25 

Jeffery, Win., draping customs : lumber, screws, &c, $10.35; labour, $96.75 

Screaton &Co.: black cashmere, 364 yds. at 30c; black crape, 39 yds. at$1 : sundry, $64.11 

Struthers, R. C. & Co.: cashmere, 381.^ yds. at 22Jc.; sundry, $15.80 

Tytler, Wm., decorating post office : lumber, tacks, <fcc, $8.50 ; time, 20^ d. at $3 

Napanee Public Building — 

Lahey & Co., draping building 

Niagara Falls Public Building- 
Cole & McMurray : black cotton goods, 593^ yds. at 25c; sundry, $13.03 ; labour, $18. . 
Orangeville Public Building — 

Marshall, Greene & Co.: material, 00 yds. at 25c, 41£ at 40c; sundry, $1.07 ; time, $8.93 
Orilla Public Building — 

Perry & Alport : black goods, 178 yds. at 32c ; sundry, $18.04 

Ottawa Public Buildings ($2,362. 80)— 

Ai ial. Nap., extension ladder, 40 ft. at 25c . 

Belanger, S., car tickets, 3 doz. at 50c 

Blyth, Geo. K., & Son, black goods, 1,014| yds. at 25c 

Brvson, Graham & Co., cashmere, 1,119$ yds. at 25c 

Charleson, W. G. : sash cord, 20 lbs. at 40c ; hardware, $9 .35 

Delfosse & Co., 2 crowns, $1.53 ; Graves Bros., tack hammer, 65c 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Co., for post office : men, 14J d. at $3.50; helper, 46 h. at 
30c; sundry, $12.25 

Lindsay, T., & Co., black cashmere, 1,029 yds. at 25c 

Ross, C-, Co.: purple cashmere, 12l£ yds. at 55c; black cashmere, 153 yds. at 30c; gird- 
les, 6 at $3.45 ; henrietta, 859^ yds. at 25c, 202§ at 20c; sundry, $55.98 

Storey, D.: lumber, $80.81 ; cartage, $2.50 

St. Laurent, Alfred : cashmere, 505 yds. at 25c ; serge, 495 yds. at 25c 

Woods, Jas. W., Dominion flags, 4 of 12-ft. at $12.50, 12 of 15-ft. at $16.50, 2 of 18-ft. 
at $20.20 

Pay-lists of workmen decorating building 

Pembroke Public Building — 

Harding & Mapole, draping and taking down 

Peterboro' Public Buildings — 

Hall, Rd., & Son, draping post office 

Kingscote, Alfred, draping custom-house.. 

Petrolea Public Building — 

Dempsey & Co. $21.10, Endress & Co. $5, R. S. Ford $25.10, Stirrett & Co. $19.88 

Port Arthur Public Building — 

Matthews, J. L., & Co., draping building 

Port Colbome Public Building — 

Twohey, R. L.: black goods, 497£ yds. at 10c; sundry, $5.73 ; designing, drawing plans 

and decorating, $21 .25 ; help, $12.75 ; taking down, $10.55 

Port Dalhousie Custom-house — 

MeNally, A. & M.: draping, $21 .21 ; labour, $3 

Port Hope Public Building- 
George, A.: goods, 128 yds. at 35c, 120 at 25c, 115 at 10c; sundry, $13.75 

Turner, J. J. , & Sons, bunting for repairs to flag 

Prescott Public Building — 

Rankin, Hugh : draping, 70£ yds. at 8c, 131g at 10c, 140 at 18c; sundry, $7.30; time, 

$41.20; taking down, $7.50 

Rat Portage Public Building — 

Scott & Hudson Co.: crape, 2\h yds. at $1.25 ; cloth, 89i yds. at 35c; sundry, $16.90. . . 
Smith's Falls Public Building— 

Moag & Gilroy ; 271^ yds. black wool dress goods, $74.28 ; sundry, $13.75 ; less 38 yds. 

goods returned, $13 .25 

Stratford Public Building- 
Ferguson & Co., $30.09 ; sundry, $12.50 

Strathroy Public Building — 

; Mihell, Gill & Co.: materials, $73. G8 ; labour, $6 

St. Catharines Public Building — 

McLaren & Co. : sateen, 245^ yds. at 15c ; cambric, 445i yds. at 10c ; sundry, 81c.; 

time, $19.75 , less $1 .91 *. . . . . 

St. Thomas, Ont., Public Building— 

Bevett, W. R., 4 pictures of Queen 

Mickleborough, J. : goods, 189^ yds. at 25c, 42 at 60c; sundry, $20.35 ; less, $1.92 

Toronto, Assistant Receiver General's Office — 

Kay, Son & Co. : black goods, 673 yds. at 25c ; sundry, $14 ; time, $96 

Toronto Custom House - 

Eaton, T. Co. : 7^ x 15 ft. Canadian ensign 

Murray, W. A. & Co. : black and purple draping, 1,735 yds. at 25c ; 2 flags, $85 : \ 
rosettes, $10 ; sundry, $30 ; men, $210 ; removing decorations, $48 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



11,070 21 



00 
113 10 
212 31 
101 64 

70 00 

100 00 

180 00 

50 00 

75 00 

10 00 

1 50 
253 69 
279 88 

17 35 

2 18 

76 80 
257 25 

444 68 

83 31 

250 00 

288 40 
397 76 

100 00 

100 00 
100 00 

71 08 
100 00 



100 00 
24 21 



100 00 
56 



100 00 
75 09 

74 78 
42 59 
79 68 

100 00 

9 00 
91 00 

278 25 

11 00 

766 75 

L6,668 <»:, 



V-140 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Decorations in Mourning for Queen Victoria — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Tox-onto Examining Warehouse — 

Kay, Son & Co. : black goods, 348 yds. at 25c. ; sundry, $7.50 ; men, $20.40 . . ... 
Toronto Post Office — 

Eaton, T. Co. : cashmere, 1,250 yds. at 25c. ; Queen, $35 ; woodwork, $14 ; flags, 2 at 
$3; men, $70.40 

Kay, Son & Co. : black goods, 80 yds. at 25c. ; sundry, $6.90 

Trenton Public Building — 

Bigelow & McCaw, $42.91 ; Phillips & Co., $31 .31 

Walkerton Public Building — 

T. E. Attwood, $15 ; J. W. Bundy, $41.61 ; Seli, Black & Co., $6.25 

Windsor, Ont., Public Buildings— 

Bartlet & Macdonald : black bunting, 1,974^ yds. at 7c, 160 double at 10c. ; men, $54.50 ; 

sundry, $43.86 ; removing, $20. 

Brandon (Man.) Public Building — 

Fraser & Ross : farmers' satin, 108 yds. double at 70c. ; sundry, $22.53 

Portrait, $4 ; panel, $4 ; help to caretaker, $8 ; sundry, $9 . 85 

Portage la Prairie Public Building — 

Brown, J. & E. : 330i yds. cloth, $84.55 ; 2 pictures, 45c. ; men, $15 

Winnipeg Public Buildings ($401 . 68)— 

Alston, Rd., evergreens : crown and wreath, $4 ; anchor and chain, $10 

Brown & Rutherford : putting up and taking down drapery, 335 h. at 35c. ; lumber, 
tacks, &c„ $9.57: 

Carsley & Co. : sateen, 1,484^ yds. at 15c. ; sundry, $30.48 

Scantlebury Co., fiaming, 70c. ; Steele & Co., six 8 x 10 photos, decotated, $7. . . . .... 

Calgary Court House — 

S. Bartholomew, $12 ; Robinson & Co., $60 ; R. C. Thomas, $1 .50 

Calgary Post Office — 

Glanville & Robertson, $44.65 ; J. C. McNeil, $5 ; Robinson & Co., $25.35 

Edmonton Public Building — 

Gray, Frank M. : cashmere, 84 yds. at 20c. ; 20 yds. purple at 40c. ; sundry, $14 

Lethbridge Public Buildings — 

Sherlock & Higinbotham : materials, $59.50 ; sundry, $6.50 ; men, $34 

Macleod Custom House — 

Barker & Gardiner : black cloth, 87 yds. at 50c. ; sundry, $6 . 50 

Medicine Hat Court House— 

L. B. Cochrane, $53.15 ; W. H. Tom, $10 

Moose Jaw Court House — 

Macleod & Co., draping building 

Moosomin Court House — 

Fleming, A. R. : materials, $67 .36 ; labour, $16.52 

Prince Albert Court House and Jail — 

J. B. Kernaghan, $1.55; J. D. McLeod, $25; Russell & Bra, $54.45; Stewart Bros., $19 
Prince Albert Land and Registry Offices — 

Wm. Knox, $4.35; Russell & Bro., $18.10 ; Stewart Bros., $27 50 

Regina Public Buildings — 

Williams, R. H. & Son : black dress goods, 238 yds. at 50c, 98 at 30c, 20A at 20c ; sun- 
dry, $10. 

■Strathcona Immigration Office — 

Bennett, Thos. : black goods, 25 yds. at 20c'; sundry, $6.10 

Wolseley Public Building — 

Dill & Hill Co. : sateen, 218£ yds. at 16c ; sundry, $17.78 

Kamloops Public Buildings — 

Mackay, Robt; : cashmere, 107^ yds. at 35c ; sundry, $26.55 

Nanaiino Public Building — 

Foster, N. G. : black, 21U yds. at 9|c ; sundry, $20.04 

New Westminster Public Building — 

Bourque & Desrivieres : cashmere, 390 yds. at 35c ; sundry, |2.50 ; labour, 6 d. at $4 ; 

taking down, $12 ... 

Vancouver Drill Hall — 

Viau & Lachance, draping towers and entrance : cloth, 98 yds. at 25c ; putting up and 

taking down, 9 d. at $4 

Vancouver Post Office — 

Bruce, Alex. : sateen, 490 yds. at 17c ; time, 16 d. at $4 ; sundry, $1.70 ; picture, $7 ; 

taking down, $7 

Victoria Public Buildings — 

Fleming Bros., photographing building and supplying 3 copies 

Hanna, W. J. : material, 156 yds. at 40c, 360 at 30c, 500 at 25c, 300 at 10c ; sundry 

$7.60 ( ; time, $160 

General Expenses — 

Telegrams : C.P.R. Co. $252.08, G.N. W. Co. $142.91 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



$ cts. 
16,668 05 

114 90 

437 90 
26 90 

74 22 

62 86 

272 56 



98 13 
25 85 


100 00 


14 00 


126 82 
253 16 

7 70 


73 50 


75 00 


38 80 


100 00 


50 00 


63 15 


75 00 


83 88 


100 00 


49 95 


162 50 


11 10 


52 74 


64 18 


39 55 



175 00 



60 50 



163 00 


3 00 


493 00 


394 99 


20,611 89 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-141 



Dominion Immigration Buildings : Repair*. 

Halifax (91,394.43)- 



Buskins, Le Monte : sweeping chimney flues 

Cullen, G. M. & Co. : paint, 141 lbs. at 14c. ; 3i galls, oil, §3.35 ; whitening, 275 lbs. at 3c 

wall paper, §8.48 ; labour, 38 d. at $2.50 ; sundries, $8.55 

Fuller, H. H. : store door lock, 2 keys 

Griffin, John L. : electrical supplies, $14.91 ; labour, 2k d. at $3 

I. C. Ry. ($510.05)— 

Fitting landing steps to pier, repairing and extending platform and fitting woodwork to 

sink in building : carpenters, 24 d. at $1.50, 19 d. at $1.35 ; materials, $14.97 

Jacking and blocking up building, fitting doors, repairs to boxing on steam pipes under 
building and filling with sawdust, &c : carpenters, 211^ d. at $1.50, 45 at $1.40 ; 

labourers, 32h d. at $1.15, 3 at $1.10 ; materials, $19.45 

Little, James : repairing plaster, sheathing stairways, cutting out for door and putting up 

partition and painting 

Longard Bros. : machinists' helpers, 56^J d. at $4 ; brass finisher, § d. at $4 ; blacksmith and 
helper, 3 d. at $5 ; carpenter's work. $9.25 ; 59 lbs. sheet copper, $20.65 ; wrot iron smoke 
stack and cap, 710 lbs. at 8ic. ; large enamel sink, $9.50 ; 2 enamel iron wash basins, $10 ; 
cast iron section and damper for boiler, $18.50 ; sundries, $93.08 ; truckage, $3.05. . . . 

Low, Geo. B. : removing old and making good chimney 

Mclnnes, John & Son, repairing leak : labour, 11 h., $2.75 ; materials, 61c 



IAvis ($1,052.31). 

Begin, Adelard, clapboards, 4,900 ft. at $20 ; boards, 1,700 ft. at $12 ; 6C0 ft. at $20 ; deals. 

1,500 ft. at $17 ; cedar, 380 ft. at 12c. ; nails, $7.40 ; sundry lumber, $103.21 ; man, 77 d! 

at $1.75; foreman, 31 d. at $2.50 

Boutat, Nap. : shingling roof with 1st qual. cedar shingles, 29 toise at $4.50. . 

Guay, Amable : painting, 591 yds. at 20c, 1,262 at 15c. ; replacing 15 glasses, $2.70 

Terreau & Racine, iron door 



Peribonca ($32.00). 
Tessier, Cy., legal services re site for Immigration Shed. . , 

Roberval ($26.00). 
Tessier, Cy., legal services re site for Immigration Shed. . . 

Port Arthur ($7.50). 
McBrien, Moses, carpenter work on construction of rooms . 



Dauphin ($87.19). 

Burrows, Thos. A.: w. p. flooring, $5.94 ; ceiling, $14.80 ; cartage, 50c 

Hastings, Edward : making, painting and hanging 28 window shutters, 89 hrs. at 30c; re 

pairing inside hall and doors, 18 hrs. at 30c 

MacNeil, Henry : flag pole, complete, erected, $20 ; halyards, 75c 

McPherson, A. J. : 1 gall, paint, $2.25 ; screws, locks, &c, $10.85. 



Selkirk 



98). 



Fairfield, Thos. K., alterations and improvements in round house, 66 h. at 25c. 

Hooker & Co. : 6 in. flooring, 500 ft. at $22 ; sundry lumber, $8.02 

Robinson & Co. : 12 pkg. lath, $2.70 ; sundry lumber, $4.76 

Young, W. S. : Dom. ensign 9 x 18, $20 ; overhauling stoves and pipes, $36 



Winnipeg ($253.1 



Cotter, Bros. : plumbing, 12 h. at 60c, 14^ at 50c ; materials, $18.02 

Electrical Supply Mfg. Co. & Macdonald Bros. Ltd.: contract bell work, $18 ; 2 extra buzzers, 

si. 30 ; 100 ft. bell wire, 30c ; time, 6 h. at 50c 

Johnstone, R.: iron bar for door, $3 ; repairing 3 tables and 2 benches, $5 ; sundries, $2.50. . . 
Pattinson & Eilbeck, repairs to chimneys : bricklayers, 17 h. at 55c; labour, 17 h. at 22^c; 

bricks, 82.25 ; mortar and cement, $2.50 

Rowley, J. P., carpenter, making alterations to bunks, Sh d. at $2 

Wells, J. L. & Co., plumbing: labour, 803.60; 47£ ft. of heavy tin pipe, $18.75; sundry 

materials, $47.01 

Winnipeg City : sweeping and cleaning chimneys 

Winnipeg Plumbing Co. : man, 27h h. at 50c ; materials, 87.17 

Carried forward 



17 92 
17 00 


L29 4l' 
3 00 

20 92 



2,952 24 



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1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Dominion Immigration Buildings: Repairs — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Calgary {$259.80). 

Creighton, John, repairs to Immigration Hall : shingling roofs of wing occupied by caretaker, 
and sheds ; new outside doors to main building ; new floor in kitchen and room adjoining ; 
repairs to door locks and hinges 

Freeze, J. P. painting : Immigration Hall, $125 ; new addition, $36.30 , 



Kings' Printer's account. 



Lcthbridge ($1.24). 
Prince Albert ($89.15) 



Knox, Win.: bed-cots, 10 at $3 ; outside window shutters, 6 at $2.90. 
Macarthur, Jas. : range, $40 ; pipes, elbows, zinc and wire, $1.75 



Yorkton ($8.90). 

Crerar, J. S., erection of flag pole : pole, $5 ; lumber, rope, hooks, &c, $2.90 ; work on pole, 
$1 



Total carried to page V— 4 



Dominion Quarantine Buildings : Maintenance. 

Lawlor's Island ($1,352.90). 
Roofing reservoir ($200.65). 

Conductor, John Byrne, 14 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, d. at 1.50 : Simeon Dumouth 12, Win. Iceton 13, Wm. Osborne 8 

Carpenters, d. at $1.35 : Andrew Cleary 12, John McKenzie 6, Wn. Naugle 12, John 
Osborn 8, Edw. Frider 6, Fred. Wells 8, Wm. Wells 10, Jas. York 12 

Labour, Raymond de Young, 9 d. at $1.25 : 

Carter, d. at $2.50 : Jos. Hilmelman, 2 

Auslin Bros : 1| in. steam stop cocks, 3 at $3.40 ; tees, elbows., &c.; $25.35 

Beazley Bros : conveying lumber, drain pipes, &c, to Lawlor's Island 

Campbell, D. H. : 1 quarter beef, 176 lbs. at 9gC.; 1 tub butter, $7 ; sundry provisions, 

$33.51 ,.... 

Cleary, A., cedar shingles h M. at $3 ; Cleary, Jer., milk, 127 quarts at 6c 

Ellis, J. H., clerk of works : servives, 26 d. to Aug. 26, 1900, $104 ; board, 22£ d. at Halifax 

at $1, 1 d. at Windsor at $2.50, 1 d. at St. John at $2.50 ; fare Halifax to Ottawa, $21 ; 

sleeper, meals and porter, $7.50 ; cabs, horse-hire and cartage, $9.50 ; sundries, $9.55 ; less 

advance of $75 (see page V— 71, 1899-1900.) 

Hollis, James & Son: grate, pipes, &c, for S.S. Argus 

Howell, W. W. & Co., work and materials for S.S. Argus ($777.77) opening up, cleaning and 

closing boiler, repairing safety valves, fitting new brass and iron piping, overhauling and 

supplying new parts for engine and condenser, cleaning and painting tanks and 

examining steam tube , 

Brass pump plunger casting, 19 lbs. at 40c; machine work and fitting on plunger, $11.50 ; 

2 in. Jenkin globe valve, $7.50 ; Am. Crosby steam gauge $10 ; sundries, $9 17 

Low, Geo. B. : lightering moulds and tools to Halifax and back, due to stoppage and resump 

tion of work on concrete tank, $15 ; gravel, 75 bush, at 5c. 

McFatridge, John : Richelieu closets, 4 at $4.50 ; sundry materials and plumbing, $22.22. . , 
Mclnnes, John & Son : 1 M. clear shingles, $2.70 ; corner bead, 190 ft. at 2c; 1 in. spruce floor 

ing, 340 ft. at $18 ; spruce, 880 ft. at $15 

Robertson, Wm. & Son : hardware 



Rudderham, Jos. 
and fuel shed . 



Point Edward ($390.00). 
re-shingling roof of two hospitals, superintendents residence, wash-house 



Williams Head ($426.00). 

Demers, L. O. : repairs on telephone line from Victoria to Williams' Head Quar. station, 12 

m. to June 3 ) at $15 . . 

Reid, J. D. : taking care of water pipe line &c, 12 m. to June 30 at $15 , 

Fashion Livery Station : team (inspection of telephone line) 

Victoria and Esquimalt Telephone Co. : rent of telephone, 12 m. to June 30, 1901 



Total carried'to page V— 4 

Yukon District : Bents, fuel, lighting, Ac, Public Buildings. 

Detailed with Yukon Public Buildings Page V -56 



$ cts. 
2,952 24 



98 50 
161 30 



1 24 



47 40 

41 75 



90 



3,311 33 



35 00 
49 50 

99 90 
11 25 
5 00 
35 55 
54 00 

57 23 
9 12 



104 05 
10 29 



732 00 
45 77 

18 75 
40 22 

25 82 

19 45 



390 00 



180 00 

180 00 

6 00 

60 00 


2,168 90 


46,477 12 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-143 



Construction of Armouries. 

Halifax, N.S.— 

Longard Bros.: labour and materials used repairing coils, .$93.91; grate for 'Daisy' 

boiler and fitting, $30.50 ; fitting up gas pipes, $49.01 

Sussex, N.B. — 

Advertising, $152 . 35 ; King's Printer's account, $1 . 55 

Dundas, Ont. — 

Bowman, Jos. & Co., estimate No. 2 to April 17, 1901 on $8,770 contract to erect armoury. 

Edwards, W. A., clerk of works, Nov. 1-June 30, 1901, 242 days at $3 

Advertising, $37.50 ; King's Printer's account, $30. 10 

Total carried to Page V— 4 

Experimental Farms. 

Nappan, N.S. ($2,200.82). 

-Carter, R. S., 784 tamarac posts, $9.40 ; Fisher Bros., sawing lumber, 16,524 ft. at $2 

Halfpenny, S. E., pointing walls under barn, &c 

Lusby, C. A. & Co.: gal v. pipe, 91| ft. at 10c, 142 at 12c, 18 at 14c; J-in. bibbs, 10 at 60c; 

sundries, $20.88; labour, $17.45 

Silliker, C. J.: contracts completed, horse stable, $800; cow barn, $650; sheep house, $300; 

root house, $300 

Tucker, M. L.: lumber, 1,958 ft. at $10 ; sawing, 6,142 ft. at $1.75 

Brandon, Man. ($502.28). 

Allan. A., repairing plaster in poultry building, &c 

Curtis, Jos.: budding back kitchen, 12x14, contract $200; maple floor in house kitchen, 

14 x 18, contract $36 

Daniels, E. G. : painting, old barn, 2 coats, $35; sheds, 2 coats, $30; kitchen, $12; wall 

paper and hanging, contract, $37 . 03 ; sundries, $10 ... 

Hull, Chas. W. : carpenter, 20 h. at 25c ; jack- screw hire, 25c 

Hughes & Long : cedar, 1,156 ft. at $22, 843 ft, at $24 ; surfaced, 4 sides, 561 ft. at $30 ; boards, 

500 at $22, 250 at $21 ; sundries, $16.18 

Miller, Wm. : f -in. water pipe, 100 ft. at 7c ; couplings, 30c 

Robertson, J. & Co., cement, 8^\ brls. at $3 ; Ware, M. A., supt. laying cement, 1| d. at $3. 



Indian Head, N.W.T. ($1,004.05). 

Conn, Jas. : lumber, 2,869 ft. at $24, 1,937 at $23 ; sundry, $2.17 

Gerry, A. V., plumbing repairs, $16.50 ; Walker, A., wire nails, $5.10 

Mackay & Brooks : gate, 13 x 4|, $0.50 ; roof paint, 5 galls, at $1 .50 ; sundries, $11 .40 

Sherwood, A. W.: cedar posts, 110 at 18c; lumber, 3,051ft. at $24 ; resawing boards, 300, 

$4.50 ; sundries, $5 99 

Stewart, D. : painting, horse stable, piggery, implement house, barn, superintendent's house, 

horticulturist's house and foreman's house, walls, 2 coats, roofs, 1 coat, contract 






Agassiz, B.C. ($516.18). 

Paylists, Jan. 15-Feb. 22 : foreman carpenter, J. McRae, 2b\ d. at $3 ; labourers, J. Johnston 
19£ d. at $1.60 ; G. Mcintosh, 2 d. at $1.50 ; A. McKay, 7 d. at $2 ; G. Pettis, 9 d. at 
$1.50 ; E. Williamson, 11^ d. at $1.40 

Anderson, R. F. & Co.: boiled oil, 12 galls, at $1.15 ; oxide in oil, 10 lbs. at 75c; tar paper, 
9 rolls at $1.25 ; cut nails, 3 kgs. at $3.75, 100 lbs., $4.25 ; sundries, $9.99 

Can. Pac Ry. Co., freight, $42.08 ; Hach, Chas., 3 blinds at $1 

Cattell & Sinclair : recovering 2 easy chairs, $10 ; freight, $1 . 45 

Hudson's Bay Co., curtains, 3 prs. at $6, 1, $4 

Royal City Planing Mills Br.: bookcase, $45; packing, $2.25; lumber for piggery, 3,000 ft. 
at $6.65, 4,357 at $9*025, 2,500 at $11.40, 1,300 at $13775, 2,700 at $15675, 368 at $20.90 ; 
shingles 7 M. at $1.52 ; windows, 5, $7.35 ; gutter, 80 ft., $5.20 



Central Farm, Ottawa ($5,804.51). 

Pay-lists detailed with Ottawa Buildings, repairs (page V — 89) 

Anderson, S., carpenter, June Nov., Mar. -June, 205 d. at $2.50, Dec. -Feb., 77 d. at $2.25. . 

Armstrong, S., carpenter, Aug., 27 d. at $1 .25 

Booth, F., carpenter, July-Oct., 73'7 d. at $2 

Sanders, A., carpenter, July-Oct., 81 d. at $2, Nov.-June, 7644 d. at $1.80 

Scott, J., carpenter, June-July, Sept., Nov.-Feb., April-June, 220 d. at $1.25 

Damarais, F., plumber and gasfitter, Oct., 16 d. at $60 per m 

McDonald, A., helper, 3 m., Sept., Oct. and Mar. at $45.62 

Sparks, Geo., pipe fitter, Sept. and Mar., 2 m. at $60 

Labourers at $1.25 per day: M. Craig 2'2, J. Fahey 26 2, Wm. Fahey 26, O. Lacroix 161 
Archambault, Jos., lead, 1,000 lbs. at $7 ; Bellhouse, Dillon & Co., cement, 1 brl., $3 

Carried forward 



8 cts. 

174 02 

153 90 

5,070 00 

726 00 

67 60 



6,191 52 



42 44 
5 00 


73 06 


,050 00 
30 32 


6 35 


236 00 


124 03 
5 25 


94 92 

7 30 
28 38 


115 55 
21 60 
25 40 


103 50 


738 00 



153 55 

58 04 
45 08 
11 45 
22 00 



226 06 



942 50 
685 75 

33 75 
147 40 
299 60 
275 00 

30 97 
136 86 
120 00 

88 13 

73 00 

7,056 24 



V-144 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Experimental Farms —Continued. 

Brought forward 

Central Farm, Ottawa— Concluded. 

Bryson, Graham & Co.: wall paper, 76 rolls at 12|c, 68 at 25c; border, 85 yds. at 10c, 18 at 
12|c ; sundry paper and border, $14 . 85 ; moulding, $2 . 52 , . . . 

Butterworth & Co.: 1-in. iron pipe, 204 ft. at $5.90; galv. pipe. 632 ft. at 5Jc; galv. iron 
pipe, 2-in., 190 ft. at 22£c., l.in., 225 ft. at 10|c, f-in., 136 ft. at 6|c; galv. tees, 54 at 
30c; 1 and 2-in. nipples, 90, $10.98 ; 1 and 2-in. unions, 60, $18.06 ; radiator air taps, 12 
at 75c; pipe stays, 20 at $1.30 ; cluster headers, 20 at $1.50 ; galv. iron, 123| ft. at 6c ; 
4-in. soil pipe, 100 ft. at 19c. ; 2-in. br. plug cocks, 6 at $3.75 ; ball cocks, 4 at $1.75 ; 
force pumps, $8 50 ; stove with reservoir, $24 ; sundries, $83 .16 

Canada Atlantic Rv. Co., freight, $7.61 ; Can. Pac By. Co., freight, $13.99 

Capital Planing Mill Co.: pine flooring, l^in., 665 ft. at $30, 200 ft. at $32, 100 at $26 ; lum- 
ber, 520 ft. at $14, 2,393 at $15, 1,050 at $16, 312 at $17, 609 at $19, 5,899 at $20, 1,500 at 
$21, 5,592 at $22, 1,300 at $24, 1,595 at $25, 210 at $45, 500 at $50 ; shingles, 4 M. at $3.50 ; 
cartage, $6 . 50 ; sundries, $33 

Charleson, W. G. : wire nails, 5J kegs at $4 ; g rd. iron, 290 lbs. at $2.80 ; locks and knobs, 7 
at $1 ; transom lifts, 6 at $1.25 ; sundries, $21.99 

Desrivieres, J. A., shingles, 100 M. at $3 ; Export Lumber Co., lumber, $25.56 

Fairbairn, W. E. : Page wire fence, 19 bar, 140 rods at 90c, 11 bar, 200 rods at 65 '7c; double 
gates, 2 at $10.80, 1, $9 

Fraser & Hamilton, lumber, &c. $6.10 ; McDonald, K., w. staples, 100 lbs. at 4c. 

Harris & Campbell : repairing and polishing frames, restufling and covering 9 dining-room 
chairs, 1 arm-chair, 1 sofa, 3 easy chairs, $87 ; 1 office chair, $9.50, 6 oak chairs at $1.60; 
6 chairs, $7.90 ; 1 stool, $1.75 ; sundry repairs, &c, $4.60 

Harris, Campbell & Boyden Furniture Co., 1 high office stool , 

Hay, N. : glass, 95 panes, $36 . 56 ; wire nails, 14 kegs, $47 . 05 ; galv. iron, 83 lbs. at 7c ; wire 
cloth, 2 rolls at $1.95; wire, 145 lbs. at 4|c; locks, 24 at 55c; screw plates, $16 ; w. lead, 
4 tins, $8, 50 lbs., $3.75; linseed oil, 15 galls., $14.75; turpentine, 5 galls., $4.75 ; sun- 
dries, $79.06 , 

Lawson, Thos. : iron troughs, 52 at 85c ; 4 tanks, 720 lbs. at 4c ; labour, 14| h. at 40c 

Liggett, Thos.: velvet carpet, 37 yds. at $1.35 ; border, 24£ yds. at $1.35 ; linoleum, 43| yds. 
at 95c ; curtains, 2 pr. at $6 . 50 ; curtain muslin, 13 yds. at 35c ; sund ries, $26 .27 

Loftus, John: cementing roof, 202 sq. yds. at $1.50; shingles, 2 M. at $2.50; nails, 75c; 
labour, 15 d. at $2 

Lunny, James, cedar posts, 90, $12 ; Mason, G. M., turned posts, 30, $12.50 

McAuliffe, W. H., 43 cedar posts, $6.38 ; Ottawa Brick Manuf. Co., 1,700 bricks. $17 

Ottawa Gas Co., 1 brl. coal tar, $4.15 ; Ottawa Water Works, repairing hydrants, $8.97. . . . 

Sarazin, Jos. : shingles, 100 M . at $1 . 25 ; placing same, $5 

Storey, D.: cedar posts, 223 at 12|c, 160 at 14c; 4x4 pine, 208 f t. , $4 . 16 . 

Storr* J.: 1 bent glass, 26 x 34 and glazing, $6.75; bronze, 16 lbs. at 12£c; sundries, $14.70 

Street car fares for painters, &c: F. Breton, $22.25 ; Wm. King, $15.29 

Cab-hire for officials : I. Cote, $1 . 50 , J. Groulx, $6 ; C. Sarazin, $1 . 50 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Abbott's Harbour: Protection Works, Sept. 10-Dec. 8, 1900. 

Conductor, Mande D'Entremont, 43^ d. at $2.50 : less, $1.30 for over -expenditure 

Asst. conductor, Augustine Godet, 23^ d. at $1.72 

Labourers : Fredk. Murphy, 3| d. at $1.72 ; Jeremi D'Eon, 3^ d. at $1.50 ; Wm. D'Entremont, 

3^d. at $1.50. 

Labourers, days at $1.22 : D'Entremont, Anthony 10|, Archangel 10^, Arth. W. 8h, Austin 

18|, Bradford 19|, Chas. V. 8f, Frank U. 12J, Frank V. 10f, Gustina 12^, Leander D£, 

Rufu- lOf ; D'Eon, Anthony 9^, Agapit 17, Chas. 9|, Denis 9^, Romain 15| ; Surette. 

Augustine llf , Nicholas 12| ; 20 payments under $10, $121 .97 

Labourer with oxen : Chas. Surette, 14 d. at $2 

C.rowell, S. A. & Co. ; refd. iron, 1,727 lbs. at $2.50 ; assorted wrot-spikes, 325 lbs. at 5c ... . 
D'Entremont, Archange : towing logs from Argyle, 104 at 20c ; use of vessel sloop, 2 d. at 

$1.25 

D'Entremont, Loran A. : frt. on timber by schooner from Yarmouth, 10,000 ft. at $2 

Eakins, Parker & Co. : 3 and 5-in. plank, 14,200 ft. at $13 

Hamilton, Benjamin : iron, 435 lbs. at 2|c. ; smithwork, $8.90 

Shand, G. A. : spruce logs, 9-in. small end, 1,000 ft. at 4c; spruce poles, 5-in. small end, 2,500 

f t. at lc 

Spinney, E. K. : refd. iron, 1,620 lbs. at $2.35, 900 at $2.20 ; making 900 lbs. dumps, $13.50 

3 fwd. bits, $2.70 ; cartage, 45c 

Spruce logs, 9-in. at small end, 4,960 ft. at 3c, paid as follows :— Jos. Babin $33.60, T. R 

Goodwin & Co., $52.80, Aaron Roberts $62.40 

Small payments : hardware, $13.66 ; lumber, $10.60 ; log, $1 



Total, carried to page V- 4 



$ cts. 
7,056 24 

54 62 



403 16 
21 60 



537 28 



66 61 
325 56 


288 00 
10 10 


120 35 
3 50 


239 72 

78 80 


168 07 


338 75 
24 50 
23 38 
13 12 

130 00 

54 44 

23 45 

37 54 

9 00 


10,027 79 



107 44 
40 42 



16 52 



386 94 
28 00 
59 43 

23 30 
20 00 

184 60 

19 77 

65 00 

74 52 

148 80 
25 26 

1,200 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



Advocate Harbour. 

Pay-list, June 4-25 : conductor, David Loonier, 17 d. at $2 ; labourers, $130.54 

Canning, S. R., spruce deals, 19,580 ft. at $10 ; Myers, W. H., smithwork, 83.90. . . 
Elderkin, A. C. & C. W. : spikes, 10 kegs at $5.50 : lumber, hardware, &c, 812 58. . 

Total, carried to page V —4 



Argylc Sound Wharf: Sept. 15-Oet. 29, 1900. 

Foreman, Joshua Goodwin: services, 241 d. at $2.50; outlay, 85.70; less. 81.45 for over- 
expenditure 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Comfort, Thos., 13} ; D'Entremont, Moise I. 22 ; Dobson, Frank 
10£, Levi 12^; Goodwin, Edward 16, Jas. 15|, Solomon 10}, Sylv. 14^ ; Murphy, Martin 
12^, Osborne 8i ; Wilson, John, 10 ; 13 payments under 89, in all 51^ d 

Carters: Arthur D'Entremont, 1 1 d. at $2.50 ; Chas. Deon, 9f d. at si. 75; Robt. Goodwin, 
131 d. at 81.75 ; Jas. Lenox, 3 d. at 81.75 ; C. C. Spinney, 2 oh at 82.25 ; Logarie Surette, 
9 (1. at $2.50, 6 at 82.25 

Hamilton, Ben J. : iron cut and pointed, 556 lbs. at 3}c, 60 at 4c. ; sundries, 84.05 

Hayes, John : plank, 2,207 ft. at $10 ; logs, 5,100 ft. at 89 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Avonport: Pier Repairs, July 3-Sept. 15, 1900. 

Conductor, Fred. G. Borden, 52 d. at $2 ; labourer at $2, Harry Sanford, 30i d 

Labourers : Martin Walsh, 374 d. at 81.50 ; Thos. Chase, 25i d. at 81 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : H. Beatty 31, Otis Guptall 17, Octo Huntley 13, Shaw Wallace 44, 
H. N. Walsh 46i - 

Carter, Frank Forsyth, 7h d. at $2 

Borden, L. V.: labourer, 48 h d. at $1.50; carter, 19 d. at $2 ; sq. spruce and hemlock, 7,000 
ft. at $8 ; round spruce, 1,624 1. ft. at 3c., 3,467 ft. at $9 a 1,000 ; sundry, $12.52 ; iron and 
sundry smith work,Ǥ5 .89 

Masters, thos.: plank, 12,104 ft. at $10, 1,000 at 810.50 ; sq. spruce timber, 675 ft. at $10 . . . 

Reid, Chas. H. : carter, 2 d. at $2 ; round spruce timber, 1,131 ft. at 3c 

Waynot, A. N.: heading and pointing bolts, 504 at 4c, 82 at 2c; sundry repairs, 65c 

Wilcox Bros. : ^-m. refd. iron, 2,031 lbs. at 2^c; wire spikes, 4 kegs at $3.25 ; sundries, 813.81 ; 
freight, $1.35 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Harrington Head : Wharf. 

Pay list, May 1- June 30 : conductor, H. W. Crowell, 39f d. at 82.50; labourers, carpenters, 
drivers, $666 .95 

Cox, G. A., hardware, $11 .20 ; Crowell, H. W., cartage and expenses, $18.80 

Doane, Warren : stone, 600 c yds. at 25c; storage, $14 ; hardware, $9.11 

Gammon, John R. : 4,587 lbs. dumps at la; augers, screw bolts, washers, &c, 824.36 . . 

Hopkins. A. W.; trucking, $1.60 ; Yaba, T. T., towing 29 logs at 50c, $14.50 

Lamrock, John : 5,892 I. ft. spruce and hemlock logs at 6c. ; 150 ballast poles at 55c; 14,031 
ft. b. m. at $13 ; 70 ft. b. m. hemlock boards at $10 

Robertson, Wm. & Son : 120 bars rd. bolt iron, 3,805 lbs. at $2.20 ; 2 bars, 190 lbs. at $2.25 ; 
800 clinch rings, 88 lbs. at 13c; 3 kegs spikes at $2.95 

Smith, J. E., 719 lin. ft. hemlock and pine logs at 5^c; Yav. SS. Co., freight on iron, $8.19. 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

Bayfield : Repairs to Wharf. 

McDonald, John, compensation for right of way to wharf 

Legal expenses, 1). C. Chisholm, search of title of land 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

Bear Point : Wharf. 

Pay-lists, April 1- June 30 : conductor, J. E. Smith, 58} d. at $2.25; sub-conductor, Thos 

W. Covert, 57} d. at $1.25 ; labourers and carpenters, $496.78 

Atwood, F., boat, $5 ; Crowell, L. D., dynamite, <fcc, $15.08 

Hopkins, A. W., truckage, $3. 10 ; Nickerson, Sol., storage, $1.50. . . 

Linkham, N., ballast poles, 300 logs 22 ft. long at 2c per ft., 30 logs 32 ft. at 3c 

Robertson, A. C, smithwork, $56 58 ; Robertson, G., mall handles, 1 doz. at $1 

Seldon, M. & Co., 9,163 1. ft. logs at 5£c, 10,430 ft. lumber at $12 

Smith, J. E., frt. on derrick, $4; Spinney, E. K., rope, 60 fathoms, 70 lbs. at 13c. 
Stoddart, Hez., truckage, $13.70 ; Wilson, Capt. R., frt. on timber, $189.96 

Total, carried to page V— 4 

1— lOv 



V- 145 



$ cte. 

164 ;,i 

HI!) 7<» 
67 58 



131 82 



64 87 



253 66 



88 98 
24 52 
67 97 


500 00 


165 00 
81 75 


189 .39 
15 0O 


265 08 

138 29 

37 93 

22 45 



84 01 
998 90 



766 33 


30 00 


173 11 


70 23 


16 10 


619 12 


109 60 


47 73 


1,832 22 


30 00 


16 50 


46 50 


756 65 


20 08. 


4 60 


160 89 


57 58 


629 13 


13 10 


203 66 


1,845 60 






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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Beaver River Wharf Extension. 

Pay lists, Sept. -Nov. 12, May 2-31, June 10-20 : conductor, J. S. Allen, 69 d. at $3; labour- 
ers and teamsters, $361.66 

Crosby, L. : 2,467 ft. plank at $11. 4800 ft. 3 in. plank at $12 ; 2 logs, $35.55 

Crowell, S. A., hardware, $92.64; Doty, Phil, bolts, $3.95, smithwork, $18.45 

Porter, A., timber, 480 ft. at 4ic, 2 pes. 33 ft. long, $5.50, 3,210 ft plank at $12 

Timber : B. Churchill $5.18, Jas. Cleland $10.80, Jas. Clements $13.50, Joshua Crosby $25.73, 
E. J. Durkee $26.13, A. E. Ellis $12.55, C. F. O'Brien $13.92, S. Runel $25.95, Jas. 
Pierce $3.88, L. Pierce $9.25, E. Porter $16.89, C. Thibeau $8.78, C. C. Winter $17.40, E. 
C. Winter $6.48, J. C. Winter $14.00 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Big Bras d'Or. 

Pay lists, April 17-May 31 : conductor, John Livingstone, 27| d. at $2.50; carpenters, labour- 
ers, &c, $221.23 

Bent & Cohoon, iron spikes, $33.56; Fraser, Alex., timber, $12 

Cape Breton Coal Mining Co., hire of pile driver, 11 d. at $2 . 

Forbes & Archibald, 2 augurs at 65c; Livingstone, Geo., timber, 15 piles, $18.05 

Livingstone, Arch., boat-hire, 4 d. at 20c, 10 pes. hardwood, 240 ft. at 5c , 

Livingstone, Daniel, 12^ lbs. rope at 16c, 10 pes. hardwood piling, 240 ft. at 5c 

Livingstone, John, foreman 5 d at $2.50, postige and stationery, $1.14 

Livingstone, W. D., timber $21.05; McA.ulay, John, forge work, $2.95 

McDonald, W. H., 10 pes. piling, 240 ft at 5c; McLean, Jno., 10 pes. piling, 240 ft. at 5c. . . 

McLean, Malcolm, 20 pes. piling, $24; McLeod, Hugh, 10 pes. piling-, $12 

McLeod, John R , 8 pes. spruce, $13.71; McLeod, Norman, 6 pes. spruce, $10.80 

Old, John, 5,000 ft. B.M. spruce at $14; Thompson, A. C. & Co., 1 crank augur, $1.25 



Total, carried to page V— 4. 



Black Point Wharf. 

Pay lists, April 15 June 30 : conductor, G. M. Littlewood, 45 d. at $2.50; carpenters, labour- 
ers, &c, $613.25 

Atwood, H. D., bolts and smithwork, $98.09; Atwood, H., freight on iron, $6.32 

Doane, Andrew, ballast poles $4.40; Gibson, Wm., truckage $8 

Littlewood, John, ballast poles $9.68; Littlewood, James, ballast poles $18.92 

Littlewood, John P., freight. $7; Littlewood, G. M., rope, freight, &c, $14.81 

McKay, J. H. & J. A. : 268 logs, 6,547 ft. at 6ic, $425.56; 11,700 ft. 3 in. plank at $13, 
$152.10; 12,883 ft. spruce at $13, $167.47 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, iron, 5,750 lbs. at $2.20, 400 lbs. at $2.25, rings and spikes, $20.38. . . . 

Spinney, E. K., bolt ends and tools . . , 

Total, carried to page V — 4 



Blue Rock Breakwater, Repairs* 

Pay lists, Oct. 2-Nov. 15, June 8-26 : conductor, J. D. McKeough, 42^ d. at $2.50; sub-con- 
ductors, A. Breen, 14 d. at $1.50, Mich. Potrine, 25 d. at $1.50; labourers, drillers, team- 
sters and teams, $1,698.54. 

Boudroit, Peter, lumber, 1,200 ft. at $14; Chisholm, Colin, 1 stringer $2 50 

Chisholm, Dan, forgework, $17.76; Chisholm, Duncan, 7 pes. spruce sheathing, $3.50 

Chisholm, Hugh, forgework, $5.23; Corbett, J. E., 1 pc hemlock timber, $1 

Fitzgerald, Mich., 2 spruce stringers, $2.50; Kinney, Wm. G., right of way for stone, $9 

Kirk, D. G., 500 lbs. iron at 3c, 20 lbs. powder at 15c, 5 lbs. at 25c, 3 coils fuse at 50c, 45 
lbs. drill steel at 15c , freight on steel 25c 

Landry Pat, 1 plank 60c; McEachern, Jas., forgework, $4.68 

McKeough, Jas. D., truckage, $10; McKeough, John D., freight 45c, services, $3.75 

O'Brien, John, 15 prs. hemlock sheathing salvaged at 20c 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Boularderie Centre Wharf. 

King's Printer's account $35.46; Advertising $130.48. 



$ cts. 



568 66 

120 28 

115 04 

65 62 



210 44 



1,080 04 



290 60 
45 56 
22 00 
19 35 

12 80 
14 00 

13 64 
24 00 
24 00 
36 00 
24 51 
71 25 



597 71 



725 75 

104 41 

12 40 

28 60 

21 81 

745 13 

155 88 

32 42 


1,826 40 



1,863 29 

19 30 

21 26 

6 23 

11 50 

27 75 
5 28 

14 20 
3 00 



1,971 81 



165 94 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-147 



Broad Cove : Repair* to Breakwater. 

Pay list, June 1-29: conductor, Lemuel Reinhardt, 24 d. at $2: carpenters, labourers, teams 

&c, $230 

Croft, S. W. : 648 lbs. iron at 2|c, 5 kegs spikes at $3, tools, &c, $20.20 

Lantz & Co., 6,120 ft., round spruce timber at $8.60 

Speiry, Sam. & Co., 11,360 ft. hemlock plank at $10 

Teal, Samuel, blacksmith work 

Total, carried to page V— 4 



Canada Creek : Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Dec. 19-31, Jan. 8-10, April 5-30, May 2-10, June 4-27 : conductor, W. J. Burgess* 

56 d. at' $2. 50 ; foreman, J. Bowl by, 56 d. at $2; carpenters, labourers, &e, $966.16. . . . 
Bowlby, Edson, spruce logs, 59 making 2,697 ft. at 4c, 28 making 755 ft. at 3c, 5 making 96 

ft. at 2c 

Bowlby, Jordan, spruce logs, 1,589 ft. at 4c, 950 ft. at 3c; hardwood plank, $1.25 

Bowlby, Sol., smithwork, 53c; Burgess, W. B., hardware, tools, freight, $17.21. . . 

Burgess & Bolson, spruce, 36 logs, 1,340 ft. at 4c, 75 logs, 1,725 ft. at 2Jc, 140 logs, 2,800 ft. 

at 2c 

Carter, Thos., smithwork, $4.76 ; Dickie, Hy., labour, 20 d. at $1.25 

Hayes, Walt., truckage, $1 .25 ; Kellam, W. H., horse-hire, 4 d. at 75c 

Parker, Thos., spruce logs, $6.30 ; Schnarr, Edw., spruce logs, $8.82 

Robertson, Win, & Son, bolts and washers, 650 lbs. at $3.50 per cwt., 6,045 at $2.30 ; clinch 

rings, 135 lbs. at 13c; mooring rings, 2 at $2.50 ; 1 keg wire spikes, $2.95 

Schnarr, John, spruce logs, 75 ft. at 2c , 998 at 2^0., 59 at 3c 

Spicer, Capt. E., freight, $6 ; Stillwell. A., spruce logs, 171 ft. at 2c, 434 at 3c 

Thomas, D. S., smithwork, $5 ; White, F., spruce logs, $10.80 ; Wolfe, C. I., peavey, $2.50. 
King's Printer's account 



Total carried to page V— 4 . 






Cape Negro Island : Repairs and extension of Breakwater. 

Pay-list, June 17-30 : foreman, Levi Perry, 11^ d. at $2 ; labourers, $119.97. ... 
McKay, J. H. & J. A., 95 logs, 1,488 ft. at 6^c; 80 ballast poles (16 ft.) at 40c each 

Total carried to page V— 4 



Caribou Island : To complete Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 15-Nov. 2, Jan. 8-Mar. 30: foreman, M. G. Sproule, 35 d. at $3; labourers, $135.47 

Anderson, Sim., stone, $1.25 ; Bowran, Mark, 31^ yds. stone and brush, $16.50 

Bouran, Robert, 18 yds. stone, $9.50 ; Carroll, P. & Co., team, 2 d. at $2.50 

Cameron, Neil, 72 yds. stone at 50c ; 1^ cord brush at 50c 

Chisholm, John, 72 yds. stone at 50c; Clark, J. T., 28^ cords brush at 50c 

Davidson, Hugh, brush and stone, $26.50 ; Dobson, J as., stone, $5.25 

Falconer, Daniel, stone, $15 ; Falconer, Moses, $3.25 

Grant, Alex., stone, $5.50 ; Harris, Mathew S., stone, $4.50 

Henderson, Dune, stone, $2 ; Johnston, T. F., stone, $4 ; Morrison, D., stone, $27.50 

Morrison, Geo. W., stone and brush, $124 ; Murray, D. R., stone and brush, $33.50 

Murray, Robt., stone and brush, $94.75 ; McClellan. H., stone, 75c 

McDonald, Malcolm, stone and brush, $43 ; McFarlane, Peter, stone, $17.75 

McKeil, John, stone, $31 .50 ; McKenzie, A. N., stone, $47.75 

M.Kenzie, Daniel, stone, $31.25 ; McKenzie, Geo. D., stone and brush, $24 

McKenzie, Gilbert, $6.75 ; McKenzie, Gordon, stone and brush, $50.75 

McKenzie, John, stone, $1 .75; McKenzie. John K., brush and stone, $48.50 

McKenzie, Simon, stone, $11 .50 ; McLaren, Allan F., team, 2d. at $2. 

McLeod, Dan., stone, $30 ; McLeod, John, stone and brush, $23.50 

McMaster, Dune, stone and brush, $59.25 ; Nichol, John, stone and brush, $3i.63 

Robinson, Jas., stone, $1 .50 ; Robertson, J as., hauling stone, $10 

Stewart, John, stone and brush, $74.25 ; Sutherland, Jas. R., stone, $12 

Sutherland, John, stone, $3.25 ; Sutherland, Walt., stone and brush, $18. . 

Urquhart, Johnston, stone 

Total carried to page V — 4 . 

1— 10iv 



$ cts. 



278 00 
49 67 
52 02 

113 <;<; 

6 58 


499 93 



1,218 16 



132 45 


93 31 


17 74 


152 72 


29 76 


4 25 


15 12 


187 29 


28 22 


22 44 


18 30 


8 33 


1,928 09 



142 97 

128 72 



271 69 



240 47 


17 75 


14 50 


36 75 


50 25 


31 75 


18 25 


10 00 


33 50 


157 50 


95 50 


60 75 


79 25 


55 25 


57 50 


50 l':> 


15 50 


53 50 


90 88 


11 50 


86 25 


21 25 


17 50 


1,305 60 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Chebogue Harbour : Protection Works. 

Pay lists : Sept. 19-Jan. 22, June 13-18 ; conductor, Sam Churchill, 91 '6 d. at $2.50; fore- 
man, Chas. K. Robbins, 41 '75 d. at $2; carpenters, labourers, teams. &c, $642.59 

Allen, G. F. & Co., 6,000 ft. plank at $11 ; Cann, Hugh & Son, towage of logs, $45 

Churchill, G. E., boat, 25 d. at 20c; Clements, spruce logs, 7,648 1. ft. at 5^e 

Crowell, S. A., iron, spikes and hardware, $71.38 ; Gridley, W. H., 3 cold chisels, $2.70 

Killam, F., truckage, $6 ; Killam, Jas. W, truckage of lumber, $11 

Ray Bros., iron for rafts, $10.45 ; Spenney, E. K., iron, rope and tools, $58.32 

Robbins, A. L., 200 ft. spruce logs at $5, 330 ballast poles at 16c, truckage, $5.50 

Robbins, Chas. K., 297 ballast poles at 16c, 557 ft. deals at $12, 110 ft. logs at 5c; truckage, 
$18.76..., , , 



Total carried to page V — 4, 



Cheggogin: Beach Protection Works. 

Pay lists Oct. 8-Nov. 14 : conductor, G. M. Cushing, 30 d. at $2 ; asst. conductor, Geo. I. 

Cushing, 25f d. at $1.60 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $329.57 

Cann, Edw. F., 353| ft. logs at 5c, 25 poles at 25c, 30 pes. timber at 20c 

Churchill, Fred. J., 13 spruce logs, 372 ft. at 5c 

Churchill, Geo. W., 1,972 ft. logs at 5c, 6 ballast poles at 25c 

Crowell, S. A. & Co., 1,178 lbs. ref. iron, $29.46 ; 50 lbs. steel spikes, $1.75 ; tools, $20.59. . . . 

Cushing, E. H., logs and poles, $28.45 ; Kinnev Haley Mfg. Co., deals, $3.75 

Parker, Eakins & Co., 625 ft. spruce at $13, 1,120 ft. hemlock plank at $10 

Winters, Elma, 190 ft. logs at 5c 

Total carried to page V — 5 

Chester : Cleaning Rock Harbour Channels 

Pay lists May 11-June 15: conductor Clarence Freda, 22i d. at $2 ; labourers, stone cutters, 

teams, $199.35 . 

Redden, Jas. L. , 5 lbs. powder at 25c, 1 bunch fuse at 52c 

Smith, E. C, smithwork, $2.28 ; Webber, John A., stone hammer, $1.60 

Total carried to page V— 5 . , 



cts. 



955 09 
111 00 
425 64 
74 08 
17 00 
68 77 
68 30 



r8 46 



1,798 34 



430 77 


29 91 


13 60 


100 10 


51 80 


32 20 


19 33 


9 50 



692 21 



244 35 

1 77 
3 88 


250 00 



Chipnian's Brook : Rebuilding Pier. 

Pay lists Sept. 3-29, Oct. 1-30, Nov. 1-23 : conductors, Jas. A. Kinsman, 61 d. at $2 ; John 

Neville, $61 d. at $2 ; Carpenters, labourers, &c, $588.50 

Arnold, John, iron, $3.70 ; Kinsman, L., hauling iron and freight, $32.87 

Calkin, T., P. & Co., clinch rings, 136 lbs. at 13|c; iron, 5,377 lbs. at 2£c; tools, $23.94; 

paint and oils, $4.85 

Thorpe, Henry, smithwork on 3 tons iron at $10 ; Neville, J. R., rope and oil, $4.24 

Timber : 8,792 ft. 9 in. spruce at 4c, 3,943 ft. 5 in. at 2^c; paid as follows: James Arnold, 

$26.48; Jordon Bolby, $60.54: Jer. Foote, $11.92; John Foote, $22.46 ; M.Gould, 

$13.08; Tim King, $2.50; Jas. Misner, $9.55; Joseph Misner, $15.61; J. R. 

Neville, $221.34; Allen Pimro, $23.20; Dan Sarsfield, $33.67 ; Sam Sarsfield, $2.84; 

B. Thoipe, $7.05 

Total carried to page V — 5 



Clark's Harbour, N.S., Breakwater, July 1-31, Aug. 1-27, 1901. 

Foreman, Eph. Atkinson, 46^ d. at $2.50 ; conductor, S. A. Nicholson, 474 d. at $2 

Teams : Wm. Calleshaw, 44^ d. at $2.75 ; Philip Jones, 14 d. at $2.75 ; team only, 29 d. at 
$1.50 ; H. Nelson Newell, 43| d. at $2.75, l?i at $1.50 ; W. C. Nickerson, 24 d. at $2.75. 

Errand boy, Jeremiah Nickerson, 39^ d. at 50c 

Labourers,' in all, 2,225| d. at $1.25 , 

Brannen, John H., smithwork and sundry supplies 

Crowell, Thos. C. : sharpening drills, 636 at 5c, 177 at 2c ; sundry, $11.07 

Daly, D. G., damages to stove, fence, gate and pasture 

Nickerson, M. G. : spruce plank, 2,250 ft. at $12.50; dynamite, 100 lbs., $40; detonators, 
1,000, $12; fuse, 1,000 ft., $10; manilla rope, 50^ lbs., $9.71; birch for shoeing drags, 
250 ft.,$7.50 ; sundry items, $26.76 ; freight, $10. 13 , 

Nickerson Roy, detailed in 1899-1900 

Payments under $10.. ... 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



782 50 
36 57 

181 92 
34 24 



450 24 

1,485 47 



210 62 



415 87 
19 62 
2,782 34 
40 65 
46 41 
25 00 


144 22 

6 CO 

20 90 


3,711 63 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-149 



< l« ni< ih*i»oi i : Removing Obstructions, Sept. 17-Nov. 3, 1900. 



Conductor, A. S. Burns, '.V.) 14 h. at 20c 

Scowmen, liour.s at 20c. : Wallace Berry, 2014 ; Perkins Dukeshire, 147 ; Jas. Kennedy, 257 

Reuben Loahnes, 255 ; A. Walker, 147 ; Fred Wilson, 147 

Shovelers, hours at 20c: Edwd. Bent, • ',<>: I J < >>' Berry, 10; Oliver Burrell, 50 ; Wm. Mc 

Fadden, 70 ; Witfield Rawding, 20 ; Claude Vrooui, 5 

Repairing scow, John Lecain, 8 h. at 15c 

Teamsters, hours at 40c: Berry, Jas. 6, Ralph 75, Roy 38£ ; Dukeshire, Perkins. 85; 

Wilson, Chas., 5 

Hicks, Herbert, 17£ lbs. of rope 

Lewis, Chas. F. : hire of tug Marina, towing 2 scows at $3.25 each 

Potter, S. : 98 lbs. chain, $5.39 ; iron work for buoy, $4.23 ; sundries, $4.38 

Rice, Thelbert : use of scow, 27 d. at 75c 

Weir, A. H. : use of scow, 43 d. at 50c ; delivering and taking scows to moorings, $5 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Comeauville, N.S., Rreakwater. 

Conductor, J. C. Comeau, 09 d. at $3, 43 at $2 ; less, over expenditure, $12.17. 

Conductor, Louis J. LeBlanc, 32 d. at $2.50 ; less, over expenditure, $0.02 

Foremen : Ls. P. Comeau, 824 d. at $1.50 ; Jean B. Melanson, 21 d. at $1.50 

Blacksmiths : Z. Comeau, 12 d. at $1 ; J. Bte. Melanson, 70 d. at $1.25 

Carters : days at $2, in all 163 d 

Carpenters and labourers : days at $1, in all J , 1G24; , 

Spruce logs : 11-in. top, 144 ft. at 7c ; 10-in. top, 11,881 ft. at Oc ; 9-in. top, 70 ft. at 6c., 
9,725 at 5c, 15(5 at 44c ; 7 to 9-in. top, 1,543 ft. at 4c ; 7-in. top, 57 ft. at 34c, 1,896 at 
3c ; 7-in. top, 235 ft at 24c ; 5 to 6-in. top, 3,360 ft. at 2c ; 14- in. top, 5,684~ft. at l£e. ; 
sundry, $14.12 ; total, $1,513.45; paid as follows :— Blue, Jos.,"$32.98 ; Boudreau, Aug., 
$21.04, Jean, $5.25, Luc, $84.86, Marc, $25.08, Oliver M., $20.35, Telesphore, $21.27: 
Bourque, Agnew, $1.75, Jean, $4.57 ; Comeau, Adrien P., $3.50, Agapit, $13.23, Agnew, 
•SS. 72, Auer. A., $157.51, Chas. J., $145.89, Edmond V., $6.78, Eusebe, $3.95, Eusebe P., 
$17.85, Francois P., $69.41 ; Francois P. C, $63.90, Hilaire C, $22.16, Innocent, $32.25, 
Innocent M., $9.23, Jean Cr., $32.46, Pierre C, $22.22, Pierre F., $8.78, Philippe D., 
$10.92, Theo. G., $8.46, Timothy, $25.57, Willie A., $38.68; Doucet, Aug. C, $11.61, 
Jean A., $40.42, Michael, $7.88, Stanislas, $16.85 ; Dugast, Ambrose, $3, Aug. $11.70; 
Gaudet, Chas. A., $4.60, Chas. T., $20.46, Eddie J., $5.80, Leon J., $3.60, Marc, $2.61, 
Marc T., $6, Moise, $8.19, Moise M., $13.54, Pierre T., $17.42 ; Le Blanc, Ambroise,L. 
$16.75, Alberni C, $9.84, Bernard J., $3.45, Delisle, $10.33, Jean A., $11.60, Jos. C, 
S7.08, Theselain, $130.46; Melanson, Anselm, $4.71, Jean H., $32.49, Jean B., $20.41, 
Jos. M., $13.36, Jovite, $11.20, Luc, $29.48, Luc M., $11.88; McCaulev, Remi, $7.95 ; 
Theriault, Albert, $26.33, Chas. A., $26.74, Cyriac A., $11.79, Cyriac U., $2.70, Irenie, 
$17.10 ; Thibeau, Jos.. $11.14 ; Thibadeau, Henry, $9.36 

Planks : Jos. R. Comeau, 8,355 ft. at $10 ; Luc B. Comeau, 7,057 ft. at $11, 3,379 at $9.50 ; 
E. Robichaud, 4,686 ft. at $10.50 

Iron and sundry accounts — 

Comeau, A. H. : iron, 270 lbs. at 3c ; 1 auger, $1.65 

Comeau, E. L.: refined iron, 4,095 lbs. at 3c, 6,110 at 2fc, 6,050 at 2£c.j clench ring, 604 

lbs. at 12c; 1 keg spikes, $3.50 ; 2 augers, $2.25 ; 1 box chalk, 75c 

Comeau, J. U. : refined iron, 286 lbs., $6.72 ; sundry, $17.73 

Comeau, U. J., smith's coal, 4 brls at 50c; 1 cross cut saw, $2.40 

Cosman, James : smith's coal, 6 brls. at 50c ; .sundry, $7.34 

Daucet, B. M., oil, 2 galls, at $1 ; sundry, 59c 

Lkss —Transferred to ' Harbours and Rivers, Maritime Province Generally(Page V — ) 
Total, carried to page V— 5 



C'omeau's Hill: Breakwater, Sept. 22-Nov. 6, 1900. 

Conductor, Reuben H. Gardner : services, 39 d. at $2; paid horse-hire, $1.50 ; less $1.66 for 
over-expenditure 

Sub-conductor, Theophelus Jacquard, 29 £ d. at $1 .50 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Clements, Fred, 18£ ; Deviller, Arthur 194, David 19£, Jarvis 
24, John 19, Stephen 224, Sylvine 10£ ; Fitzgerald, Anselm O. 10$, Geo. 154, Henry 
10£, Jas. 22£, John R. "24, Lovitt 13, Michael 20, Simon 12£, Sylvine 8"; Harris, 
Jas. 204; Jacquard, Edward, 254; Newell, Moses, 12; Smith, Brandon 144", John 9; 
Sonia, £>oucette 10, Gilbert 254 ; Surette, John, 13 ; 11 payments under $10, 47 days 
in all , 

Labourer at $2, Archangel Clements. 13 d. ; hire of oxen, 1 d. at $1.25 

Carried forwai d 



$ cts. 

78 90 

242 90 



43 00 


1 20 


63 80 


3 00 


6 50 


14 00 


20 25 


20 50 


500 05 



280 83 
73 98 

155 25 
99 50 

32(5 00 

,162 25 



1,513 45 


242 47 


9 75 


440 76 
24 45 

4 40 
10 34 

2 59 


4,346 02 
1,199 02 


3,147 00 



77 84 
II 25 



558 66 
27 25 



708 00 



V-150 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Comeau's Hill: Breakwater- Concfwrfcrf. 

Brought forward 

Labourers with oxen, days at $2.50 : Deviller, Freeman, 10; Doucette, Alvin, 5 '6, John A., 
5|, Maud P., 4J; Fitzgerald, Dennis, 4h ; Smith, Freeman, 6§ ; Sonia, Magloire, Gh ; 4 
payments under $10, 9' 6 d. in all 

Blacksmith with forge, Anthony Muise, 25 d. at §1.50 . 

Gardner, M. J.: horse-hire, $2 ; hardware, smith work, &c, $11.43. ... 

Jenkins, Hugh, hoisting derrick, including winch, wire rope, 2 sets of blocks and tackle 

Small payments : timber, $11.65 ; hardware, $10.58 ; hauling stone, $2.50 ; teaming, $9. . . . 

Total carried to page V— 5 

Cow Bay, N.S. : Repairs to Breakwater, Mar. 12-Dec. 24, 1901. 

Foreman, Daniel Mc Aulay, 211 d. at $3 .' 

Carpenters, wharfmen, teamsters, labourers, &c 

Landry, Simon E. ($2,512.06)— • 

White's cement, 500 brls. at $3.15 

Portland cement, 15 brls. at $3.10 ; spikes, 11 kegs at $4.50 

Hemlock, 12 x 12, 20,762 ft. at $13 ; hemlock bonds, 1,500, $18 

Spruce logs and hardwood piles, 110 at $1.50 

Gravel, 764 brls. at 15c; sand, 1,091 brls. at 10c 

Empty bags, 268 at 10c. ; sundry small items, $137. 69 

Leslie, J. A. : spruce timber, 1,163 ft. at $16 ; plank, 356 ft. at $12 

Leslie, P. J.: hemlock plank, 938 ft. at $12 ; hemlock boards, 736 ft. at $14, 600 at $12 ; spruce 

boards, 898 ft. at $14 ; 2 pat. blocks, $3 ; bags, 61 at 10c; sundry, $3.97 

McAulay, John : bolts, 5,530 lbs. at 4^c; saw bolts and plates, 224 lbs. at 8c; sundry, $31.20 

McManus, Wm. C, 1 derrick, consisting of mast and boom with sundry fittings 

Spencer, O. J.: hardwood piles, 74 at $1.25 ; hemlock plank, 3-in., 2,359 ft. at $1.20 ; hemlock 

timber, 12 x 12, 1,980 ft. at $14 ; gravel, 839 brls. at 15c; sundry, $9.53 ... 

Total, carried to page V — 5 , 



Cribbing Point: Repairs to Wharf. 

Foreman, John R. Boyd, 45 d. at $2.50, 3 at $2 

Teams, carpenters, labourers, &c 

On account of June pay-list 

Barry, Peter J.: round timber, 175 ft. at 10c; plank, 431 ft. at $15 ; sundry items, $4.23. 

Boyd, Allan R: wharf covering, 2,500 ft. at $15 ; square timber, 90 ft. at 10c 

Boyd, Angus A., hardwood sheathing, 10 x 10, 15 ft. long, 75 ft. at 15c 

Boyd, Angus D., hardwood sheathing, 10 x 10 x 12 ft. long, 120 ft. at 15c 

Boyd, Angus R., spruce covering, 4-in., 4,000 ft. at $15 

Boyd, Dan. A., spruce stringers, 150 ft. at 15c 

Boyd, John A., hardwood sheathing, 200 ft. at 15c 

Boyd, John H. : covering, 2,500 ft. at $15 ; round ties, 471 at 10c; ballast poles, 352 at 5c; 

stringers, 67i ft. at 15c: hardwood fenders, 46^ ft. at 15|c, 35 ft. at 15c; sheathing, 112^ 

ft. at 10c ; sundry, $1.27 

Boyd, Ronald R.: spruce ties, 10-in. top, 222J ft. at 10c; ballast poles, 176 ft. at oc ; 

stringers, 45 ft. at 15c; hardwood fenders, 31 ft. at 15c; sundry, $7.40 

Kirk, D. G. ($1,721.55)— 

Creosoted piles, 2,122 lin. ft. at 32c; pd. for landing timber, $42 

Creosoted timber, 8,722 b.m. ft. at $42 

Freight paid : schooner Patriot, $400 ; sundry, $30 

Commission at 5 p.c, $79.99 ; part Delong & Leaman's draft, $38.31 

Interest, $41.78 ; insurance, $33.25 ; telegrams, $8.05 ; sundry, $2.80 

McDonald, Alex. A.: round ties, 147 lin. ft. at 10c; spruce stringers, 67J f t. at 15c ; hardwood 

sheathing, 213^ lin. ft. at 10c; ballast poles. 176 lin. ft. at 5c; fenders, 33 ft. at 15c 

McDonald, John H. : sheathing, 132 ft. at 10c; ties, 54 ft. at 10c 

McDonald, Laughlin, spruce ties, 140 ft. at 10c 

McDougall, John, hardwood sheathing, 100 ft. at 15c 

McGillivray, Allan : spruce timber, 140 ft. at 15c; hardware sheathing, 60 ft. at 15c 

McGillivray, John S. : round ties, 10-in. top, 360 ft. at 10c; ballast poles, 352 lin. ft. at 5c; 

sheathing, 174£ ft. at 10c ; sundry, $19. 12 

McNeil, Dan. C: spruce ties, 20 ft. long, 200 ft, at 10c 

McNeil, Malcolm, sq. timber, 10 x 12, 170 lin. ft. at 15c 

McNeil, Roderick, hardwood sheathing, 10 x 10 x 15 ft. long, 150 ft. at 15c 

Ring, Thos. , round ties, 155 ft. at 10c 

Wallace, John : covering, 1,052 ft. at $15 ; sundry, $7.67 . . 

Wallace, Dan. :> round ties, 684 at 10c.: ballast poles, 352 at 5c; stringers, 67^ ft. at 15c; 

sheathing, 159 lin. ft. at 10c ; sundry, $6.23 

Payments under $5 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



$ cts. 


70S 00 


132 34 


37 50 


13 43 


75 00 


33 73 


1,000 00 


633 00 


2,985 88 


1,575 00 


96 00 


287 87 


165 00 


223 70 


164 49 


22 88 


54 40 


297 96 


175 00 


283 91 


6,965 09 


118 50 


150 68 


230 00 


28 19 


46 50 


11 25 


18 00 


00 00 


22 50 


30 00 



137 06 


49 85 


721 01 


366 33 


430 00 


118 30 


85 88 


59 93 


18 60 


14 00 


15 0O 


30 00 


90 17 


20 00 


25 50 


22 50 


15 50 


23 45 


118 25 


3 00 


3,079 98 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 151 



Dlgby: Bepalrs to Piers, Aug. 1-I>ec. 21, 1900. 

Conductor, Ralph Oliver, 87 d. at $3 ; less 920.22 for over-expenditure 

Carpenters, days at 81.75 : Evans Dunn 32*95, Prescott Dunn 6i, Jas. Franklin 35*95, Wm. 

Gillatt 21*45 

Carpenters, days at £1. 50 : Chas. Aymar 26*2, Geo. Baxter 39f, Frank Dennison 49. 15, Alex 

Dillon 12*95, Geo. Dunn 3, Fornian Hardy ('.J, Geo. Keens 327, Peter Killelea 10'53 
Armstrong, Chas.: screw bolts, 287 lbs. at 6c; screw bolts, 170 of 2 weld at 5c. per weld, 25 

of I weld at 5c. per weld ; sundry bolts, washers, &c., $11.50 

Bishop, John, knees, 22 at $1 

Dunham, C. F.: paint, 124 gals, at $1.85 ; oil, brushes and putty, $3.22 

Milberry, J. F.: iron, 3,H551bs. at $2.55; bolt heads and ends, 762 lbs. at $7 ; sundri< 8, $31.56 

Mowatt, W. F., making dumps, 1,200 lbs. at $2 

Oliver, M. L. & Son : matched roofing, 6,085 ft. at $17 ; planed boards, 2,000 ft. at $17 ; pine, 

773 ft. at 34c.; 500 ft. battens, $12.50 ; sundry lumber, $13.16 ; squares of roofing, 40 at 

$3.50 : hardware, $18.16 ; screw hire, $1 ; freight and truckage, $1.05 ; phone, 20c 

Roney, B. A.: cutting, heading and pointing bolts, 1,400 lbs. at 2c; sundry smithwork 

£5.45 

Warne, H. T. : dem spruce timber and scantling for shed and wharf, 38,404 ft. at $13.75 

hauling 1,500 ft. of timber from mill, $1.25 

Hauling lumber at $1.25 a M.: Harry Baxter, $24.52 ; Robt. C. Woodman, $21.60 

Cartage and horse hire : Abramson & Hazleton, $7.25 ; H. B. Churchill, $4.25 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



Eagle Head: Repairs to Breakwater, Sept.-IVov., May 18-June 31. 

Conductor, Henry A. Monzar, 79J d. at $2.50 

Blacksmith, Enos Wentzell, 53£ d. at $1 .25 

Teams at $3 a day : John L. Darron, 47A ; Earl VVensil, 48^ ; Nat Wagner, 13 ; James 1 1. 

Wolf, 13 ; sundry, 2£ 

Teams at $2.75 a day, in all 142 d 

Teams at $2 and $2.50 a day 

Blasting rock at $1.40 a day : Benj. Conrod, 30f ; Richard Conrod, 49^; Edw. Chandler, 51. 

Labourers, in all, 1,643£ d. at $1.25 • 7 . 

Leslie, Stephen, la' ourer, on breakwater, 18 d. at $1.25 

McClearn, Geo. S. : gunpowder, 4 kegs at $5 ; sundry hardware, $28.82 

Thompson, Thos. T., use of derrick, 25 days 

Wensil, Enos : use of blacksmith and forge, 4 months, $10 ; smithwork, $3.98-; lumber, $1.50. 
Payments under $10 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

East Chezzetcook : Wliarf. 

Foreman, Augustus Colford, 69i d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Maurice Colford, 38; Peter Conrod, 35§ ; John Redmond. 25$ ; 
Wm. Redmond, 11 

Carpenter, Richard Bonefaee, 19g d. at $1.40 

Blacksmiths : James Keizer, 38h d. at $1.50 ; W. Bond, 2 d. at $1.50 

Timekeeper, A. Youn/, 13| d. at $1.50 

Carters, days at $2, in all, 49^ d 

Labourers, in all, 625^ days at $1.25 

Hills, James & Son, Halifax : 1 pde hammer (900 lbs.), $45 ; 1 winch, $50 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, Halifax : plain wire fencing, 400 lbs. at 3c; manilla, 38^ lbs. at 16c, 
27g at 15c ; sundry, $2.75 

Spruce, &c: spruce plank, 3 in., 8,419 ft. at $13 ; spruce posts, 7 ft. x 6 in,, 150 at Hie. ; 1 in. 
spruce, 500 ft. at $11 ; sawn timber, 10 x 10 x 25 ft., 5,000 ft. at $16, 8 x 10 x 25 ft., 1,666 
ft. at $16 ; logs, 742 ft. at 8c; sundry, 70c; total, $305.64; paid as follows : Aug. Col- 
ford, $6.20; Chas. Conrod, $24 ; Matthew Daley, $29.53; Andrew Gatev, $7.15 : Henry 
Gatey, $66.63 ; Walter Gatey, $7. 12 j Wm. Warner, $166.01 

Payments under $5 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

East Port Medway : Reconstruction oi Wliarf, Sept. 6-Nov. 29, 1901. 

Conductor, Simeon Cohoon, 67 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jas. B. Phalen, 32| ; Daniel Vaughn, 23h ; Guy Vaughn, 26fl 
Team of oxen, 24 d. at $3, 74 at $2.50 



| cts , 
240 78 
L69 47 



316 28 



46 97 
22 00 
26 35 

is:; l'1 
24 00 


350 56 


33 45 


529 31 
16 12 
11 50 



2,000 00 



L98 14 


66 89 


372 75 


3! io .->:> 


55 % 


119 70 


2,054 10 


22 50 


48 82 


12 50 


15 48 


30 74 


3,388 13 



Labourers, in all 61442 d. at $1.25 

Dailey, John : dump bolts, 2,893 lbs. at He. : screw bolts, 231 lbs. at 8c. ; sundry. $19.56 . . 

McCltary, Geo. S.: spikes, 168 lbs., $6.13, 1 keg 7-in., $3.50, 1 at $3 25 : iron, 1.076 lbs. 

$20 .90; freight, $1.75; sundry, $3.10 



Carried forward 



139 00 

i65 38 

27 30 
60 75 
19 88 
99 00 
782 21 
95 00 

25 04 



305 04 
10 25 



1,729 45 



134 00 
121 63 
90 75 

7(58 03 
81 42 

38 63 



1.237 40 



V-152 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 F.DWXRD VII., A. 1902 



East Port Medway : Reconstruction of Wharf— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, Halifax : iron, 2,125 lbs. at $2.25 ; sundry, $1.20 

Timber, &c. : hemlock deal, 3-in., 13,075 ft. at $8 ; square timber, 347 ft. at 5c., GO ft. at 4c; 
hemlock logs, 10-in., 132 at 5c. ; 9-in., 4,432 at 4c. ; ballast poles, 22 ft. x 5 in. and 20 ft. 
xG in., 273 at 25c. ; spikes, 20 at 25c. ; total, $381.48 ; paid as follows : Fred W. Cohoon, 
§8.75; R. Cohoon, $8.75; A. Croft, $23.86; Henry Jodrey, $34.18; John Leanthern, 
$73.31 J. P. Mitchell, $104 00; A. Slagenwhite, $7.75; A. Weagle, $8.20; Sydney 
Weagle, $10; Wm. Weagle, $42 72 ; A. Whynot, $17.24; A. Wombolt, $5.60; James 
Wombolt, $5.12 ; Jeffrey Wombolt, $31 .40 

Sundry small payments 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

Eastern Passage, Halifax: Boat Harbour, Sept. 5-Nov. 5, 1900. 

Conductor, Francis McDonald, 481 d. at $2 . 50 ; less $20 . 76 for over-expenditure 

Sub-conductor, James York, sr., 47 d. at $1.50; carpenter, Wm. Iceton, sr., 47^ d. at $1.50. 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Cleary, A. 31J, Wm. 30.^; Conrod, A. 30J, David 30^; DeYoung, 
John 29i, Raymond 36^ ; Dunworth, Simeon 31, Wm. 24 ; Edwards, John 37, Fraser, 
Robt. 31; Himelman, Lewis 27k, Wm. 26| ; Hutt, Jas. 36| ; Iceton, Wm. jr. 35; Moser, 
Aaron 6; McDonald, Geo. 28, Sid. 39 ; Naugle, Alex. 36i ; Negus, Arthur 35i; Soward, 
Edw. 36, Jer. 27 ; Wells, Fred. 17, Wm. jr. 43^ ; York, Jas. jr. 4% Wm. 38/ 

Carters, days at $2.50 : Wm. Clarke 20, Edwd. DeYoung 29, Lewis Kelly 21, Danl. McDon- 
ald 37, Robt. McDonald 29, Wm. Naugle 30, John Smith 24| 

Austen Bros.: wheelbarrows, 1\ doz. at $22; L.H.R.P. shovels, 2 at $10.50; hardware, 
$11 .90 

Fuller, H. H. & Co. : 4| kegs wire spikes, $19.10 ; 7 lbs. wire rope, 98c 

Stone, 845 tons at 5c; trees, 6,926 at lc; posts, 13-15 ft. long, 221 at 25c; stringers, 372 at 
6c; paid as follows: Andrew Cleary $5.10, Edwd. Horn $2.40, Daniel McDonald 
$120.43, Wm. Naugle $8.35, Wm. Wells $41.75, Wm. Wells, jr. $2.25, Jas. York $8.80 

Small payments : use of store for tools, $5 ; lumber, $12.30 ; logs, 6-in, small end, 8 of 24 ft. 
at 50c, 6 of 12 ft. at 25c ; nails, 24c ; ferriage, 40c ; iron bands and bolts, $5 

Total, carried to page V— 5 ' 



Ecuui Secum, N. S. : Wharf 

King's Printer's account, $17 44 ; advertising, $81.86 

Englishtou it : Wharf. 



Inspector, John G. Morrison, July 26 d., Aug. 10 d. ( at $2 

McDonald, Hugh: building new wharf, contract, $6,197; less paid in 1899-1900 (see page 
V— 166) $3,490 



Total, carried to page V — 5. 



Englishtown : St. Ann's Wharf. 

A. J. McDonald, legal services 

Eskasoni, N. S. : Wharf. 

King's Printer's account, $18.92 ; advertising, $15.15. 



Fox Island, Lawrencetown, N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, James Sellars, 52 d. at $2 . 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Wm. Nagle, 42 ; Freeman Sellars, 25 

Team, Sydney Sellars, 21f d. at $3.50 ; one horse team, 46i d. at $2.3f 

Labourers, in all, 31864 d. at $1.25 

Conrod, Edmund : logs, 14 to 22 ft. long, 9-in. to 12-in. at small end, 1,450 ft. at 5c 

Fuller, H. H. Co.: peavies, 3 at $1.20 ; 1 axe, $2.25 ; sundry hardware, $15.71 

Laprere, Geo., spruce logs, 14 to 22 ft. long, 9 to 12-in., 1,310 ft. at 5c 

Moreash, James : cutting and sharpening bolts, 1,499 at 3c; hauling iron, $1.20 

Robertson, Wm. & Son, Halifax : bolt iron, |-in., 4,719 lbs. at $2.25 ; clinch rings, g-in., 93 

lbs. at 13c; sundry, $3.31 

Sellars, Angus : flooring, 3,500 ft. at lc; fenders, 740 ft. at 3c 

Sellars, Sydney : logs, 22 ft. long, 490 ft. at 5c; fenders, 600 ft. at 4c; flooring, 800 ft. at lc; 

wood for filling, 200 ft. at 3c; hauling iron, $8.45 

Total, carried to page Y — 5 



$ cts. 

1,237 46 

49 01 



381 48 
1 30 


1,669 25 


100 49 
141 75 



983 51 


476 25 


60 40 

20 08 


189 08 


28 44 


2,000 00 



99 30 



72 00 
2,707 00 
2,779 00 

57 OS 

64 07 



104 00 


100 50 


185 37 


398 30 


72 50 


21 56 


65 50 


46 17 


121 58 


57 20 


70 95 


1,243 63 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 153 



I liar's II. ...I : If ri >ak\% ater, May 20 June 90, 1901 



Foreman, Joseph Desvereux, 4 d. at $2.50 ; freight <>n oement, §40.50 

Dunn, John, spruce boards, 1-in., 921 ft. at SI. 40 . 

Lawrence, Walter, Portland cement, 135 brls. at 83; commission, 820.40; insurance, 83; 
wharfage, $2.70 



Total, carried to page V — 5 

GabaniM Bay, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Little, W. W., inspecting creosoted timber 

King's Printer's account, .$2.37 ; advertising, -1123.20 

Total, carried to page V— 5 

Grand Narrows: Repairs to Wharf, Nov. 2 30, 1901. 

Foreman, John Bryden, 8 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, 8 d. at $1,50, OA at $1.40 

Labourers, in all, 30£ d. at $1.25 

Bryden, Malcolm : iron, 624 lbs. at 3c. ; 1 keg spikes, $3.50 

McKinnon, Andrew H., cutting iron bolts, 100 at l^c 

McNeil .Michael J.: spruce piles, 24 ft. long, 8-in. at small end, 24 at $1.50 ; flooring spruce, 
22 ft. long, 35 pes. at 25c 

Total carried to page V — 5 

Great Village : Repairs to Wharf', July 319, 1900. 



I eta 

50 60 

12 90 

431 10 



194 50 



54 08 
125 57 



179 G5 



41 10 

38 11 

22 22 

1 50 

44 75 



Foreman, J. A. McDorman, 14 d. at $2 

Burnside, Stewart : carpenter, 9^ d. at $1.50 ; hire of horse and cart, 3 d. at 75c; hire of team, 

2d. at $1.25 

Chisholm, Robt. : labour, 8^ d. at $1.25 ; hire of team, 4 d. at $1.25 

Williams, J. D.: labour, 8J d. at $1.25; team and driver, 3| d. at $2.25; horse, cart and 

driver, 2 d. at $1.50 

5 labourers, 20£ d. in all at $1.25 ; labour, H d. at $1 ; team, 2 d. at $1.25 ; team and driver, 

1 d. at $2.25 

Blaikie, Melenda G.: spruce plank, 8,938 ft. at $9 ; 8x9 spruce, 972 ft. at $9 

Layton, L. C: iron, 154 lbs. at 3|c; spikes, 314 lbs. at 3|c; smith work, $3 ; sundries, $4 . . . 
Small payments : gravel, 100 lbs. at 4c; stone, 12 tons at 50c 



147 G8 



Total, carried to page V — 5 

Haulover : Repairing Canal, Sept. 17-Nov. 12, 1900. 

Conductor, Danl. Matheson, 22^ d. at $2 ; asst. conductor, Win. H. Swain, 4i d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Herbert, Chas.W., 8 ; Lvle, Geo.. 8, Isaac YJh ; Matheson, Jno. E., 
211 \v m . H., 21 ; Sholds, Geo., 21^ ; Slate, Geo., 15^ ; Smith, Frank, 8, Jas. 8, Jonathan, 
".6£, Lester, 16& Sain., 21; Sw^in, Ezra, 17, Foster, 15A, Heman, 8, Mathew, 20^, Win. 

H., 12 ; Towner, Silas, 19, Stan. 8 ; 5 small payments, $35.04 

Dory hire, $7 ; small spruce trees, 1,727 at $1.50 a 100, 1,200 at 75c; smith work, $5.85 ; horse- 
hire, $6.50 ; sundries, $4.56 , 



28 00 

19 00 
15 62 

21 75 

31 86 
89 19 
24 16 
10 00 



Total, carried to page V— 5 

Ingonish, North Bay : Breakwater. 

Henry & Smith : final estimate, Dec 20, 1900, $27,250 ; less paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 168)' 

•S3, 420 

McLeod, John E., services as inspector, July 1-Dec 18, 144 days at $2. . 

Total carried to page V— 5 



Kempt Head : Wharf. 

King's Printer's account, $18.22 ; advertising, $50.31 



i 



Isaac's Harbour, >.S. : Wharf. 

Reid & Archibald, estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1901, $3,105 ; less drawback, $305 

McMillan, John, inspector of work, Nov., 13 d., Dec, 6 d., Apl., 1 d., May, 27 d., June, 25 d. 

in all, 72 d. at $2.50 

Advertising, $63.18 ; Queen's Printer's Account, 118.68 

Total carried to page V— 5 



239 58 

51 75 

389 43 

58 82 

500 00 



23,830 00 
288 00 

24,118 00 



(is 53 



2,710 00 

180 00 
81 86 

2,971 86 



V-154 



AUDITOR JENERAUS REPORT, 19V0-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



L'Ardoise West, N.8. : Piers at La Bills Point, 1900. 



Foreman, Ephriam Sampson, 19j d. at $2.50 

Teams, carpenters, labourers, &c . . 

Clonnon, Capt. Thos., towing 90 pes. timber from St. Peter's to L'Ardoise 

Findlayson, Benj., blacksmith work 

La Bill, Stephen and Joseph, stone, 110 tons at 27c 

Matheson, D. K. : iron, 418 lbs. at 2ic ; sundry, $3.72 . 

Peters, Morris and Geo., spruce ballast floors, 16 ft., 4-in. small end, 150 at 20c: 

fenders, 20 at 25c , 

McDonald, James, West Bay, hemlock timber, 10-in. at small end, 1,905 ft. at 6c 
Payments under $6 

Total carried to page V — 5 



hardwood 



Little Bras d'Or, N.S. : Wharf. 



King's Printer's account, $2.08; advertising, $70.84. 



Livingstone Cove, July 1-Oct. 31, Bee. 1-23. 

Aug. -Oct., Dec, 69J d. at $2.50. 



sundry, $4.55. . . 



Foreman, John A. Gillis : July, L4 d. at 

Teams, capenters, labourers, &c 

Hanrahan, Joseph : cutting heading and pointing, 11,816 lbs. at l|c 

Kirk, D. G. : round iron, 10,240 lbs. at $3.15 ; sundry, $4.66 

Spruce : timber, 12 x 12 x 10 to 16 ft., 381 ft. at 10c. ; ties, 358 at 8c. ; boards, 300 ft. at $12 
ballast poles, 1,504 ft. at 2^c. ; total, $107.94 ; paid as follows : Andrew C. Gillis, $21.60 ; 
James Gillis, $17.44 ; James D. Gillis, $14.80 ; John Hanrahan, $16 ; Ronald McDonald 
$38.10 

Payments under $10 , 



Total, carried to page V- 



Loekport: Breakwater, July 2 Aug. 20, 1900, Bee. 1 to Jan. 14, 1 



901. 



Conductor, Harris Hardy : services, \\\ d. at $2; outlay, $5.10 

Conductor, David Peterson, services, 30 d. at $2.25 

Sub-conductors: Robert Abbott, 22* d. at $1.75, 14A at $1.50; Henry Anderson, 19A d. at 

$1.50 , : 

Carpenter, Jonathan Pence, 22| d. at $1 . 50 

Labourers, in all, 354 ■ 92 d. at $1 . 25 

Bill, J. F. : 3,100 lbs. of |-in. bolts, $102.60 ; spikes, 450 lbs., $20.25 ; nails, 150 lbs., $6.75 ; 

small payments, $9 . 35 

Nicoll, Frank G., spruce and fine timber, 4,224 ft. at 6c 

Moreau &Seldon : hemlock plank, 2-in., 13'363 ft. at $12 ; spruce boards, 1-in., 6,000 ft. at $12. 

Schooner Muriel, freight on plank and lumber e 

Towing logs : tug St. Michael, 109 logs, $30 ; Can. Atl. Canning Co., 55 logs at 40c 

Posts, 352 at 15c, paid as follows: M. Day, $7.50 ; James Firth, $7.80 ; Alex. Heltz, $7.50; 

Jas. McKenzie, $7.50; Jas. Stephens, $7.50; Henry Wisner, $7.50; Robt. Wisner, $7.50 
Stone, 3221 tons at 30c>5 paid as f vi ows . Q eo# Frith, $17.32; Leander Roache, $12.60; 

Win. Locke, $12. 15 ; 10 small payments, $54.68 

Small payments . 



Total carried to page V — 5. 



Mabou Harbour : Bepairs to Piers. 

Conductor, John D. Beaton, 66 d. at $2.50 

Sub-conductor, John D. McFachern, 66 d. at $1 .75 

Teams, double, at $2.50, single at $1.75, and labourers at $1.25 

Boyle, John D. : hire of winch, $6 ; team hire, 8 d. at $1 .50 , 

Brush, 3 ' 63 acres at $6, paid to sundry persons 

Stone, 628| c yds. at 50c . , paid to the following persons : Archy Botherson, $6 . 50 ; Thomas 

Burke, $10.75 ; Charles Cameron, $14.12 ; John Gillis, $7 ; Allan Mullins, $15.25 ; Alex. 

M. McDonald, $23.50; Alex. R. McDonald, $8.56; Chas. McDonald, $8 ; John McDonald, 

$19.62 ; John McDonald (Marv), $8.62; John A. McDonald (Ronald), $11.25 ; John B. 

McDonald, $17.50; Malcolm " McDonald, $14.50; Rory McDonald (Angus), $14.75 ; 

Rory R. McDonald, $19.50; Andrew J. McEachern, $9; Donald R. McEachern, $21.50; 

Hugh R. McEachern, $9; Angus F. Rankin, $9.75; Angus W. Rankin, $6; Donald 

Rankin, $9 ; Thos. White, $11 ; small payments, $39.70 

Payments under $5 

Total carried to page V — 5 , ... 



$ cts, 

49 37 

1<)7 55 

23 00 

8 18 

29 70 

14 17 

35 00 
114 30 

14 17 

485 44 



[2 92 



201 75 


1,981 52 


181 79 


327 22 


107 94 


22 31 


2,822 53 


88 10 


67 50 


90 20 


33 60 


443 65 


139 00 


253 44 


232 37 


34 54 


52 00 


52 80 


96 75 


18 00 


1,601 95 


165 00 


115 50 


350 18 


18 00 


21 75 



314 37 
14 35 



999 15 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-155 



Malignant Cove, JV.S. : Breakuatir. 

Conductor, Hubert Bon vie, 11 d. at $2, 1084 at S3 

Teams, double, at §2.50, single at 81.75 ; cm pentera at 81.50 ; labourers at 91.21 



water boys 



at 75c, 



Chisholm, Alex. A., sheathing, 27,240 ft. at $15 

Chisholm, D. J.: hire of boat, 4 in. at 82; sundry. $2.25 

Chisholm, Dan. M. : hardwood sheathing, 302 lin. ft. at 9o.; ballast poles, 70!) lin. ft. at 3.',c; 
sundry, $7.26 

Grant, Donald ; hardwood sheathing, 200 ft. at 9e.; hardwood fenders, 40 ft. at lie 

Kirk, D. G.; iron, 1,813 lbs. at 3c.; 1 Bet trolley wheels and axles. $20.09 : rope, 07.', lbs. al 
20c.; 1 double block, §3 ; 13 Thompson augers, $11.50 ; 2 scrapers at $8.75 ; sundries, 
$28.08 

McDonald, Alex. (John's son), ballast poles, 340 lin. ft. at 3ic 

McDonald, Alex., damage to road hauling stone 

McDonald, Alex. (Gow), damage to cultivated land caused by hauling timber through it 

McDonald, Angus (John's son), spruce ballast poles, 840 lin. ft. at 3£c 

McDonald, James : bolts, 17. 136 lbs. at He; sundry, $25.36 

McDonald, Ronald J.: hardwood sheathing, 200 lin. ft. at 9c; hardwood fenders, 40 fc. at lie. 

McGillivray, D. A., covering 3-in. 1,040 b. m. at §12 

Payments under $10 

Total carried to page V— 5 . ... 



JIargaree Harbour, N.S. : Improvements of Harbour Works. 

Foremen : John R. McLennan, 80 d. at $2.50 ; Wm. White, 75£ at $2.50 

Teams, labourers, carpenters, divers, &c 

Chisholm, Martin W., trucking iron 

Lawrence, W. S. : rope, 58g lbs. at 20c; hire of boat, 27 d. at 25c; sundry, $4(3.37 

Munro, John C.: manilla, 54 lbs. at 15c; sundry, $12.32 

McArthur, W. B.: refined iron, 460 lbs. at $2.05, 4,391 at $2 ; sundry, $6.36 

McDonald, Patrick, trucking pile driver, shear legs and other fittings 

McDougall, Angus R. : iron worked, 4,198 lbs. at He; derrick iron work, 157 lbs. at 5c; 
drill steel, 136 lbs. at 9$c; g and g-in. iron, 1,896 lbs. at $2.30 ; sundries, $49.88 

McFarlane, John D., trucking of pile driver 

McLennan, John R.: truckage of pile driver, $10.23 ; freight, $22.80 ; travelling expenses, 
$9.80 

McLeod, Joseph A., trucking of iron rope .... 

O'Brien, M. J. : dynamite, 300 lbs. at 18c; battery and head wire from Halifax, $26.20; sundry, 
$23.67 

Stairs, Wm., Son & Morrow : 1 diving dress, $65 ; 1 pair mitts, $5 ; sundry, $1.20 

Sutherland, R. J., fare of self and tender, freight, &c . . 

White, Wm., travel and sundry outlay 

Stone, 134 58 cubic yds. at 50c; paid to the following persons : John Arsenault, $4.50 ; Peter 
Arsenault, $1 14 ; Peter B. Arsenault, $1.14 ; John Blanchard, $11.08; Geo. Buckles, 
$3.12: L. Chaisson, $9.62; M. Chaisson, $5.50; N. Deagle, $2.25 ; Alex. Le Blanc, $5; 
John Meuse, $10. 00; Philip Meuse, $8.78; John Ross, $4.50 I 

Timber, spruce, 29 ft. long, 10 in. at small end, 145 ft at 12c; 17 to 25 ft., 10 x 10 in., 411 ft, 
at 10c; 16 ft. x 10 x 10 in., 134 ft. at 9c; asst. sizes, 802 ft. at 8c, 8,002 ft. at 7c, 1,526| 
ft. at V>hc, 126 ft. at 6c, 2,400 ft. at 3c; sundry, $2 ; total, $917.64 ; paid to the following 
persons: D. G. Buckles, $6.63; M. W. Cameron, $31.36; A. A. Chisholm, $13 52; 
Martin Chisholm, $31.92; Patrick J. Chisholm, $29.41; Patrick W. Chisholm, sii7.!>7 : 
W. D. Chisholm, $11.85; Martin Coady, $6; Sylvester Doucet, $13. 78; D. J. Gillis, 
$39.86; James McDaniel, NS3.23; Alex. L. McDonell, $24; A. M. McDonell, $86.66; 
A. H. McDougall, $18; Angus McFarlane, $17.40; Angus Mclnnis, $26.09; James 
Mclnnis, $7.56; John D. Mclnnis, $34.49; Daniel Mcintosh, $90.30; Kenneth 
Mcintosh, $12.60; Hugh McKay, $13.72; John D. McKay, $20.82; Alex. McKinnon, 
*17.70; Daniel S. McLean, $22.26; Donald C. McLean, $10.80; D. R. McLennan, 
$20.40 ; Rod. W. McLennan, $44.10 ; Ronald D. McLennan, $19 32 ; Laughlin McNeil, 
$31.36; Lauchlin M. McNeil, *35.50 ; M. M. McNeil, $17.43; John A. McQuilkin, 
$4 .20 ; Nicholas Tompkins, $49 . 28 ; 2 payments. $2 

Small payments 



Total carried to page V— 5. 



$ cts . 

347 50 

4,712 99 

ins 60 

10 25 

67 80 

22 40 



I is 06 

11 on 

12 no 
15 00 

11 90 
286 91 

22 40 

12 48 
33 45 



6 123 64 



388 00 
,574 00 

14 37 
04 87 
20 42 

103 61 
12 00 

177 % 22 

15 00 

42 83 
10 00. 

103 87 
71 20 
14 50 

16 26 



(17 20 



ITIargaree Island: Wharf, July 1-Aug. 11, 1900. 

Foreman, Jos. A. McLellan, 36 d. at $2, 2 at $2.50 ; carpenter, D. J. Gillis, 494 d. at $2. . . . 

Masons : Timothy Gallant, 19£ d. at $2.50 ; Neil McDonald, 23 d. at $2 

Labourers, d. at $1.25: Cameron, Donald, 21 h ; Devaux, Chas., 7£ ; Deveaux, Pat., 8£ ; 
Fraser, Simon, 20| ; McTsaac, Alex., 19, Donald, 43; McKinnon, Neil, 14; McLellan, 
Angus A.. 174, Donald J.,27i : McLennan, Arch., 28f ; McLeod, Chas. J., 27.}, Jas. N., 
20, Jos. A., 27|; McNeil, Alex., 27}, Jas. A., 9; McPheraon, Norman, 22',; McRae, 
John A., 20.1 ; Shore, Jas. McNeil, 16} ; Wilkains, Donald, 13 ; 17 payments under $10, 
$64.66 

Carried forward 



917 


04 


81 56 


3,095 


30 


17*; 


00 


94 


75 



553 94 



824 69 



V-156 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Margaree Island, N.S. : Wliarf— Concluded. 



Brought forward, 



Labourers : Ronald J. McLellan, 5 d. at $1 ; Colin McKinnon, 10 d. at $1 ; hauling stone, 
Rod. McRae, 8 d. at $2.50 

Beaton, Alex., damage to hay land caused by timber of Margaree Island Wharf 

McEachern, Hugh : trucking iron at $1 a M. lbs, -$7.88 ; 6 x 6 in. x 10^ ft. pine, 42 ft at 16c. 

Mclsaac, Alex. : horse-hire, 6 d., $20 ; hauling, rafting and truckage, $16.98 

McLellan, Archie R. : 12 x 12 spruce. 84 ft. at 28c. ; 2 mooring posts, 25 ft. at 25c 

McPherson, John, working iron in forge, 6,173 lbs. at l^c 

Rafting timber, &c: Alex. R. Gillis, $3.74; Neil McKinnon, $10.84; Simon McLellan, 
$15.80; Don. Wilkains, $10.52 

Ballast stone, 421 cub. yds. at 40c, paid as follows: Patk. Deveaux, $52.40; Alex. F. Mc- 
Lellan, $55.60 ; Don. M. McLellan, $16 ; Fred McLellan, $21.20 ; Simon McLellan, $18 ; 
Alex. J. McQuilkin, $5.20 

3 small payments: rope, $5.05; axe, $1.10; rent of boat, $1.75; boating iron, $2.67; sun- 
dries, $1 . 15 ; voucher out, $1 , 



Less charged to 1901-2 

Total carried to page V — 5 . 



Margaretville : Repairs to Breakwater, Sept. 16-Nov. 8, 

Conductor, Norman Ray, services, 34^ d. at $2 ; lumber and hardware, $22.01 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 ; Isaac F. Coulston, 34^, Chas. Ray, 11 T V 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : James Roach, 17 '65 ; John Watson, 15*65 

Shovelers, days at $1.25 : F. K. Atchison, 13*05 ; Wm. Magranehan, 8*2 ; Captain John 

Ray, 8*95 ; Chas. Roach, 11*65 ; Wm. Roach, 14*8 ; 14 payments under $10, $49.91. . . . 

Double teams, days at $2 : Geo. Harris, sr.,8*5 ; D. McLean, 2 ; F. McNeily,4*6 ; John Nixon,3*6 

Single teams, days at $1.50 : Alonzo Harris, 10*55 ; A. Hodgins, 7*3 ; C. McLean, 2*7 ; D. 

» McLean, 4*15 ; H. McMurtry, 4'85 ; John Patterson, 5*1 ; Chas. Ray, 1*7 ; Captain 

John Ray, 9*95 ; B. Stronach, 6 "6 

Round spruce logs, 1,714 ft. of 8-in. at small end at 3c. ,28 ft. of 10-in. at 4c. : Isaac F. Coulsten, 

$11.61 ; C. McLean, $11.56 ; Thos. Ray, $21.93 ; Geo. E. Watson. $7.44 . 

Cutting, heading and pointing iron, $2 ; use of plow, 40 h at 5c 

Total carried to page V— 5 

Med way River : clearing channel, Aug. 4-Sept. 29, 1900. 

Conductor, Saml. Manthorn, 36^ d. at $2.50 ; sub-conductor, Saml. Vienot, 16f d. at $1.40. . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Hatt, Bradford, 33 ; Manthorn, Parish, 33i ; Gilbert, 34| ; 
Olmstead, Aug. 16J ; Chas., 12| ; Parnell, Chas., 30| ; Elisha, 31| ; Taylor, Enoch, 9| ; 
3 small payments, $9. 99 . . 

Lockwood, J as. D. : sharpening drills, 928 at 5c; sundry smith work, $2.64 

Mackintosh, Chas. V. : 65 lbs. dynamite, $15.90 ; 16 coils fuse, $8 ; drill steel, $7.22 ; 38 lbs. 
rope, $5.89 ; sundries, $5.13 

Thompson, Thos. : use of derrick, 31 d. at 50c 

6 small payments : use of drills and hammers, $2 ; trucking and hauling derrick, $5 ; horse- 
hire, $4.50 ; sundries, $2.40 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Jtleteghan Cove: Breakwater, July 27-Aug. 31, Sept. 29-Oct. 31, Bee. 1-31 

Conductor, Philemon L. Robichaud, 83 d. at $3 , 

Foreman : Marc L. Deveau, 22| d. at $1.60 ; Ben Robichaud, 42£ d. at $1.90 

Carters, labourers, etc 

■Spiney, E. K. : refined iron, 2,590 lbs. at $2.40 ; less by freight allowance, $1.94 

Logs, &c: 795 ft. at 7c, 592 at 6c, 14,589 at 5c, 196 at 4c; ballast poles, 989 at He, 8,366 
at la; spruce plank, 4-in. 6,500 ft. at $10, 4,177 at $9 ; sundry, $2 ; total, $1,031.53 ; 
paid to the following person : Jos. Amirault, $13.25 ; Luke Babine, $36.10 ; Liboire 
Boudreau, $39.99 ; Comeau, A. L., $3.99 ; Ben. C, $27.50 ; D. M., $5.88 ; Ed. B., $25.44 ; 
Jer. H., $35.33 ; Peter E. $8.08 ; S. B., $4.75 ; Deveau, B. J., $44.45 ; Jos. J., $90.32 ; 
Philip, J., $12.95 ; Dugas, L. P., $61.12 ; German, Thos., $30.54 ; Geddy, M., $3 ; 
Vital, $1.50 ; LeBlanc, Aug. $71.11 ; Ben. B., $17.95 ; Ben. W., $31.95 ; Thos. $9.05 ; 
V., $21.43 ; Melancon, John T„ $94.95 ; Joseph, $34.50 ; Jos. F., $19.05 ; McCally 
Vincent, $9.73 ; Robichaud, Chas. T. $4.48 ; Ed. L., $5.45 ; Fidele, $4.92 ; Louis B., 
$27.90'; Raymond, N. J., $65; Soulier, Ben. L., $14.40; Elie S., $9.12; Enos. S., 
$4.80 ; Mark L., $42.65 ; Nereis, $3.44 ; Peter C, $3.25 ; Thibodeau, Jos. C, $8.20 ; 
Philip, J., $27.96 ; Trahan, O., $8.40 ; Simeon, $44.45 

"Small payments . 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



$ cts, 
824 69 



35 00 

13 00 

14 60 

36 98 
29 76 
92 59 

40 90 



168 40 

12 72 

1,268 64 
63 11 



1,205 53 



91 00 
68 40 
46 62 

120 69 
37 40 



79 33 

52 54 
4 00 



499 98 



114 07 



262 46 
49 04 

42 14 
15 50 

13 90 


497 11 


249 00 

116 67 

2,013 71 

60 22 



1,031 53 

28 82 



3,499 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-157 



Uletoiiliaii River, N.s. : Reeonstrnetloii of Breakwater. 

Conductor, Chas. L. Robichaud, 220 d. at 88 

Foreman, Seraphim J. Comeau, 183J d. at $2 

Carpenters and labourers al $1, and teams at $2 a day 

Comeau A. 11. : refined iron. L,3051bs. at 82.75, 9,390 at 82.70, 1,010 at $2. 60, 4,966 at 82.50, 

(5 990 at sl>.-j:»; lM.lt end iron, 1-in., 200 lbs. at 6c, 149 atSJc; wrut. spikes, 600 lbs. al 
54a, 28 kegs at 84.50; wire spikes, 5 kegs at $3.50; manilla rope, 300 lbs. at lO^c, 223 
at 10c, 194 : , ! at 15c; windlass for scow, $18; 1 plough, $12; oakum, 325 lbs. at 7V ; 
sundry, $98.69 

Comeau, Vincent P. : dumps, 13-in., 1,124 lbs. at la; sundry, 810.49 

Wood worth, Thos. : dumps, 1.049 lbs. at l£c; 7,579 at la, 2,6S6 at ^c; bolts, 6,521 lbs. 
at 4c, Bundry, 872.32 

Spruce: logs. 295ft. at 9c, 144 at 74c, 2,863 at 7c, 2,716 at 6c, 12,214 at 5a, 6,575 at 4c, 
135 at 3C, 4,240 at 2ic.. 8,414 at 2c. ; sheathing, 6-in., 34,729 ft. at $11 ; flooring, 3-in. 
and 4 in., 27,177 ft. at $11 ; plank, 3-in., 7,127 It. at $12, 20,218 at $11 ; stringers, 4-m., 
1,645 ft. at $11; knees, 20 at 82c, 27 at 53c; scantling, 1,993 ft. at $10; paid to 
the following persons: Babin, Luc, $4.35; Boudreau, Leon, $10 ; Boudreau, Luc. 
L., $6.75; Comeau, A. H., $931.65; Dedie, M., $17.85; Frank E., $37.97; F. M., 
810 50 ; H., (Am.) $74.34 ; J. B., $4.10 ; John J. T., $39.25 ; Marc. V., $15.50 ; M. F., 
84 60 • 1' M 846 49 ; Deveau, F. P., $58.93 ; Dentremont, D., $5.40 ; Leblanc, Jos. N., 
si 7 40, Sym., $11.80 ; Maillet. U., $3.37 ; Melansen, Theo. $3 ; Raymond, N. J., $85.52 ; 
Robichaud, E. J., $886.17, Jos. L., $133; Saulnier, B. L., $8.69, J. T., $67.72, S. M., 
$29.28, V. T., $51.60 ; Therriault, John N., $34.46 

Total, carried to page V— 5 

Jttorden, N.S. : Repairs to Wharf. 

Conductor, Uriah Graves, 103f d. at $2.50 

Sub-conductor, Deforest Minnis, 90 9 d. at $2 

Carters, labourers, &c 

Dodge, B. H., Kentville : iron, |-in. to 1-in., 2,000 lbs. at 2^c. ; 1 auger, $2.25 

Johnson, Wm. : sawn spruce sheathing, 6-in thick, 13,500 ft., at $10 ; spruce plank, 3-in., 
2,500 ft. at $9 • 

Robertson, Wm. & Son., Halifax: dump bolts 8,925 lbs. at $2.30 ; screw bolts, 530 lbs. at 
$3.50; clinch rings, 165 lbs. at 13a; wire spikes, 7-in., 4 at $2.95; mooring rings, 2 at 
$2.50 ; washers, 125 lbs., at $3.50 ; sundry, $5.90 

Spencer, Capt. Edw., freighting 4£ tons iron ... ■•.••••••••-•/ 

Spruce and hemlock logs: 10-in., 21,470 ft. at4|c; 8-in., 2,151ft. at 3£c; 6-m., 13,920 ft. at 
2Ac; total, $1,389.43 ; paid to the following Dersons : Jesse Barnaby, $16.18; Jesse 
Bennett, $23.24 ; Nelson Boyd, $59.48 ; James Dempsey, $54.90 ; Wallace Dempsey 
$46 05 ; Wm. Dempsey, $165.19 ; Wm. Finlay, $3.72 ; Watson Graves, 831.76 ; Wm 
Graves, $98.66; Edw. Hussey, $70.69; Thos. Hussey, $28.83; Wm. Johnson, $87.89 
Joseph Lee, $85.82; Henry Meekins, $198.02; Deforest Minnis, $125.03; Alonzo 
McCormack, $1.35; Hugh McGarvey, $124.11; James McMillan, $71.68 ; Burton 
Ogilvy, $96.89 ■ 

Small payments 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



UIcNair's Cove, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf. 



at 



Foreman, Alex. McDougall, 54 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, blasters, labourers and teams 

Kirk, D. G.: iron, 1,269 lbs. at 3c; drill steel, 37 lbs. at 15c; blasting powder, 2 keg 

$3.50 ; fuse, 8 coils at 50a; rope, 26$ lbs. at 20c. ; sundry, $15.12 

McDonald, Capt. A.: use of quarry for season, $8 ; privilege of allowing to change course of 

stream, $10 ; brush, 50 loads at 10c 

McEachern, Dougall : making bolts, 438 at 3c; sundry, $9.90 

McEachern, L. J.: plank, 178 ft., $1.78 ; sundry, 00c 

Ballantine, Stewart, round timber, to 8 ft. long, 36 pes. at 25c , 20 ft. long, 10 in. x 10 in., 3 

pes. at $1. 50 . . 

McDonald, Donald : plank, 1,008 ft. at $10 ; trucking, $2.50 

McEachern, Geo., covering, 12 ft. long 10 x 4 in., 70 pes. at 35c 

McLellan, Arch'd.: spruce, 20 ft. long 12 x 12, 3$ tons at $5 ; spruce, 20 ft. long 10 in. top, 

220 at 10c 

Small payments 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Neil's Harbour, N.S.: Breakwater. 



Advertising. 



8 eta 

660 no 
366 50 

:;,925 30 



1,061 25 
21 73 

214 02 



2,599 69 



8,848 55 


259 00 

181 80 

1,466 75 

52 25 



157 50 



272 36 
9 00 



1,389 49 
41 74 


3,829 89 


134 99 
816 63 


75 04 


23 00 

23 04 

2 38 


13 50 
12 58 
24 50 


39 50 


1,198 71 



if.2 ::; 



V-158 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



New Harbour, Guysboro' Co., N.S.: Breakwater. 

McManus, J. B., final estimate, Sept. 27, 1900, $17,070; less paid in 1899-1900 (page V-174) 

$1,110 

Gillie, Edward, services as inspector of work, July, 26 d. at $2, Aug. 1-Sept. 27, 50 d. at $3. . 



Total, carried to page V— i 



North Wallace, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf. 

Betts, L. H.: spruce plank, 19,300 ft. at $10.75 



Ogden's Pond, N.S.: Opening Pond and Reconstruction of 
Reach Protection. 

Conductor, Alex. McDonald, 68^ d. at $2.50 

Sub. foreman, John Smith, 6^ d. at $1.75 

Carters, carpenters, labourers, &c 

Dominion Iron & Steel Co. , creosoted piles, 24 ft. , 432 In. ft. at 50c 

Kirk, D. G.: iron, 2,130 lbs. at 3c; wrot spikes, 610 lbs. at 4c; sundry, $19.37 ; freight, $24; 
commission, $1.20 

McKinnon, Dougald : forging iron, 2,130 lbs. at l^c ; screw bolts, 50c 

Trotter, F. R., hauling : pile driver, $6 ; 6 loads piles at $2 

Timber, &c: sheathing, 3,000 ft. at $14 ; spruce, 6,668 ft. at $14 ; spruce, 8 to 9 in., 2,566 ft. 
at 9c, 6 in., 552 ft. at 4c, 10 in., 438 ft. ai 10c; hardwood sheathing, 4,704 ft. at $16 ; 
total $507 43; paid to the following persons: Angus Bovd, $28 ; Angus Chisholm, $5.81 ; 
Colin Chisholm, $17.10 ; John A. Chisholm, $8.61; Edw. Dalton, $64.98; James Grant, 
$15.90 ; John Grant, $5.60 ; Thos. Grant, $9.10 ; Pat. Hanrahan, $64.26 ; Angus Kennedy, 
$18.27 ; John McDonohue, $75.26 ; John A. McDonald, $21.30 ; Arch. M. Dougall, $14 ; 
Donald McKinnon, $33.30; Arch. McLellan, $11.20 ; Donald McLennan, $20.12 ; Angus 
McNeil, $16.20 ; Dan. W. McNeil, $26.61; Michael King, $15.09; John Smith, $36:72. . 

Total, carried to page V— 5 * 



©gilvie Wharf: Repairs, Nov. 1-Dec. 18, 1900. 

Conductor, R. S. Armstrong, 40 d. at $2 ; less 13c for over-expenditure 

Carpenter at $1.75, B. R. Gould, 25 d. ; teamster, H. F. Armstrong, 22 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1 50 : W. Brown 9|, R. E. Marshall 22£, J. T. Morris 18, A. W. 

Ogilviel6| _ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Jas. McGuire 21, S. Neeves 6 

Balcom, Weston : iron, 995 lbs. at 2|c ; cutting and heading iron, 2,370 lbs. at 5c per cwt. ; 

smith work, $3 .... , 

Clark, John G. : iron. 808 lbs. at 2|c ; sundries, $10.69 ; truckage, $1 

Spruce, 10 in. at top, 600 ft. at 4c : H. F. Armstrong, $12, David Clem, $12 

Spruce, 1,071 ft. of 8 in. top at 3c, 80 ft. of 12 in. at 5c: B. R. Gould $24.13, Isaiah 

Ogilvie$12 

Hardwood, 10 in. at top, 800 ft. at 8c : N. Beckwith $19.20, A. Clem $25,60, Chas. Lutz 

$19 20 

Small payments : rope, 25 lbs. at 18c ; ballast, 27 tons at 20c 



Total, carried to page V— 5 . 



Parker's Cove : Extension of Wharf. 

Anderson, W. H. ($2,718.98)— 

Contract complete for breakwater extension, $2,949 ; extras, raising breakwater extension 
2 ft. over and above height shown on plan and specification, as per tender and agree- 
ment, Aug. 27, 1900, $800 ; less $1,080 paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 175) 

Interest on $1,629 balance of final estimate from Oct. 20, 1900, date of passing same, to 

June, 1901, date of payment, 224 d. at 5 per cent 

Milner, Capt. David : inspector on construction of breakwater extension, July 16-Oct. 17, 

1900, 81 d. at $2 

Advertising . . 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



$ cts. 



15,960 00 
202 00 



16,162 00 



207 47 



171 25 

11 37 

,295 16 

216 00 

132 87 
32 45 
18 00 



507 43 



2,384 53 



79 87 
87 74 


99 75 

27 00 


39 72 
31 89 
24 00 


36 13 


64 00 
9 90 


500 00 



2,669 00 

49 98 

162 00 
10 25 



2,891 23 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-159 



Parrsboro', TV. S. : Repairs to Breakwater, Aug. 20-Nov. 8, 1900. 

Foreman, Fleming Brown, 67 d. at $3 • less .$1.78 for over-expenditure 

Sub-foreman, .John Smythe, 02 d. at $1 75 

Carpenters, days at SI. 50: H. Brown 64f, Thos. Curley 44, John Dickerson 11, Robt. Gibson 
llf, Walter Gkrald 27|, Wint. King 34?, Alex. Kitty 54, Albert Smith 52}, Win. Smith 
50f, Win. L. Smith 27i, S. Morwick 7, John Wood 47^ 

Labourers, days at -SI .25 : S. Best 38, Edwd. Blinkhorne 5, Frank Brown 14, Win Conlin 18, 
Thos. Fulton 27J, Clifford Gilbert 27|, E. B. King 39f, Jas. McGuire 38.^, H. Newcomb 
32f, Ervdn Parker 43i, Richard Quinn 86£, Wallace Smith 32j, John Wason 39A 

Double tram, ( Jeo. Haws, 42 d. at $3.50 ; horse, Robt. Gibson, 17i d. at -SI 

1 >vas, A. H., stone, 1,800 tons at 50c 

Fullerton, C. & V. B. : bolt iron, 7,811 lbs. of Jin. at 3fc, 3,519 lbs. of g-in. at 4c. ; 8-in 
spikes, 7 kegs at $4.50 ; sundry hardware, $10.21 

Price, O. L. : spruce deals, 35,000 ft. at $11 ; hemlock, 8,000 ft. at $10 ; x 8 spruce, 2,720 
ft. at $11 

Reid, E. R. : round timber, 20,300 1. ft. at 5c 

Hardware : Adams & Mason, $13 ; W. J. Gibson, $9.45 



Total, carried to page V— 5. 



Parrsboro' : Wliarf. 

Reid & Archibald, estimate No. 1, to June 30, 1901, contract. 
Robinson, William, inspector of work, June, 24 d. at §2.50. . 
King's Printer's account, $22.02 ; advertising, $154.02 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Partridge Island: Repairs to Pier, July 3-28, 1900. 



X ets. 

199 22 
lux 50 



679 46 



490 59 
164 49 
900 00 

475 37 

494 92 

1,405 00 

22 45 

5,000 00 



3,470 00 

00 00 

176 64 



3,706 64 



Foreman, R. G. Lavers, 20^ d. at $2 ; blacksmith, A. Davidson, 13^ d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1 .50 : John Morrise, 8i ; J. Smith, 13 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : G. DeMill, 13| ;~A. Jackson, 9£ ; H. Leadley, 8i ; 6 small pay 

ments, $42 18 " 

Labourer with team : J. Adams, 1^ d. at $3 . 50 

Howard, R. A. : iron, 1,505 lbs. at 3c. ; wire spikes, 2 kegs, $7.20 

Price, O. L. : round and sided hemlock timber, 13,949 ft. at $8.50 ; 7,945 ft. hemlock deals, 

$67.53 ; 1,687 ft. of 8 x 10 timber, $14.34 ; spikes, $11.80 

Tucker, M. L. : hemlock deals, 4,700 ft. at $9. 

4 small payments : cartage, $3.50 ; 2 augers with cranks, $3.25 ; 56 hardwood wedges, 56c. 

3 cold'chisels, $2 ; steel bolts, 8 lbs. at 20c 



Total carried to page V — 5 . 



Partridge Island, N.S. : Repairs to Breakwater, June 4-29, 1900. 

Foreman, R. G. Lavers, 23 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters at $1 .50, labourers $1 .25, teams at $3.50 

Adams <!fc Mason : iron, 891 lbs. at 2£c; sledge handles, 36c 

Fullerton, C. & S. B., spikes, 4 kegs at $3.28 

Fullerton, Ford, 2 loads spruce timber, 2,464 ft. at 10c 

Huntley, D. A. : timber, 6 pieces, 10 x 10, 984 ft. at $15 ; hauling, $1 

Hunston, Samuel, 32 trees containing 3,438 ft 

Pickard, John : 1 auger, $1 . 67 ; sundry, $1 . 50 



Total, carried to page V — 5. 



Pereaux, N.S. : Landing Pier. 



King's Printer's account. 



Petit de Grat, N.S.: Reconstruction of Protection Work and Dredging. 



Foreman, Dominick Baudrat, 9 d. at $3 

Labourers at $1 . 40 and $1 . 25 a day ... 

Boudrat, Simon : spruce cross ties, 8 ft. x6 in., 105 at 25c.; hauling 50 logs at 25c. 

Gerriar, Baptiste, spruce wharf logs, 20 ft. x 9 in., 17 at 75c ... 

Grimes, Daniel, iron bolts pointftl, 883 lbs. at 4|c 

Terrio, C. P., & Son, spruce wharf logs, 20 ft. x 9 in., 33 at 75c 

Sundry items. . 



Total carried to page V— 5. 



60 87 
32 25 

80 92 

5 25 

52 35 

212 24 
42 30 

10 91 



497 09 



57 50 
217 86 
22 64 
13 12 
24 64 
15 75 
27 00 
3 17 

381 68 



14 25 



27 00 


356 30 


38 75 


12 75 


37 53 


24 75 


2 92 


500 00 



V-160 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-190 1 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Pietou Light, N.S. : Beach Protection. 

Foreman, Hector McKinnon, 49 d. at 12.50 

Labourers, in all, 186'25 d. at $1.25 ..... 

Christie, John R., ferrying men to and from Pietou Light Beach, Oct. 15-Nov. 31, 27 d. at $1.50. 

Fullerton, D., & Son : 3-in. deals, 600 ft., $7.20 ; truckage, 80c 

Powell, H., stone, 21 yds. at 60c 

Porter, David : spruce piles, 8-in., 778 ft. at 5c; spruce timber, 1,410 ft. at $12.. 

Reddy, G. C.:<com. bolts, 240 lbs. at 5c; screw bolts, 120 lbs. at 6c; sundry, $2.09 

Small payments 

Total, carried to page V — 5 

Plynipton: Repairs to Breakwater, July 30-Nov. 16, 1900. 

Conductor, C. T. Warner: services, 84 d. at $3 ; horse-hire, 8 d. at $2 ; freight, &c, $2.50 ; 

less, $18 for overcharge of time and 37c for over-expenditure 

Sub-conductor, Joseph McCaulley, 63 d. at $2 

Labourers, d. at $1.25: Amiro, Ambrose 21i|, Jas. J. 16| ; Comeau, Wm. W., 9 ; Gosson, 

Jas., 16£ ; Melancon, Chas., 16J ; Oliver, Jos., 27 ; O'Neill, Arch. 10, Elias 9£, Sam. 8 ; 

Tibbetts, Chas. 16|, David 12| ; Warner, H. E., 19 ; 5 payments under $10, $36.56 

Teamsters, days at $2.50 : Clarence Frotten, 30| ; Theo. Melancon, 16| 

McKay, John F. : J-in. refd. iron, 1,540 lbs. at $2.60; working iron, 1,540 lbs. at la; sundry 

smith work and materials, $5.69 ; freight and truckage, $3.90 

Spinney, E. K. : iron, 2,175 lbs. at $2.25 ; augers, $2.70 ; freight, 30c 

Warner, H. W. B. : spruce flooring, 1,500 ft. at 2c ; piling, 7-in. small end, 1,500 ft. at 2c ; 

spruce plank, 500 ft, at $10 ; rope, 50 lbs. at 12c ; hardware, $12.25 ; use of plow and 

scraper, $4 ; yard rent, $5 

Hemlock timber, 3,696 ft. at 6^c, paid as follows : Amiro, C. M. $8.62, Mark, sr. $17.48, 

Mark C. $25.36. Roger G. $3.62 ; Andrews, J. V., $33.16 ; Cook, Lewis, $6.75 ; Doucett, 

Alfred, $22.36 ; Melanson, F. H. $25.79, John E. $6 87 ; Robichau, Justine, $28.36 ; 

Tebedo, Alex. E. $11.92, B. E. $10.49, John E. $4.81 ; Tebo, F. $22.23, S. E. $3 

Total carried to page V— 5 

Porter's Lake, N.S. : Dredging and Breakwater. 

Conductors : J. M. Inglis, 68 d. at $3.50 ; John D. McDonald, 2^ d. at $2.50 

Foremen : John Conrod, 14 d. at $2.50, 57 at $2 ; Andrew Bellefontaine, 54| d. at $2 ; James 
J. Gatz, 25| d. at $2 ; Jeremiah Fillis, 23* d. at $2 ; D. LaPierre, 39 d. at $2 ; John 
McDonald, 59| d. at $2 ; Andrew Petipas, 16 d. at $2 

Timekeeper, J. G. Bishop, 62 d. at $2 , 

Blacksmiths, carpenters, teams, labourers, &c 

Austin Bros., Halifax: dynamite, 250 lbs. at 20c ; shovels, 6 doz. at $10.50; picks and 
handles, 1 doz., $10.50,' 5 doz. at $9 ; wheelbarrows, 4 doz. at $22; Edison pump, 6 ft. 3 in. 
pipe, $25; suction hose, 3-in., 10 ft. at $3 ; crowbars, 1 doz., 355 lbs. at 6c ; 1 forge, 
$12.50 ; 1 anvil, 120 lbs. at 9c ; mattocks, 1 doz., $10 ; hammers, 66 lbs. at 12c ; Toledo 
steel, 107 lbs. at 10c ; chain, |-in., 145 lbs. at 6|c. ; clav picks, 1 doz. at $7.50 ; 1 30-in. 
bellows, $6 ; sundry, $84.26. .' 

McDonald; John D., Seaforth : spruce deals, 3,633 ft. at $6.50, 1,340 ft. at $8 ; pine deals, 
400 ft. at 80c. ; hemlock boards, 669 ft. at 75c ; sundry, $4.05 

Small payments.. 

Total, carried to page V — 5 .... 

Port George, N.S. : Detached Breakwater. 

Conductors : James Parks, 43^ d. at $2.50 ; E. Woodworth, 16ft d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Brown, M., Port George : round spruce timber, 10-in., 379 ft. at 5c, 8-in., 229 ft. at 3c, 6-in., 
651 ft, at 2c 

Calkins, T. P.: round iron, 6,035 lbs. at $2.20 ; 1 crosscut saw, $3.25 ; peavies, 4 at $1.50 ; 
freight, $4.21 ; sundry, $2.59 

Easnor, O. A.: sawing timber, $16.67; 1 stick timber, $1.20 

McKenzie, Wm.: pointing and heading iron, 1,491 lbs., $13.41 ; sundry, $2 

Parks, Chas.: spruce timber, 70 ft. at 6c, 17 at 5c, 139 at 3c , 166 at 2c 

Woodworth, E., spruce, 10-in., 403 ft. at 5c, 8-in., 482 ft. at 3c, 6-in., 1,847 ft. at 2c 

Woodworth, John : iron, 1,491 lbs. at 2|c; timber, 215 ft. at 5c, 100 ft. at 6c; sundry, $13.82 

Spruce timber : 12-in., 1,201 ft. at 6c; 10-in., 7,105 ft. at 5c; 9-in., 371 ft. at 4c; 8-in., 2,713 
ft. at 3|c; 8-in., 3,626 ft. at 3c; 6-in., 4,482 ft. at 2c; total, $735.52; paid to the following 
persons : Mrs. Leah Anderson, $15.44 ; Bartlett Banks, $82.26 ; Joshua Banks, $2.10 ; L. 
Banks, $9.68; Parker Banks, $11 . 27 ; R. Balscr, $13 . 47 ; Chas. Baafcaux, $15 . 06 ; M. 
Brown, $19.73 ; H. Daniels, $20.09 : A. P. Dodge, $92.89 ; Samuel Donley, $7.74; Frank 
Elliott, $37.83; Lockhart Hines, $60.20; Frank Masher, $20.32; Chas. Parks, $5.44; 
Fred Parks, $7.69 ; Parker Rafuse, $14.36; Jacob Slocomb, $35.12 ; Melbourn Slocomb, 
$131 . 32 ; Mi Hedge Slocomb, $25 . 89 ; M. L. Woodworth, $107 . 62 .... , 

Carried forward , 



$ cts. 

122 50 
232 81 
40 50 
8 00 
12 60 
55 82 
21 29 
29 25 

522 77 



252 13 
126 00 



264 97 
116 87 

65 03 
51 93 



92 25 



230 82 



1,200 00 



244 25 



586 00 

124 00 

6,746 66 



491 91 



46 59 
23 03 


8,262 44 


148 87 
693 22 


38 84 


148 82 
17 87 
15 41 
12 54 
71 35 
64 11 



735 52 



1,946 55 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-161 



Port <;eory;e, Ff« s. : Detached Breakwater Concluded, 

Brought forward 



Stone ballast, 506 tons at 20c. ; paid to the following persons: Ben. Bartaux, $8.30; Oscar 
Bruce, $20.90; Edward Fritz, §10.40; John Fritz, $17.70; Win. Hayes, 125.60 ; Jos 

Heines, $10.10 ; Jos. Kirkpatrick, $8.20 

Small payments 



Total, carried to page V 



Port iiiiiord. N.s.: Breakwater. 

Reid & Archibald, building breakwater, contract, $0,763; less paid in L899-1900 (see page 

V— 170), 82,100 

Reid & Archibald : brush, 200 c. yds. at 75c.; stone, 440 c. yds. at $1.75 

Snttis, Whitman, services as inspector: July, 26 d. at |2 ; Aug. 1-Nov. 14, 83 d. at >'."> 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



Port Hood : Repairs to Wharf. 

Foreman, Samuel Smith : Sept. 1-Oct. 22, 28 d. at S3 ; 1 d. in Dec, $2. 



lli, Raymond 114; ; McDonald, Alex. R. Ill ; McLellan," Danl. 13±, John 15 ; McNeil,' 
John llf; Smith, Fred. W. Sh, Keen 12$; Watts, Clarence 9|, Hugh llf, J. 12, John 9f: 



12 small payments, $57 .86 

Team-hire, days at 75c. : R. J. McDonald, 16j ; Ernest Smith, 19£ ; 2 small payments, $1.50 

Fraser, Alex., hire of hammer, $10 ; Fraser, A. S., iron, 1,000 lbs. at $2.85 

Mclnnis, Ronald : cutting and pointing iron, 500 lbs. at 2^c. ; sundry smithwoik, $5 

Plank, 2,056 ft. at $4.40, paid as follows : Walter Morgan , $22 . 80 ; Duncan Mclsaac, $67.66 

Stone for ballast, 276$ yds. at 50c, paid as follows : Murphy, John H. $14, Raymond $11 ; 

Smith, Ernest $10, J. P. $12 ; Watts, Alonzo $17, Leonard $25 ; 9 small payments 

$49.17 

Hardwood piles, 17 at $1.50, 7 at $1.40, 21 at $1.20; spruce logs, 48 at $1, 53 ft. at 6c, paid 
as follows: Campbell, Duncan $11.30. John $12.08; Hart, Jos. L. $15.20; Mclsaac, 
Angus $13.20; McPherson, Angus $10, Murdock $10, Wm. $10; 4 small payments, 



I eta. 
1,946 55 



nil 20 
5 85 



2,053 60 



4,603 00 
920 00 
301 00 


5,884 00 



$29.30 



9 small payments : cutting and pointing iron, 683 lbs. at 2ic ; iron, 179 Its. at 4c ; spikes, 1 
keg at $4, 104 lbs. at 4c ; rope, 10 lbs. at 20c ; smith work, $1.05; hardware, $5.47: 
labour, 1 d. at $1 



Total, carried to page V — 5 



Port Hood Island, N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, Joshua Smith, 30 d. at $2 . 50 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Fraser, S. A. : cross-cut saw, $2.75 ; 6 augers, $4.60 ; sundry, $4.60 

Smith, Edwin A., iron bolts, f-in to £ x 16 to 22-in. long, 1,439 lbs. at 5c 

Smith, Joshua, services as foreman while engaged in arranging for and taking delivery of 
materials, Mar. 14-30, 6 d. at $2.50 

Ballast and brush : ballast, 320 yds. at 50c ; brush, 17 loads at 50c ; paid to the following 
persons: David Cameron, $21.75; Arnbiose Smith, $7.50; Amos T. Smith, $31.75; F. 
H. Smith, $15; E. A. Smith, $29.75; Howard A. Smith, $27.75; Mary Louise Smith. 
$26.50 : Archibald Young, $8.50 

Timber, &c. : 203 ft. at lie, 052 at 8c, 2,735 at 7c, 476 at 6c, 130 at 4c, 1,014 at 3c. ; spruce 
and hemlock covering, 4-in., 0,000 ft. at $10.50, 1,347 ft. at $10, 108 ft. at $13 ; total, 
, paid as follows: David Cameron, $29.70; Angus Campbell, $3.50; Duncan 
Campbell, $13.14 ; John Campbell. $45.80 ; Walter Dulhanty, $9.66 ; John Embree, $63; 
Alex. Fraser, $2.70 ; James Gillis, $28.50 ; John Gillis, $24.01 ; Isaac Hawley, $5.04; 
Matthew Hawley, $19.39 ; John H. Murphy, $1.89; Alex. McDonald, $15.10; John 
McDonald, $48.47; Mary McDonald, $1.54; Alex. McEachern, $9.94; Angus Mc 
Pherson, $i7.42; M. McPherson, $10.14 ; Wm. McPherson, $20.80; John McPhie, 
$14.14; Ambrose Smith. $19.20 ; Edwin A. Smith, $10.80 ; H. A. Smith, $3.29 ; Isaac 
P. Smith, $9.90; Aug. Whittie, $2.52 

Small payments 

Total, carried to page V— 5 

1 — llv 



DO 



207 29 
28 87 
38 50 
17 50 
90 40 



138 17 

111.68 

41 91 

820 38 



90 00 

183 74 

11 95 

71 95 

15 00 



108 50 



435 89 
22 05 



999 68 



V-162 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Port Lome: Repairs to Breakwater, Sept. 3- Dec. 22, 1900. 

Conductor, Albert Marshall, 71 '4 d. at $2 ; sub-conductor, Johnson Corbett, 64'4d. at $2. . . 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Silas Banks 40 '9, Stephen Foster 25 '2, Joshua Leafceau 53 

Blacksmith, Wm. Brown, 467 d. at $1.50 . . 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Anthony, Jas., 52*4, Young, 206 ; Clark, Wm., 29 ; Foster, Curtis, 
37 "6; Healey, Norman, 41 8; Lanford, Edwd., 18; Leabeau, J. W., 35 2, Lewis 25, 
Uriah 7 9; Marshall, Alfred 10 2, David 422, .Richard 32" 9; Neaves, Robt,, 394; 
Wilkins, Albert, 21, Geo., 21'8 

Carters with team, days at $2: Sam. Bolsor, 56; Geo. Clark, 12 '3; Edgar Grant, 10'6; 
Edward Lanford, 327 ; Angus Milberry, 5*8 ; Joshua Neaves, 12 ; o small payments, $8.40 

Havey, B.: iron, 206 lbs. at $2.60, 4,082 at $2.35, 1,652 at $2.30, 430 at $2 25 

Spruce logs, 46 ft. of 12-iu. at 6c, 5,411 ft. of 10-in. at 5c, 12,187ft. of 8-in. at 4c, 1,265 ft. of 
6-in. at 3c, 1,013 ft. of 5-in. at 2c; paid as follows: Banks, Allister $73.58, Emdon 
$34.21, Joshua $27.01 ; Beardsley, Freeman, $35.93; Bolsor, Jos., $30.82; Clark, Wm., 
$51.36 ; Elliott, Hy., $77.03; Healev, Norman $38.76, Roland $53.04 ; Lanford. Edw., 
$65.04; Slocomb, Jas., $27.40; Marshall, Avard $18.63, Burton $13.28, David $21.88 ; 
Milberry, Angus, $57.21; Pierce, Edw., $36.71; Stirk, Wm. A., $38.17; Whitman, 
Ashael $46, Leonard $39.02 ; 8 small payments, $33 92 

Small payments : 1,200 lbs. coal, $3.60 ; rope, llg lbs. at 20c; screw bolts, 10 at 20c 



Total, carried to page V— 5 



Port Maitland : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, J. C. Moses : Aug. 9- Sept. 17, 34 d. at $3 ; Dec 1-22, 5 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1.25: H. P. Bain, 21J ; Jacob Bethume, 26| ; A. Ellis, 3i ; Jos. Goudey 
21 ; J. Haskell, 3| ; Geo. Hicks, 244. ; Benj. Perry, 16 ; Geo. Piper, 17| ; Benj. Pitman, 
144, ; R. Porter, 25£ ; V. Raymond, 22fc ; Edw. Sinclair, 10 

Teamsters, days at $2.50 : Ernest Allen, 1% ; Saml. Moses, 14^ ; C. Tedford, 8 

Brown, G. C: 5-in. spruce plank, 1,500 ft. at $10 ; spruce logs, 2,123 ft. of 10-in. at 5c, 87 ft. 
of 9-in. at 4c; beech logs, 203 ft. of 10-in. at 6c; poles, 80 of 4-in. top at 12c; ref. iron, 
408 lbs. at $2.85 

Churchill, Benj., spruce logs, 500 ft. of 10-in. small end at 5c, 1,450 ft. of 9-in. at 4c. . 

Porter, Adelbert : 12-in. spruce, 1,500 ft. at $10 ; logs, 10-in. top, 268 ft. of beech at 6c, 144 
ft. of spruce at 5c 

Porter, W. S.: spruce logs, 285 ft. of 9-in. at 4c, 87 ft. of 10-in. at 5c; beech logs, 1,150 ft. of 
10-in. at 6c ; spruce poles, 61 of 4-in. at 12c 

Crowell, S. A. & Co.: refd, iron, 4,080 lbs. at $2.60 ; sundries, $10.24 

Goudey, Geo. M.: screw bolts, 32 at 15c; repairing augers and chisels, $1 

Goudey & Crosby : 5-in. spruce cover, 4,703 ft. at $10 ; sundries, $3.30 



Total, carried to page V — 5 . 



River John : Wliarf. 

Foreman, Duncan Johnson, 66 d. at $3 , 

Carpenters, carters, labourers, &c 

Kirk, D. G.: creosoted piles, 681 ft. at 32c; creosoted timber, 2,237 ft. at $42; freight, $78 ; 
lighterage, $20 ; part of Delong & Seamans draft, $60 ; landing and loading timber, $4 ; 
interest, $2.81 ; commission on $473.87 at 5 p. c , $23 . 69 

Kitchen, Tames : wrot. spikes, 8-in.. 2 kegs at $3.75 ; sundry, $2.68 . 

McKenzie, John : quantity of ground taken to obtain clay from, $10 ; sundry, 93c 

McLennan, C. H.: round iron, | and gin., l,4 f J9 lbs. at 2c, 400 at $2.35; ground for taking 
earth for filling, $25 ; sundry, $1 . 14 

McLeod, Smith : headed and spiked bolts, 1,600 lbs. at 2c; sundry, $1 .30 

Timber. &c: hemlock logs, 3,227 ft, at 6c; ballast poles, 692 ft. at 2c; spruce, 22 ft. x 10 x 
10-in., 7 pes. at $3 ; spruce stringers, 22 ft. x 9-in. x 10-in., 2,495 ft. at $13 ; spruce plank, 
3,632 ft. at $12.50; hardwood piks, 96 lin. ft. at 7c; total, $313.02; paid to the follow- 
ing persons : James Kitchen, $29.70 ; Howard Langille, $35.26 ; J. R. Langille, $67.32 ; 
R. Langille, $23.14 ; R. McConnell, $75.18; Arch. McKenzie, $45.40 ; Isaac Ross, $37.02 

Stone, 233f vds. at 50c; paid as follows: L. Gratta, $11.55; Geo. Matatall, $8.50; Herbert 
Matatall, $16; Robert McGregor, $9.37; Wm. A. McNabb, $39.67; H. M. Tattrie, 
$9.16; sundry payments, $22 66 

Small payments 

Total, carried to page V — 5 



$ cts. 

271 60 

178 65 
70 05 



523 42 

176 40 
148 93 



819 00 
7 95 



2,186 00 



112 00 



256 84 
104 98 



158 04 
83 00 

38 28 

92 07 

116 32 

5 80 

50 33 

1,017 66 



198 00 
414 17 



500 37 
10 18 
10 93 

64 90 
33 30 



313 02 



116 91 
35 63 

1,697 41 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



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Salmon River, Digby Co.: Wharf. 

Conductor, Nicholas Deveau, 176 d. at .$3 

Foreman, Marcel Deveau, 152| d. at $1 .90 

Carpenters, carters, labourers, &c 

Berry, O. Led. P., smithwork and sundry supplies 

Deveau, Etobt.: iron bolts, headed and pointed, 513 lbs. at 75c. a 100; forging bolts, 7,051 lbs 
at 50c a 100 

Gullison Bros. : iron, 1,52£ lbs. at $2.45, 1,059 at $2.25, 3,574 at $2.15, 5,190 lbs., $134.94; 
sundry, $69. 13 

Spinney, E. K.: round iron, 69 lbs. ; ,t $2.20, 1,211 at $2 15 ; sundry, $11.80 

Lumber : 975 ft. at $11, 2,262 at $10, 2,600 at $8.50 ; sheeting, 14,775 ft. at 95c. per 10U, 1,150 
at. 90c; ballast poles. 52 at 25c; spruce logs, 250 ft. at 6.',c, 545 at 6c, 4,260 at 5c, 10,743 
at 4Ac, 6,008 at 4c, 983 at 3c, 7,797 at Ijc; 7 items under $10, $23.89 ; paid as follows : 
Cleland, Jas. $39.46; Clemence, Jas. $34.11; Comeau, Benj. $6; Crosby, Simon 
195.76; Deveau, Ag. A. $87.13, Ag. C. $28.74, Austin $30, Aug. N. $136.91, Frank T. 
$11.25, Lias $15.05, Matchos $8.40, Moses G. $7.50, Norman $22.23, Robard $17.48, 
Rubin G. $21.50, Samuel $2.70, Vincent $15.30, W. $13; Doucet, Placide $19.66; 
Durkee, Edward §10.66, Edwin P. $24.08; Ellis, Archie $26.59; Harington, Daniel 
$81.91; Hall, H. $10.50; Leblanc, Chas. $74.68; Malette, Thos. $13.02; Melangon, 
H. $36.25; Pidree, Alfred $22.48, Alph. $5.25; Porter, Adelbert $21.84; Perce, Jas. 
$15.24, Leslie $16.62; Perry, A. $29.45; Porter, Dilbert $32.78, Elkaniah $11.62; 
Toulnier, Leon $32.10, Percy $22.05; Thibeau, Cyril $71 50, Roma $32.25, Theo. $62; 
Tetford, Wm. H., $13.05; Theriault, B. $3.20; Winter, Angus $5.70, Chas. C. $28.58, 
Jacob $26.25, Jutson $6.68, Samuel $7.11 

Small payments ...... 

Legal expenses : W. B. Ross re Salmon River wharf, services, $89.09 ; disbursements, $23.04 

Total, carried to page V— 5 



sjuilni, i \ ill. , N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater, Aug. 9-Nov. 28, 1900. 

Conductor, Mande Bonnanfant, 75^ d. at $3 

Sub-conductors : Mareil Saulnier, 11| d. at $1.50 ; Remi L. Saulnier, 47^ d. at $1.25 

Blacksmith, Isidore Comeau, 14 d. at $1.25 ; carpenter, Moses Thimot, 30 d. at $1 .25 

Labourers, days at $1 : Amero, Jos. 23£, M. 26 ; Blinn, Hy. 17 ; Comeau, Cliff 16^ ; Doucet 
Aug. 17^; Gaudet, Cyr. 15| ; Melanson, M. 24| ; Saulnier, John B. 19, Marc C. 23; 
Thimot, Chas. 15, German 22 ; 47 payments under $15, $298 

Carters, days at $2 : Cotreau, Math. 8£ ; LeBlanc, Amilier 13 ; Saulnier, Agilbert 9f, Aug 
B. U L l Aug. U. 12, Bazil 7'i, John T. 8 ; Thimot, Jos. 13^ ; 11 payments under $15, $93.50 

Carter at $1.75 : Dennis Gaudet, 9 d 

Comeau, A. H.: refd. iron, 5,213 lbs. at $2.70 ; sundries, $25.24 

Comeau, F. G.: refd. iron, 1,000 lbs. at $2.50 ; sundries, $10.26 

Comeau, Jos. C: wharf covering, 5,299 ft. at $10 ; plank, 662 ft. at $6 

Spruce logs, 6,490 ft. of 5 and 6-in. top at lie, 1,699 ft. of 6 and 7 in. at 2c, 175 ft. of 7 in. at 
2Jc, 281 ft. of 7 in. at 3c, 1,043 ft. of 7 in. to 10 in. at 4c, 292 of 8 in. to 9 in. at 4^c, 
4,*215 of 8 in. to 10 in. at 5c, 1,860 ft. of 9 in. to 11 in. at 6c, 37 ft. of 11 in. at tile, 07 { » 
ft. of 10 in. to 13 in. at 7c, 38 ft. of 14 in. at 8c; paid as follows : Comeau, Jer. M. $37.27, 
Nancis B. $26.39, Valere B. $45 95 ; Doucet, B. L. $26.75 ; Duffy, Seffroi $75.72 ; Saul- 
nier, John T. $61.42, Marc C. $18.18, Martin T. $50.30, Moses $51.72, Patk. A. $25.09, 
Vincent T. $26.82; Thimot, Jos. G. $15.37, Moses $15.17 ; 14 payments under $15, 
$98.15 

Small payments : rent of forge and tools, 2 m. at $1.50 ; rope, 11 lbs. at 20c; smith's coal, 6 
brls. at 50c ; sundries, 27c 



Total, carried to page V — 5 



Seott's Bay, N.S.: Repairs to Pier, Sept. 16-Oct. 31, 1900. 

Conductor, David Jess : services, 29 d. at $2 ; outlay, $2 78 ; less $6.56 for over-expenditure. 
Labourers, days at $1.25 : Morton Ells 17^, Richard Houghton 18^, Otis Jess 24f, Wm. Os- 

, borne 14^, Owen Steele 12| ; 4 small payments, $38.73 

Labourers and carters at $1 a d., 15 payments under $14, 92£ days in all 

Hire of oxen and horse-hire : 5 horses at 75c a d., $18. 19 ; 2 horses at 80c a d., $14.60 ; oxen, 

Si d. at $1. . . . . . . 

Jess, Benj. C: timber, 298 ft. of 9 in. or more at small end at 4c a ft., 1,571 ft. of 5 in. or 

more at lc 

Kerr & Robertson : refd. iron, 2,024 lbs. at $2 20 ; hardware, $4.60 ; cartage, 15c 

Tupper, Albert : timber, 9 in. or more at small end, 1,369 ft. at 4Ac . 

Small payments : timber, 5 in. or more at small end, 1,200 ft. at lc; iron, 422 lbs. at 2Jc.; 

smithwork, $2 . 75 

Total, carried to page V— 6 

1— lljT 



$ cts. 

528 00 

290 22 

1,985 25 

14 30 

39 10 

342 16 

40 00 



1,355 56 

17 00 

112 13 


4,723 72 


226 50 
76 54 
54 98 



517 75 

267 00 
15 75 

165 98 
35 26 
56 96 



574 30 
8 47 



1,999 49 



54 22 

148 69 
92 25 

41 04 

27 63 
49 27 
61 60 

25 30 



500 00 



V-164 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Sheet Harbour, N.S.: Repairs to Wharf. 

Conductor, Henry Hall, 32f d. at $2 

Carpenters, carters, labourers, &c 

Behie, Alex., logs : 12 in., 013 tin. ft. at 6c. ; 10 in., 514 lin. ft. at 5c 

Chisholm, Daniel, logs : 12 in., 98 lin. ft. at Gc; 9 in., 240 lin. ft. at 5c 

Eisau, Neil, spruce logs : 10 in., 128 lin. ft. at 5c. ; 9 in., 345 lin. ft. at 4|c 

Fulton, Annie : iron, 200 lbs. at 2fc, 1.200 at 2£c.j spikes, 245 lbs. at 4c; shingles, 4 M. at 

$2.25; sundry, $5.71 

Hall, Ralph, logs, 9 in., 137 lin. ft. at 5c 

Routledge, Alex., spruce deals, 12 M. at $10 

Routledge, Wm., logs, 134 lin. ft. at (5c .. 

Sheet Harbour Lumber Co., spruce plank, 2,380 ft 

Stevens, H. D., cutting and heading iron, 650 lbs. at lc 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Sight Point, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Foreman, John Y. Beaton, 16* d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers and teams 

Beaton, E. E. : fenders, hewn timber, 8 in. x 9 in. x 14 ft. long, 15 pes. at 75c 

Beaton, M. B., timber : 48 ft. at 15c, 78^ at 12c, 804 at 6c, 1,669 at 5c, 116 at 4c 

Mclsaac, Arch.: fenders, hewn timber, 15 pes. at 75c; less labour, 75c 

McLeod, D. & Son : iron, 1,950 lbs. at 4c; rangers, $1 60 

McNeil, Alex.: cutting and pointing bolts, $ in., 664 lbs. at 2c, § in., 200 lbs. at lc 

Rankin, Angus, sen.: timber, 25 ft. long, 10 in. at small end, 200 ft. at 5c; 22i ft. x 10 in. at 

small end, 112| ft. at 4c 

Rankin, Donald J.: timber, 200 ft. at 5c, 90 at 4c ; less labour, 75c 

Rankin Bros.: fenders, hewn timber, 30 pes. at 75c; round timber, 125 ft. at 5c, 84 at 4c; 

less labour, 75c . . , 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Suiunierville, N.S.: Breakwater. 

Foreman, W. H. Farquhar, 124 d. at $2 

Blacksmiths, labourers, teams, &c 

McCleary, Geo. S. : manilla, 105 lbs. at 16c; blasting powder, 1 keg, $5; blocks, 1 pr. at 
$3.75, 1 at $3.50 ; 4 trolley wheels, $4 ; boring 4 trolley wheels and turning axle and stock, 
$7.50 ; chain, 81 lbs. at 6c; fitting up hoisting chains. $5.50 ; sundry, $45 

Seldon, F. L. & Son, Portland cement, 12 brls. at $3 , 25 

Seldon, John F., cement, 20 brls. at $3.25 

Williams, Andrew, block strap shackle „ 



Total, carried to page V — 6. 



Three Fathom Harbour, N.S.: Repairs, Sept. 11 -Oct. 23, 1900. 

Conductor, Jos. E. Gaetz, 26J d. at $2 ; carpenter, Chas. Nieforth, 24 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Gaetz, Angus 8, Reuben 10, Thos. A. 13 ; Nieforth, Salter 8 ; 33 

payments under $10, $165 

Blacksmith, \\ d. at $2 ; blacksmith helper, \\ d. at 50c; carter, \\ d. at $2. 12 

Fuller, H. H.f refd. iron, 918 lbs. at $2.60, 557 at $2.50 ; wharfage, truckage, &c, $1.15. .. . 

Use of gondolas, days at $1 : Peter Ferguson 9, Walter Nieforth 16 

Logs, 9-in. top, 12-26 ft. long, 1,982 ft. at 8c, paid as follows : Wm. Crawford $64.96, Jos. 

Rowmor $91 .20, Phelyx Wolfe $2.40 . 

Sheeting, 6-in. top, 8 and 9 ft. long, 680 ft. at 4c, paid as follows : Jas. J. Gaetz $7.20, Wm. 

Nieforth $20 

Flooring, 10 in. wide 3 in. thick, 12-15 ft. long, 594 ft. at 4c, paid as follows : Luke Lapierre 

$9.24, Chas. Nieforth $14. 52 

Small payments : freight on iron, $1 ; stone, 10 tons at 30c; use of planks, $1.25 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



$ cts. 


65 50 


343 93 


62 48 


17 88 


21 92 


57 01 


6 85 


120 00 


8 04 


25 00 


6 50 


735 11 


42 00 


129 74 


11 25 


152 95 


10 50 


79 60 


15 28 


14 50 


12 85 


31 36 


500 03 


248 00 


1,984 93 


95 91 


39 00 


65 00 


2 30 


2,435 14 


89 00 


213 75 


■ 13 90 


38 95 


25 00 


158 56 


27 20 


23 76 


5 25 


595 37 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-165 



Trout Oove^ \.s. : Rebuilding part of Breakwater. 

Conductor, S. ML Dakio, 44* d. at 83 ; leas $8.06 for over-expenditure 

Blacksmith, Tuttle Graham, 237 d. at -SI. 40, 20yat si .:,<» ; borer, C. D. Graham, 22 d. at $1.40, 

lit! at si 60 . 

Carpenters: Chipman Cossabooni, 13 d. at $1.60; Darius Farnsworth, 165 d. at $1.60, 9 at 

$1.40: By. Graham, 8* d. at $1.60 ; C. H. Morehouse, 17.i d. at $1. 50, 22', at si . 10 ; 

Chas. Peters, 3.'. d. at $1.40; E. Porter. L6| d. at $1.50, 21 at $1 .40 ; Chris. Specht, 17 

d. at $1.60, 7d. at $1 W; Alfred Ward, uij <1. at $1.50, 1 « » , d. at $1.40 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Barr, John, 10 J ; Cossaboom, J. W., 26§j Dakin, A. A. 7£, 

Jacob 9J, Morton 114; Graham, Delaneev, 17/; Holme, Whitman, ll£ ; Morehouse, 

Embree, 11.1 : Swift, Jacob, 1 ; Walker, Everett, L8| . 

Carters, days at $2: Hy. Cossabooni, 9; W. M. Farnsworth, 5; W. Holmes, 5Jj 3 small 

payments, $10.50 . 

< Jarter, A. A. Dakin, 2', d. at $2.25 ; Boutilier & Morehouse, freight, $3.27 

Graham, Tuttle, timber : 1,214 ft. of 7-in. at top at 2ic.; 476 ft. of 9-in. at 2|c 

Graham, Tuttle D., timber : 4,450 ft, of 10-in at small end at 5c; 969 ft. of 9-in. at 4.',c. . . . 

Thome, W. H., & Co. : iron, 3,350 lbs. at $2.20, 1,010 lbs. at $2 ; sundries, $21.83 

Ward, Alfred, spruce logs, 7-in. at small end, 1,197 ft. at 2^c 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Victoria Harbour, N.S. : Repairs to Pier, Oct. 9-Nov. 23, 1900. 

Conductor, Joshua Ogilvie, 32 d. at $2 , 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Finely, Hy., 25£, Hugh, 9 ; Orpin, Chas., 14 ; Parks, Wm., 23^ ; 

3 payments under $8, $10.25 

Carters, days at $2.25: Hy. Finely, 5g ; Dawson Ogilvie, 12; Chas. Orpin, 5; 2 payments 

under $5, $9 

Beckwith, Nolie, spruce timber, 1,000 ft. at 4c. a ft 

Kerr & Robertson : g in. iron, 1,008 lbs. at $2.25 ; sundries, $1.60 

McNeil Bros. & Lowe : spruce deals, 2,636 ft. at $10 ; hemlock deals, 939 ft. at $8 

Ogilvie, Dawson, spruce timber, 800 ft. at 4c. a ft 

Orpin, Chas. : timber, 300 ft. at 4c. ; smithwork, $11 

3 small payments : spruce timber, 50 ft. at 4c; rope, 27 lbs. at 20c ; spikes, 2 kegs at $3.20 ; 

augers, 2 at $1 , 



9 cts. 

i:;o u 

124 42 

27 8 58 
L56 52 



Total, carried to page V— 6. 



Walton, TV.S. : Repairs to Breakwater. 



50. 



Conductor, Benjamin McCulloch, 17*55 d. at $2.50. . 
Foreman carpenter, E. H. McDougall, 16 '55 d. at $1 

Carpenters and labourers 

Dnnock & Armstrong: iron, £-in., 1,017 lbs. at $2.25; wire spikes, 7-in., 4i kegs at $3.10 

sundry, $10.54 

Fulmore, James F., timber measuring, 1,586 ft. at 3c 

McCulloch, Benj., sundry outlay 

Reynolds, Morton : hemlock plank, 3-in., 17,500 sup. ft. at $9 ; hemlock timber, 10 to 12 in. 

xl0tol2in., 5,271 '. ft. at $9 ; spruce knees, 9 in., 7 at $1; round timber, 12 ft. long, 16 in. 

butt, 6 pes., $3.50 

Str. Onward and owners, for rafting from Minasville 

Woolover, J. N. : smithwork, $11.42 ; less by 155 lbs. iron, $3.48 



49 00 


8 89 


40 40 


266 10 


115 73 


29 92 


1,200 00 


64 00 


lOo 24 


59 62 


40 00 


24 28 


33 87 


32 00 


23 00 


15 80 


398 81 



Total, carried to page V— 6 



West Cliezzetcook, N.S. : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Conductor, Andrew Petipas, 26 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, <fec 

Fuller, H. H. : ref. iron, 1,100 lbs. at $2.75, 128 at $2.50 ; sundry, 85c 

Lapierre, Daniel P., scow-hire, 18 d. at $1 

Spruce : 5 in. x 7 in., 1,336 ft, at $10, 250 at $6 ; 8-in., 328 lin. ft. at 8c; 6-in., 4,708 lin. ft. al 
3c; paid to the following persons: James Bellfontaine, $23.40; James Ferguson. $18; 
Geo. Julian, $5.50; James F. Lapierre, $12; John G. Lapierre, $21.20; Joseph Romo, 
$15 : Michael Romo, $18.08 ; sundry payments, $68.91 

Brush, Geo. Julian, 100 bundles at 5c 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



43 87 

24 83 

119 14 


47 38 
47 58 
10 20 


215 44 
20 44 

7 94 


536 82 



65 00 

192 20 

34 30 

18 00 


182 09 
5 00 



496 59 



V-166 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



West Pubnico, N.S. : Extension to Piei 



I.50. 



Foreman, Joseph R. D'Entremont, 85^ d. at 

Carpenters, carters, labourers, &c 

Babine, Joseph, spruce piles, 20 ft. long, 9 in. at small end, 23 at 75c 

Crowell, S. A., & Co. : refined iron, 1,399 lbs. at 2|c. ; chain, g in., 157 lbs. at 4hc. ; screw 

bolts, 16 x f in., 48 at 10c, 19 x | in., 48 at 16c, 19 x 1 in., 32 at 20c ; wire spikes, 2 kegs 

at 83.35, 2 at $3.30; sundry, $9. 91 . 

D'Entreinont, Chas. : wire spikes, 2 kegs at §3.30 ; iron straped pulleys, 7 in., 2 at $2.25 : 

sundry, 812.84 . ... 

D'Entreinont, Jos. R. : freight paid, 826.10 ; sundry outlay, §14.52 

D'Entremont. Monde, spruce timber, 5x9 in., 680 ft. at 815 

Eakins, Parker & Co. : spruce timber, 13,128 ft. at $14.50; spruce plank, 3-in., 2,042 ft. at 

$13 ; freight paid, $15, 



spruce 



26 to 30 ft. x 9 in., 27 at $1.50 ; 25 ft, x 9 in., 10 at §1.25. 



smith work and sundry supplies, $14.77 ; screw bolts, f-in. to 1-in., 341 lbs. 
use of pile driver and jack screws, 4 d. at $3 ; use of jack screw, 8 d. 

towing pile 



Goodwin, Thos. 
Hamilton, Benj 

at 6c 

Johnston, Jotham 

at 25c 

LeBlanc, Hilaire T. : towing 110 spruce logs from Morris Island to wharf, $30 

driver from wharf to Yarmouth and back, 850. 

Pothier, John B. : spruce timber, 10 x 6, 12,891 ft. at 814.50, 3,622 at $14 ; spruce plank, 3-in., 

9,275 ft. at $11.50 ; less freight, 818.40 

Saunders, D. A., spruce timber, 10 x 10 in., 5,178 ft. at $16.50 

Spinney, Solomon, spruce logs, 23 ft. long, 9 in. at small end, 110 at 75c 

Small payments each under $10 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Whitehaven, N.S. : Repairs to Canal. 

Conductors : Andrew Haley, 28| d. at $2.50 ; Levi Munro, 23^ d. at $2.50 

Sub-conductors : Martin Haley, 28^ d. at $1.50; Howard Munro, 23J d. at 81.50. 

Carters, labourers, masons, &c 

Whitman, A. N., & Son : dynamite, 15 lbs. at 60e. ; 1 box caps, $1- 

Boat-hire, 212 d. at 25c. : paid to sundry persons 

Small payments 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Windsor Harbour: Avon Training- "Weir. 



Sept 



Foreman, Jas. Rose : June, 26 d. at $2.50; July 1-Aug. 3, lh d. between Aug. 4 to 31 

13-15, Jan. 7-16, making 46 d. at $3 

Leading workman, Michael Townsend, 47i d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Jas. Masters V2h, H. McDonald 47i, F. Parker, 44^>, Jas. Patter 
son 3i, Michael Townsend oh. 

Making fascine and carpentering, Robt. McLellan, 31 d. at $1 .45 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : Geo. Benedict 2Sh, Calvin Chute 28, H. H. Foley 50J 

Charge of scow, Thos. Lake, 9 d. at 81.40 ; labour on scow, Leander Holmes, 9 d. at $1.35 

Labourers, days at $1.25: Leonard Benedict 27h, Edw. Brothers 9£, W. J. Lake 2i, Jas. i 
Patterson 24^, J. Fraser Rose oh 

Watchman and labourer, J. Fraser Rose, 43i d. at $1 

Armstrong, Edw., rent of dyke to make facine and keep brush on i 

Dimock & Armstrong: 8-in. wrought spikes, 6 kegs at $4.25, 1 at 83.45 : frogs. 813.50; 20 
steel angles, 6 x 6 x §, 1,750 lbs. at $4 50 : gal v. steel wire, 509 lbs. at ohc ; manilla rope, 
1 coil for $23.30, 142 lbs. for $26.13, lllf lbs. at 19c ; iron, 3,543 lbs. at 82.75 ; sun- 
dries, $61 . 16 

Windsor Furniture Co. : 3-in. birch, 8,440 ft. at $11 ; sundry lumber, $2.80 : labour, $1 

Stone ballast, 899i tons at 50c, paid as follows ; Timothy Lake, $55.25 ; Hy. P. Lynch, $77 ; 
Rutus SVilcon, $87.50 ; David Withro, $230. 

Birch brush, 31 loads at $1.25, paid as follows : Jos. Davidson, $11 .25 ; M. Sexton, $27.50 . 

Ballast poles, 5-in. top, 4,259 ft. at l^c ; spruce logs, 246 ft. of 5 to 6 in. at top at 2c, 1,249 ft. 
of 6-8-in. at 3c, 464 ft. of 7-8 in. at 3ic, 1,254 ft. of 10-12-in. at 4c, paid as follows : 
Walter J. Avhvard $33.47, S. E. Dimock $4, Chas. McDonald 814 01, W. J Sanford, 
$121 18 

Smithwork : Chas. Cochrain, 84. 05 ;' W. A. Smith, $13.86 . .'.' .............. ... . 

Small payments : cartage, $11.05 ; rent of office, 4 in. at $1 ; spruce plank, 86.23 : coal, 60c. ; 

hardware, 94c ; picking up lighter adrift and tending same. 83.50 

I 

Total, carried to page V — 6 { 



$ cts. 

213 74 

680 73 

17 25 



80 65 



23 94 
40 62 
10 20 


231 90 

53 00 


35 23 


14 00 


80 00 


325 89 
85 43 
82 50 
49 93 


2,025 01 



130 00 


78 00 


1,376 68 


10 00 


53 00 


39 18 


1,686 86 



203 00 
83 12 

170 25 

44 94 

149 80 

24 75 

86 22 
43 50 
10 00 



378 49 
96 64 

449 75 
38 75 



172 t;»5 
17 91 

26 32 



1.996 10 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-167 



Wolfville, N.S. : Harbour Improvements. | cts. 

Begelon, John E. ($6,083.90) - 

Contract for pile wharf at Wolfville, 86,907; Leas 51 o. ft. gravel at 80c., and 235 ft. 

earth embankment at 18c 5,823 90 

Extra length of piles over .and above shown on plan 210 00 

Franklin,.!. L., services as inspector on the construction of the new pile wharf, June 19- 

I ).c 21, 160 d. at $2 320 00 

Advertising 6 60 

Total carried to pago.V— 6 6,300 50 



Yarmouth Harbour, N.S : Beaeli Protection, Sept. 11-Nov. 29, 1900. 

Conductor, Ansel B. Crosby, 59 A d. at $2.50 ; car] tenter, Jackson Rickie, 54 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Levi Doucette, 51, Geo. Killiam, 28, Is. McKinnon, 504, Wm, H. 
Nickerson, 40J 

Labourers, days at $1.23 : A. Bethune 12i, Art. Cann 12, Step. Churchill 154, Fk. Doucette 
28, Murray Goodwin 20, Chas. Jenkins 41, Geo. Killiam 25, H. Stamwood 37, Ber. 
Sweeney 41 4, Fk. Thompson 24 ; 6 | ayments under $15, $00 

Labourer at $1, Harvey Doane, 19& d \ 

Teamsters with oxen, days at $2.50: Amos Beveridge, 44, Robt. Doucette, 31, Chas. 
Killiam, 25 J, 

Churchill, Ceo. W., spruce logs, 16 ft. long 9-in., 400 ft. at 5c 

Churchill, Stephen, spruce logs, 22 ft. long, 9 ft. dia., 594 ft. at 5c; ballast poles, 38 at 25c. . 

Churchill, Wm. l\ : 5 x 7-in. x 10 ft. spruce, 600 pieces at 40c . . ! 

Crosby, A. B., wages deducted on account of over expenditure (Page V— 183) 

Orowell, S. A. & Co. : refined iron, 6,395 lbs. at $2.30 ; sundry hardware, $15.55 

Hamilton, John : spruce logs, 5-in. dia, 154 of 20 ft long at 60c, 125 of 15 ft. long at 40c. 

Ray Bros. : making dumps, 5,872 lbs. at $1.90 ; trucking, 50c; smithwork, $2.80 

Spinney, E. K. : refined iron, 2,483 lbs. at $2.20, 1,015 at $2.25 i 

Spruce logs, 9,565 ft. of 9-in. dia. at 5c, 16,748 ft. of 5-in. dia. at 3c, paid as follows : Com- 
fort Clements, $809.49, Chas. Jenkins, $106.25; Hy. M. Robichau, $47.25; CyrusTeboJ 
$17.70 [ 

Small payments: stone drags, 7 at $2; spruce covering poles, 44 at 25c; horse-hire, $7:| 
sundry, $11.30 ' 

Total carried to page V — 6 



243 24 


255 00 


388 03 


1!) 50 


251 25 


20 00 


39 20 


240 00 


48 77 


102 (51 


142 40 


114 87 


77 46 


980 00 


43 30 


3,026 32 



Halifax Graving Dock : Subsidy. 

Halifax Gravinc Dock Co., Ltd., London, Eng. : subsidy for year to Sept. 39, 1900, under 1 

Act 45, Vic. Cap. 17 (being 11th annual payment out'of 20) j 10,000 00 



Aimamlale, P.K 



Reconstruction of Pier Head. 



ess over ex- 



Pay-lists, Aug. 18-Oct. 31, 1900: foreman, Allan McDonald, 42i d. at 

penditure, $42 ; labourers and carters, $340 . . 

Hughes & McFarlane : iron, 450 lbs. at 3c; hire of pile driver, $5 ; sundries, $4.97. . . . 
McEachern, Jas., 12 x 12 to 8 x 8 hemlock, 18,094 ft. at $15 ; 3-in. deals, 18,834 ft. at $15. 

McFarlane, E. : iron, 750 lbs. at 3c; spikes, 4 at kegs, - c 4.10 ; sundries, $7.84 

McK<nzie, Alex. : spruce piles average dia, 12-in, 2,800 ft. at 0c, 300 at 5c 

Rent of pile driver, &c, $11 : 3-in. and in. spruce poles, 100 at 2c . . . 

Total carried to page V- 6 . . 



425 50 
23 05 

553 92 
40 74 

186 60 
14 20 

,250 61 



Bay View, P.K.I. : Pier Repairs. 

Clerk, John C. : estimate No. 1 from beginning of work to June 12, 1901 

Simpson, D. N., services as inspector during April, May and June, 37 d. at $2. 
King's Printer's account 

Total carried to page V— 6 



»•_>:; 50 

74 00 

2 50 

500 00 



Campbell's Cove, P.K.I. : Reconstruction of Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 8, 1900- Jan 'y. 15, 1901, Mar. 23— .June 29, 1901 

Foreman, John J. Mclntvre, 96 d. at $3, 70 d. at $2.50; carpenters and labourers, 

$1,613.95 ' 2,076 95 

Carleton, C. C. : rent of land for lumber yard and house for storing tools 75 00 

Carried forw ard 2,151 96 



V-163 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 190S 



Campbell's Cove, P.K.I. : Reconstruction of Breakwater — Concluded. 
Brought forward , 



Currie, A. & Co. : 11 x 11 sq. hardwood, 1,383 ft. at lie, 1,974 ft. at 9c, 560 ft. at 8c. ; spruce 
covering, 1,974 ft. at 2Ac. ; ballast flooring, 1,240 ft. at He. ; iron, 7,945 lbs. at 2|c. ; stone, 
336j yds. at 50c. ; sundries, $23.47 ; hauling material, 11 loads at $2.50 

Dumphy, John, heading and pointing bolts, 638 at 2c. each 

Hughes' & McFarlane: iron, 4,555 lbs. at 2fc; augers, 1 at $2, 3 at $1 ; 1 saw, $2.25; 11 x 12 
hardwood, 325 ft. at lie. , 791 ft. at 9c. ; spruce flooring, 506 ft. at l-|c. ; stone, 104 yds. at 50c. 

Mooney, Daniel : iron, 442 lbs. at 2|c. ; heading and pointing bolts, 188 at 2c 

McDonald, John A. : trennials, 2,000 at $15 per M ; wedges, 4,00i) at $2.50 per M : .... 

McDonald, Lauchlin, heading and pointing bolts, 362 at 2c. each 

Timber, stone &c., hardwood, sq. 11 x 11, 4,395 ft. at lie., 11-in. small end, 4,924 ft. at 9c. ; 
8 x 9-in. 96 ft. at 8c; spruce covering, 4,774 ft, at 2^c ; ballast flooring, 2,904 ft. at l|c. ; 
stringers, 36 at $1 ; stone, 672 yds. at 50c ; hauling, 4 d. at $2.50 ; paid as follows : 
Campbell, A. P. $14.50, Andrew F. $65.75, Angus G. $57.06, Chas. $10.08, Daniel & 
Peter Mossey $43.01, D. & P. J. $128.54, Duncan $5.75, J. K. $33.25 ; Keays, Thos., 
$29.40 ; Kennedy, Jas. $19.07, Michael $8.75 ; Leet, Jas. and Wm. FraseT, $61.91 ; Moran, 
Dan'l., $80.59; Myers, Geo., $17.50; McDonald, Alex. J. & M. Rose $69.47, Alex. H. 
8226.33; McEachern, C. $7.20, Donald, F. $10.50, James $11, John A. $67.03, Stephen 
$36.57; Mclntvre, Angus C. $17.30, Dugald $12.50, Jos. $79.18, Peter $17.50; Mclsaac, 
P., $17.75; McPhee, John J. $L3, Neil $107.14, Neil & Roderic - $167.29, Rice $6.25 ; 
Rose, Mathew, $8.25 ; Ryan J. J. Chas. Campbell, $22.50 

Total carried to page V— C .... 



Canoe Cove, P.E.f. : Breakwater. 



Pay-lists, March 1— June 29, 1901 : foreman, James McLean 

labourers and carters, $677.39 

Fennell & Chandler : 1-in. rd., iron, 1,542 lbs. at 2^c ; manilla rope 
.37 



$9. 



136| d. at $3; carpenters, 
177 lbs. at 15c ; sundries, 



$ cts. 
2,151 95 



880 39 
12 76 

298 04 

15 92 

40 00 

7 24 



1,471 92 



4,878 22 



1,086 89 



McFadyen, Neil, |-in. iron, 2,000 lbs. at 2|c 

McFadyen, Neil D. : sundry smithwork, $66.65 ; Small, D., 1,400 lbs. anchor, $8 

Stone and timber, 12 x 12 spruce 110 '85 tons at $4.50 ; hardwood. 12-in. small end, 3,416 lin. 
ft. at 7c ; ballast flooring, 20 ft., lengths, 7-in. small end, 267 pes. at 70c ; stone, 570g 
yds. at 85c ; sundry, $7.01 ; paid as follows : Carson, Rich'd., $135.80 ; Darrach, Duncan 
$74.67 ; Dugall, Donald, M., $22.96 ; McEachern, Neil, $49.30 ; McFadyen, John M. $85, 
Neil W. $92, Wm., $25.50 ; McKay, Jas., $166.12 ; McLean, Alex. $85, John D. $117.83, 
Neil D. $78.52 ; McLeod, Murdock, $13.50; McPhail, Malcolm, $31.95 ; McPhee, Arch., 
$97.63; McRae, Faiquhar $27.20, Roderick $77.35; Poole, L. M. & Co., $7.01; Smith, 
James, $229.29 

King's Printer's account, $10.26 ; advertising, $100.40 

Total carried to page V— 6 

China Point, P.E.I. : Reconstruction of Head Pier. 

Conductor, W. S. N. Crane, 8 d. at $2 

Labourers, days at $1 : Crane, Augustine l|, Hay den 2, Thos 2 ; McDonald, Joseph 1 

Carters: Hayden Crane 1 d. at $2 25 ; Thos Crane 1 d. at $2.25, 3 d. at $1 ; John McPhee 
3 d. at $2 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Crapaiid, Victoria, P.E.I.: Pier Repairs, Sec. 

Conductor, John Beer, 65 d. at $3 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : Phil Beer 35, Amos Clark 27^, Arch Darragh 22, Wesley Myers 
30, John Mackintosh 30i, John Patchel 28^, Albert Sherren 19, Wm. Whitby 27; 4 pay- 
ments under $8, $25.50 

Hire of horse, days at 50c : Hy. Clark 2^, A. Darragh 1, C. Mvers 4, John Mackintosh 6i, 
J. Patchel 1, A. Sherren 6 

Bfien, Angus: deals, 6,302 ft. at $3 a 100; cedar shingles, 5 M. at $1.70, 4 M. at $1.25; 
spruce, 1,493 ft. at $9; curbing, 379 ft. at 4c; cedar ties, 1,092 ft. at 4c; fin. iron, 1,611 
lbs. at 2^c; spikes, 9 kegs at $3.35 ; sundry lumber and hardware, $30.93 ; freight, $1.19 

Haslam, Bros., shutter, frame, &c, $11.80; Holm, David, 7-in. spruce curbing, 200 ft. at 4|c 

Holm, George, smithwork, $15.45 ; McKinnon, Ewen, hemlock, 24 tons at $4 

McLean, Allan : spruce piling, 20 ft. long, 9-in. at small end, 400 ft. at 5c 

McLean, John D. : spruce piling, 30 ft. long, 10-in. small end, 900 ft. at 5c; beams, 14 span 
at $4, 7 floor at $2. 50 , 

Palmer, Donald W.: spruce piles, 25 ft. long, 8-in. small end, 16 at 40c, 9 at 30c 

Stone, 87^ yds.' at 40c, paid as follows : Hy. Clark, $1.60; R. Curtis, $3.20; N. Ferguson, 
$5.20 ; D. Murphy, $10 ; Wesley Myers, $12 ; B. Trowsdale, $3. 

Total, carried to page V — 6 ... 



70 62 
45 00 
74 65 


1,416 63 
110 66 


2,804 45 


16 00 
6 50 


13 50 


36 00 


195 00 


299 85 


10 50 


377 43 

20 80 

111 45 

20 00 


118 50 
9 10 


35 00 


1,197 63 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-169 



Win. 



Hurd'a Point, P.H.I.: Pier Repairs, An-. 13-Oct. 30, 1900. 

Foreman, Cornelius Leard, 86 d. at 98 

Labourers, days al $1 : Jos. Cormier, 10; Albert DesRoches, 5; Calvin Leard, 9 

Lowther, 18£; Frank Montgomery, 12; Alonzo McGregor, 11; Jos. Wedge, L6 

Clark, J. M., 3-in. hemlock, 18,251 ft. at $9.50 . 

Hooper. Nelson: timber, 3 tons at $5 j red spruce for cribwork, averaging 10- in. diameter, 

550 ft. at 93 a 100 

Mechanics M'f'g Co., Ltd.: scantling, 620 ft. at 81.25 a 100; plank, 6,31 I ft. at 91 a 100 

Wright, Greo., scantling, 1.600 ft. at 81.25 per 100 

Small payments: cut spikes, 810.89 ; nails and iron, $2.79; hire on jackscrews, <.v_c., 50c ... . 



Total, carried to page V 6 



| eta 

108 00 

81 50 

173 39 

31 50 
7o 89 
20 00 
14 18 

199 16 



RUmlnlgash, P.E.I.: Breakwater* 

Pay-list, Sept. 10-Nov. 30, 1900, Apl. 13-Jnne 29, 1901 ; foreman, Samuel Metherall, 534, d. 
at $2. 50; labourers, $427. 52 

Costain, Frederick : brush, 15 loads at 40c; sundry cartage, &c, §13.50 

Delaney, Richard, smithwork, $9.75 ; Metherall, Samuel, sundries, $7.10 

McLean. J., smith work, 81 ; I \ ogers, Ben j., iron wire, &c, $67.11 

Veno, Charles, plank, 109 ft., 82.77 ; spikes, 40o _ 

Brush and timber, brnsh, 500 loads at 40c ; stakes, 2,508 at 2c; sq. timber, 11 9 tons at $6, 
15 9 tons at 85; round spruce timber, 40 ft. at 8c, 244 ft. at Gc; 3-in. plank, 4,500 ft, at 
89 ; hardwood, 3 piles at $2.50, 1, $1.95, 8 at $1,75, 1, $1.50, 13 at $1.25, 5 at $1 ; sundrv 
814.40; overpaid, $2; pail as follows :— Burns, Wm. $105.55; Costain, Elijah $54.90, 
Paul, R. 86.80, Richard $2.60; Deagle P. $24.40; Donohoe, Wm. $22.15; Doucett, 
Larry' $3 ; Finnan, John $13.75 ; Green, John $12.50, Wm. $73.34 ; Hustler, M. $37.66 : 
Mallett, Wm. $4 ; Myers, Frank $4 ; Mclntyre, John R. $3.20 ; Perry, Ernest $10, 
Peter $16. 10, R, $12.54 ; Reid, J. T. $43.54 ; Rix, Thos. $40 50 ; Sentner, Walter $14.14 ; 
Wilkinson, Albert $20.82 

Total, carried to page V — G 



560 65 

P.! 50 

IG 85 

71 11 

3 17 



525 G5 



1,196 93 



New London, p. K.I.: Repairs. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 17-Oct. 16, 1900: foreman, Peter P. McGuigan, 20 d. at $2.50 ; carters and 
labourers, $102.50 

Clark, John C: spruce, 8 in. small end and from 13 to 21 ft. long, 1,000 ft. at $3 per 100 ft.; 
boat hire, lid. at 50c ; iron, 80c 

Fennell & Chandler : round iion, 800 lbs. at 2|c; clinch rings, 30 lbs. at 12c 

Lamont, R. H., services as inspector, 3 d. at $2.50 ; Simpson, J. H., brush, 32 loads at 40c. . 

Scow, 7 trips at $1 ; poles and timber, $12.50 ; brush, 6u loads at 10c 

King's Printer's account, $1 .93 ; advertising, $54.45. . . 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



152 50 

36 30 
21 60 
20 30 
25 50 
56 38 

312 58 



Pinette, P.F.I. : Pier Repairs, Sept. 13-Oet. 13, 1900. 

Conductor, John R. McRae, 23 d. at $2 ; carpenter, Allan McTnnis, 20 d. at $1 50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Hy. Bell 20, John Martin 13i, John D. McDonald 10, Duncan 

M( Kenzie 12, Rich. McRae 20. John Nicholson 9£, 3 small payments $8.12 

Forbes, Geo. : iron, 728 lbs. at $2.20 ; spikes, 2f kegs at $3.25 ; rope, $5.60 ; 2 augers, si . 45. 
Mclnnis, A., (i x 6-in. spruce, 600 ft. at $10; McRae, R., horse and pile driver, 7 d. at $1.50. 
McRae Bros.: sq. spruce, 11 52 tons at $1 ; 3-in. hemlock, 8,693 ft. at $10 ; (i x 12-in. x 21 ft. 

span beams, 31 at $1 40 ; sundries. $18.80 

Spruce logs, averaging 12 in. diam., 1,243 ft. at 5c, paid as follows: Hy. Bell] $23.10, Wm. 

Buchanan $12 . 50, Alex. Compton $26.55 

Total, carried to page V —0 

Rustieo (South), P.E.I. : Pier Repairs, July 2-Aug. 25, 1900. 

Foreman, Jas, Mutch, 33J> d. at $2 ; labour, Jas. Matheson, 254 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1 : B. Craswell 20t, N. Kent, 13, David Mutch 12 ; 5 payments under 

$10, $23.50 

Craswell, Albert : 8 x 8-in. curbing, 400 ft. at 7c; 8-in. piles, 4 of 22 ft. at $1.10, 12 of 14 ft. 

at 70c, 13 of 12 ft. at 60c, 30 of 10 ft. at 50c; ballast flooring, 4 cords at $2 ; 8 x 8-in. 

span beams, 3 at $2.25 ; 1 cord brush, $1 

Gallant, Jos.: plank at $1 . 10 a 100 ft., 5,000 ft. of hemlock, 349 ft. of spruce 

8-in. spruce piles, 46 of 20 ft. long at $1, 10 of 18 ft. at 90c: Adam Craswell $38, Chas. Home 

$9. David Mutch $8 

Carried forward 



76 00 



114 36 
32 00 
16 50 


195 23 


62 15 


496 24 


105 25 


75 00 


7'.» 35 
58 84 


55 00 


373 44 



V-170 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Rustieo, South, P.E.I. : Pier Repairs— Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Stone, 161 cub. yds. at 40c: E. Carr $1.60, Peter A. Gallant, $7.20, Peter H. Gallant $26, 
Chas. Home $3.20, David Mutch $22.40, Albert Craswell $4 

Small payments: scow-hire, 15 d at 50c; horse-hire, 17 d. at $1 ; ballast flooring, 1 cord at 
$2 ; 8 x 8 in. curbing, 74 ft. at 7c; 6 x 12 in. x 30 ft. caps, 3 at $2.10 ; 4 x 6 in. strapping, 
80 ft. at 6c; span beams, 3 at $2.25 ; manilla rope, 17 lbs. at 12c; 22-in. bolts, 150 lbs. at 
3c; iron, 210 lbs. at 3c; spikes and rings, $3.35 ; smith work, $1 

Total, carried tc page V — 6 



Rustico, P.K.I. : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 9-Dec 17, 1900, May 22-June 25, 1901 : foreman, Leon Gallant, 71 d. at $3 ; 
labourers and carters, $474 

Houston, Benj., pointing and heading bolts, 1877, at 2^c each 

Kennedy, A. & Co : iron, 1,524 lbs. at 2|c; 9-in. spikes, 3 kegs at $3.50 ; sundries, $2.90. . . . 

Lepage, Bradford: iron, 68 lbs. at 3c, 508 lbs. at2fc; hardwood timber, 2\ tons at $5.78; 
smith work, 60c 

Kattenberg, Benjamin, iron, 106 lbs. at 2|c 

Brush, stone and timber, brush, 208 loads at 50c; 10 x 12 hewn timber, 7 '55 tons at $5; 4-in. 
planks, 427 ft. at $4.40 per 100 ft.; 3-in hemlock deals, 1,000 ft. at $3.90 per 100 ft., 9,195 
ft. at $1.10 per 100 ft.; stone, 997 cub. yds. at 55c ; paid as follows : Blacquire, Fidel, 
$15.95; Buote, Felix, $38.43; Campbell, Wm., $5.78; Doucette, Bruno, $32.73; Gal- 
lant, D. $50.66, Felix $104.50, Geo. $111.93, Jos. $140.13, Peter H. $57.48, Urbain 
$2.48; Gillis, James, $12.65; Leclair, L., $79.81; Ling, Wm., $18.79; Martin, Xavier, 
$!j.60; Peters, Nectair, $89.75, Phil. $26.13 ; Pino, Theo., $40.43 ; Wolner, Benj., $14.85 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Souris, P.E.I. ; Knight's Point : Strengthening of Breakwater &c. 

Lanigan, James, stone placed, 1,080 c yds. at $3.74 ; less drawback, $399.20 

Pay-list, Sept. 17— Nov. 22, 1900, June 22—29, 1901— 

Foreman, Patk McDonald, 54 d. at $3, Patk. Manning, 7 d. $2.50; carpenters and 
labourers, $469.44 , 

Acorn, H. H. : 11 x 11 hardwood, 140 ft, at 13c; birch, 760 ft. at $1.50 per 100 ft.; sundries, 
$7.10 ; cartage &c, $2 67 

Hughes & McFailane : iron, 1,944 lbs. at 2|c; stone, 13 yds. at 70c, 167 '2 yds. at 60c; tim- 
ber, 107 ft. at 10c, 134 ft. at 9c; hire of pile driver, $5 ; sundries, $30.49 

Mooney, Daniel, smithwork, $24.15 ; Mclnnis, Jas. A. inspector, 16 d. at $3 

Mclnnis, Jos, smithwork, $18.88 ; McPhee, Miles, filing saws, $5 

Timber, &c sq. timber, 578 ft. at 10c, round, 1,365| ft. at 9c; plank covering, 6,477 at ljc; 
brush, 4 loads, at 35c; stone 12 yds. at 70c; paid as follows : Currie, A. & Co., $21 ; 
Gregory, Stephen, $1.40; Home, Isiah, $19.08; Mooney, Geo. $88.27, Thos. $21.47; 
McDonald, E. $16.05, Hugh J. $14.82 ; Mclnnis, Patk., $49.74 ; Prouse Bros , $55.81., 

King's Printer's account, $9.83 ; advertising, $68.50 „ , 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Summerside, P.E.I.: Breakwater. 



Allen, Alex. H., services as inspector during June, 11 d. at 
Advertising 



Total, carried to page V— 6. 



Tign ish, P.E.I.: Completion and Extension of Breakwater. 

•Myrick, J. H. & Co., estimate No. 1, from beginning of work to May 13, 1901 

McCallum, John, services of inspector during March and June, 24 d. at $2.50 .... 
King's Printer's account, 60c; advertising, $41.40 

Total, carried to page V — 6 ... 



AVest Point, P.E.I.: Extension of Pier. 

McDonald, Alex., estimate No. 2, from beginning of work to June 29, 1901, 

Wortman, W. J... services as inspectoi*, March 7 — June 30, 1901 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V — 6. 



$ cts. 
373 44 

64 40 
66 72 



504 56 



687 00 
46 92 
51 50 

29 61 
2 91 



849 08 


1,667 02 


3,640 00 


648 94 


39 37 


221 13 

72 15 
23 88 


287 64 
78 33 



5,011 44 



33 00 
9 60 


42 60 


1,890 00 
60 00 
42 00 


1,992 00 


2,070 00 

247 50 

8 40 


2,325 90 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-171 



Wood Island) P.I?. I.: South Breakwater Extension 

Haszard, Horace, estimate No. 1 to June 29, 1901 ... . 

Taylor, Duncan, services as inspector, May and June, 36 d. at $2.50 

King's Printer's account, $8 ; advertising, 968.15 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Be pair* to Piers and Breakwater: P. I.. I. Generally 

Cape Traverse : Repairs to Wha rf ( 9 '/ '/'> SO) . 

Foreman, W. H. P. Irving, 26 d. at $2.50 

Carters at $2, labourers at $1 . 25 a day 

Buston, G., spikes, 2 kegs at $3.35 ; Campbell, H., brush, 20 loads at 5')c . . 

Clark, J. M., hemlock, 3-in.. 10,372 fV. at $10 

Clark, M., brush, $4.75; Holman, R. T.: spikes, 3 kegs, $9.05; sundry, $7.07. 
Howatt, J. A., smith work, $2.12 ; Howatt, J. W., brush, 21 loads, $9.60 .... 



Chapel Pier .- Repairs ($49.91) . 

Foreman, J. F. Morrison, 6 d. at $2 ; truckman and labourers, $16.13 

Morrison, A., truckage, $3.50: McDonald, S.: spruce piles, 264 ft. at 5c; sundry, 

North Cardigan Pier : Repairs ($131.94). 

Foreman, Innocent Campbell, 14 d. at $2 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $67.37 

Campbell, F. J., lumber, $6 ; McDonald & Westaway, hardware, $4.67 

Norton, J. F.: iron, 380 lbs. at 3$c.; spikes, 2 kegs at $3.50 

Small payments 



Poivnal Bay Pier ; Repairs ($106.04). 

Conductor, M. H. Hayley, 10^ d. at $2 ; sundry labourers, $13.75 

Bishop, C, stone, $5.83 ; Hayley, M. M.: hauling plank, $8.75 ; ferriage, 98c. . . 
Poole, Lemuel M. & Co.: hemlock deal, 2,426 ft. at 95c; spruce, 252 ft. at $1.40. 

Robinson, Jas., stone, $6.47 ; Wood, John, stone at $1 a ton, $9.72 

Small payments 



Skinner's Pond : Completing Dam ($1,7 ft .09) . 

Foreman, Edmund Gallant, 97 d. at $2.50 

Carters, labourers, shoalers, &c 

Arsenault, M., stone at 80c c y., $5.60; Bernard, F. T., stone, 22 cub. ft. at 80c. 

Doyle, John, land taken for new channel, 350 x 200 ft . 

Gallant, P., spruce, 270 ft., $10.80 ; Myrick, J. H. & Co., hardware, $8.30 

McMekin, James, spruce lumber, 10-in. dia., 970 ft. at $4 a 100 

Xelligan, Michael, spruce lumber, 10-in. dia., 420 ft. at $4 a 100 

Small payments . . 



St. Peter's Bag: Breakwater ($194.80). 

( 'onductor, R. N. Cox, 7h d. at $2 ; sundry labourers, 22£ d. at $1 

Cox, H. H., hardwood piles : 25 to 28 ft. long, 1,680 ft. at 6e.; 15 to 20 ft. long, 980 ft. at 5c. 
Coffin, Robert : brush, 12 loads at 30c; nails, 60 lbs. at 3^c; sundry, $1.86 



General Expenses ($1,272.69). 

Hegan, James B., resident engineer : sundry travel and outlay, $67.51 ; paid Patrick Keenan 
for delivery, hauling and piling 4,000 ft. creosoted piling, $40 ; voucher outstanding, $32. 

Hyndman, W. E., assistant and draughtsman, services, travel and outlay 

Mitchell, E. EL, paymaster, &c: travel and outlay, $206.78: unaccounted for, $54 

Detailed with ' Chief Engineer's Staff ' (Page V— ) 

Poole, Lemuel M. & Co.: wharfage on creosoted piling, 4,000 ft., $12.50; storage and care 
taking for 4 mos. , $12 .50 

Telephone Co. of P. E. I., rent of telephone, July 1, 1900, to June 30, 1901 

Canadian Express Co. , charges 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



s cts. 

1,370 00 

•in (X) 
66 15 



1,526 15 



115 00 
227 89 

16 70 
103 72 

20 87 

11 62 



28 13 
21 78 



95 37 

10 67 

20 30 

5 60 



34 75 

15 56 
26 56 

16 19 
12 98 



242 50 
1,359 33 
23 20 
10 00 
19 10 
38 80 
16 80 
37 36 



37 50 

149 SO 

; 56 



139 51 
129 75 

260 78 
673 50 

25 00 

40 00 

4 15 


3,948 33 



V-172 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Anderson's Hollow: Repairs to Breakwater and Removal of Shoal. 

H. Anderson, 62 ' 35 d. at $2 ; carpenters, 



Pay-lists, Aug. 30- June 30, 1901: foreman, \Y 

* labourers, &c, $334 .93 

Barbour, John, hardwood, 3,975 ft. at 89 ; 1 knee for break, 75c 

Burpee, I. & E. R.: machine bolts, 480 lbs. at 4|c; ref. iron, $3.89 

McAvity, T. & Sons : 1 improved No. 2 wheeled road scraper, $40 ; ref. iron, 325 lbs. at 2|c 
Smithwork, .$13.80 ; lumber, $8.64 ; sundries, $2.26 ; freight, $3.75 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Rack Ray, N.R.: Completion of Wharf. 

King's Printer's account, $1 . 67 ; advertising, $177 .87 



Ray du Vln : Completing Reconstruction of Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 6-Oct. 16, 1900, and June 1-26, 1901 : foreman, A. G. Williston, 55 d. at $2 ; 

carpenters, labourers, &c, $266.33 

Burpee, I. & E. R., wrot spikes, 7 kegs at $3.30, 1 keg at $3.75 

Fowlie, George, hemlock plank, 15,000 sq. ft. at $8 

Williston, A. G., expenses and outlay 

Williston, Bernard, picking up 156 logs, $15.60 ; horse hire, $22.33 

Lumber and hardware, $10.90 ; use of scow, 8 d. at $1 ; freight on spikes, $1 

King's Printer's account, $31 . 31 ; advertising, $146 .84 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Rlaek Brook (Loggievllle), N.B.: Wharf. 

Simmons & Burpee, estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1901 

England, Peter, services as inspector of work during May and June, 46 d. at 
King's Printer's account, $17.18 ; advertising, $230.08. 

Total, carried to page V— 6 . . 



Biictouehe, N.R.: Repairs to Wharf. 

Conductor, Jas. Barnes, 27 d. at $2 ; carpenter, &c, Hilaire Gallant, 41 d. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Frk. P. Bastarache 7i, Jos. Brean 23:r . 

Labourers, da s at $1.25 : D. R. Allaire 16£, Thos. P. Landry 8^ ;^10 small payments, $19.96. 

Teamsters, days at $1 .75 : Wm. Money 2h, Jos. McFadden 4f * 

Burpee, I. & E. R. : spikes, 4 kegs at $3 . 75 

Gallant, Hilaire : filling in upper end Buctouche wharf with brush and stone topped with 

earth, 220 c. yds., as per agreement 

Girouard, Alexis A., board of men rafting timber, Aug. 20-26, 1894, 5 men 

Irving, J. D.: 5-in. hemlock covering, 2,000 ft. at la; sundry lumber and hardware, $22. . . 

Legere, Cyrille B. : stone, 142h yds. at 75c 

McLanghlan, M. : spruce logs, 1,760 ft. at 2^c 

Smithwork, $3 . 95 ; stumpage, $2 ; cartage, $1 . 50 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



Rnrnt Church, \.R: Wharf. 



Anderson, J. W. & J., estimate No. 4, from beginning of work to June 30, 1901 

Loggie, Arnold, services as inspect jr, 26 d. in June. 1900, at $2 ; Aug.-Nov. 30, 105 d. at $3 ; 
June, 1901, 24 d. at $3 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



C ampobello (Wilson's Reach) N.R. : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Pay-lists ($1,010.87)— 

April 29-June 29, 19U1 : foreman, Ethelbert Savage, 51 d. at $2; carpenters and labourers, 
$570.48 



June 1-30,-1901 : foreman, Jas. Johnston, 23j d. at $3 ; sub-foreman, A. Allingham, 14 

d. at $2 ; carters and labourers, $269. 14 . 

Adams, A. W. : 4 iron stocked anchors, 702 lbs. at 6c; steel wire, 373 lbs. at 10c; Am. 
manilla, 468 lbs. at 15c . ; sundry hardware, $21.31 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



459 63 
36 52 
25 49 
47 31 

28 45 


597 40 



179 54 



376 33 

26 85 

120 00 

18 98 
37 93 

19 90 
178 15 

778 14 



1,400 00 
138 00 
247 26 



1,785 26 



136 00 


46 12 


51 51 


12 68 


15 00 


85 00 


10 00 


42 00 


106 87 


44 00 


7 45 


556 63 


7,110 00 


439 00 



7,549 00 



672 48 


368 39 


170 93 



1,211 80 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-17S- 



< anipobello (Wilson '• Beach) N.B. : Repair* to Breakwater — Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Brown, Simon, 1 roM -boat 

Burpee, I. & E. R. : drift bolts, 64,275 lbs. at 2Ac; machine bolts, 1,348 lbs. at 4c; wrot. 
spikes, 30 kegs at $3.50 ; iron, 470 lbs. at $2.10, 1,532 lbs. at $2.05 

Dewar, John & Sous : spruce ballast poles, 104,864 ft. al $10 : Bpruoe timber, 31,212 ft. at $13, 
25,776 ft. at -SI 5 ; hemlock, 15,(545 ft, at $11, 32,658 ft., at $10 

Jackson, Howard, tent of 2 plots of ground used for piling lumber for 2 years, $70 ; rope, 
^..$51.51 

Johnston, Jas. M., sundry travel and outlay 

M. A\ ity, T. & Sons ; timber dogs, 374 at 15c; augers, fitted with cranks, 12 at $2.75; 1 doz. 
lipped adzes, $26 ; 1 doz. sleeper axes, $21.25 ; 3 ply roofing, 11 rolls at $2.25 ; crowbars, 
} at S3.50 ; manilla, 134 lbs at 13c ; sundry, $147.50 ; freight, $2.80 

Robertson, Jas., Co. : 1 doz. peevies, $16 ; Savage, E., attending to delivery of material, 20.', 
d. at $2; travel, etc., $22.70 

Sayre, F.' E. : red pine, 507 ft. at $20, 99,960 ft. at $17 ; birch, hewn, 281,833 ft. at $17.50, 
sawn, 15,590 ft. at $19 50 ; hemlock, hewn, 52,995 ft. at $17.50, sawn, 1,370 ft. at $19.50 ; 
spruce, 7,210 ft. at $12.50; r. boards, 5 M. at $8 per M., 2 M. at $5; scantling, 1 M., 
$13 ; 1 scow, spjo ; towage, $50 ; cartage and freight, $5 70 

Rent of ground tor piling lumber, $10; 3 windows and frames, $7.50 ; lumber, $22.05; hard- 
ware, $6.40 ; measuring timber, $4.50 ; smithwork, $17.76 ; freight, 80c 

King's Printer's account, $1.35 ; advertising, $64.76 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



Cape Toriiientine, N.B. : Bepairs to Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 27, 1900- June 30, 1901: foreman, J. Smith McGlashing, 209 d. at $3; 

labourers and carters, XG75.86 

Briggs, Harmon, hardwood timber, 3,555 sq. ft. at $16 

Burpee, I. & E. R. : drift bolts, 1,080 lbs. at $2.75, 4,910 lbs. at $2.65, 1,365 lbs. at $2.50 ; 

machine bolts, 504 lbs. at 5£c, 283 lbs. at 5c ; manilla rope, 44 lbs. at 15c; smithwork, 

$6.55 ; freight, $3.47 

Douglas & Co. : rd. iron, 75 lbs. at $2, 889 lbs. at $1.95 ; cutting, 10c 

Dunn, Win,, carting stone, 76*32 yds. at $1 

Jones, Weston : hardwood, 9,150 ft. at $16, 6,183 ft., $12 ; boards, $1.20 ; cutting and hauling 

brush, 12 loads at $1.50 

Mahoney, P. E., spruce deal, $13.35; McAvity, T., & Son, machine bolts, 383 lbs. at 4ic ; 

ref. iron, 576 lbs. at $2.10 ; sundry, $3.11 

Magee, Fred., rd. iron, $18.38 ; McGlashing, Elvie, 1 car stone, $17.18 ; sundry, $30.19 

McGlashing, J. S., sundry outlay, $15.84; N. B. and P. E. I. Ry. Co., use of pile driver, 13 

d. at $1 

Norfolk Creosoting Co., creosoted pine timber delivered at Cape Tormentine, freight paid, 

170,496 ft. b.m. at $55 

Rayworth, F. L. : forging oile shoes weighing 23 lbs. each, 56 at $1.25; sundry smithwork, 

$20 34 
Read, H. C., stone, 563*13 cub.' yds', at $3! 50 ! . '.'. ...'.'.'. ......... ..'.'..'.'. '.'.'..'.'.... ..'.'.'.'.'.'. '. 

Riellv, J. F., hardwood sticks, 9,054 ft. at $12 per M 

Rielly, M. B., sq. hardwood piling, 20,361 ft. at $12 

Spence, Albert J., 1 boat, $10 ; Sweeney, J. P., stone, 77 68 yds. at $1 

Lumber, $5; 80 ballast poles, $4.80; 12 days' use of stamping machine, $3; 210 ft. plank, 

$3.36; cartage, $4.50 ........ 

Total, carried to page V— 6 






Chance Harbour, TV. B.: Breakwater. 



Advertising. 



Chatham, IV. B.: Reconstruction and Bepairs to Custom House Wharf. 

Lyons, Mary Ann, widow of Win. Lyons, (S534.03) — 

1 value of property adjoining Custom House Wharf 

Costs of application to appoint a guardian and for order to sell estate 

Lyons, Alex., jj value of property adjoining Custom House Wharf 

Foreman, Peter England : services, July 26 d. at $2, Aug. -Nov. 92 d. at $3 ; outlay, $42.06. 

Mason, Anthony Forest, 2i d. at $2 ; carpenter, Jas. Mountain, 22^ d. at $1.35 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Geo. Brett 26, Frs. Cassidy 52£, Patk. Desmond 18h, P. Kirby 234 

Wm. G. Tait 26h, Alex. Thompson 29^ ." 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : David Edmunds 25, Thos. Kingston 18^. 

Carpenters, days at $1.40 : N. Ahearn 19, A. Currie 3U, Geo. England 90| 

Carried forward 



9 eta. 
1,211 80 

16 00 

1,927 08 

2,339 71 

121 54 
18 05 

342 90 
79 70 



8,235 25 

69 01 

66 11 

14,457 15 



1,302 86 

56 88 



251 18 
18 94 
76 32 

239 79 

45 80 
65 75 

28 84 

9,377 28 

90 34 

1,970 95 

108 64 

244 31 

87 68 

20 66 
13,986 22 



I'M) 55 



400 00 
134 03 
800 00 
370 06 
35 37 

308 85 

65 25 

197 05 


2,310 61 



V-174 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Chatham, N.B. : Reconstruction and Repairs to Custom House wharf— Con. 



Brought forward . 



Labourers, days at $1.25 : J. Marsh 1£, M. McMahon 15f , Wm Wilson 88| 

Team hire, hours at 40c. : Robt Allan 7, Peter Breen 16, Wm. Groat 9 

Carters, days at $2 : John Foley 27, Jas. P. Searle 23|, Alex. Watling 1^ 

Campbell, Jas : piling 35 ft. long 14 in. dia. at 10ft. from butt, 34 pes. at $1.50 ; towing piling 

to Chatham, $3 

Flood, Benj., hemlock logs, 8,220 ft. at $4.25 ..... 

Gunn, Chas. A.: bolts, 4,262 lbs. at 3ic; soil, 310 cart loads at 15c; blacksmithing, $16.38. . . 
Snowball, J. B.: 1,084 ft. picked spruce logs, $10.84; 4th qual. deals, 1,000 ft. at $10; sundry 

lumber, $4.66 ; use of hammer for pile driver. $8 

Watt, Geo.: gravel, 401 cart loads at 50c; ballast, stone, 91ff yds. at 90c; hardware, $5.41. . 
Small payments : hardware, $8.65 ; foundry work, $2.21 ; gravel, 12 loads at 50c 



Less— Paid in 1901-2. 
Total, carried to page V— 6 . . 



Clifton (Stonehouse) N. B.: Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, July 1-Nov. 30, 1900, May and June, 1901 : foreman, Henry Scott, 130 d. at $3 

(q 8^ d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, carters, &c, $1,118.22 

Burpee, I. & E. Rs, ref'd. iron, 318 lbs. at $2.25, 250 lbs. at $2.30 

Good, Robt. W.: messages, $2.25; McAvity, T. & Sons: steel wire rope, 300 lbs at 12c 
sundry, $7. 63 

Bead, Jos. & Co.: stone, 1,835 '98 cu. yds. at $1, 101 at 60c, 188 at 50c; 6 iron sheaves, $9 

i»« 1 1 sundry hardware, $39.06 

Scott, Percy, peevies, 6 at $1.25 each 

Stone and timber : stone, 66 4 cu. yds. at $1.10, 317 07 cu. yds. at 80c, 460 yds. at 50c; tim 
ber, £1 pieces at $1, 2 at 75c; hardwood, 800 ft. at $16, 6,404 ft. at $10, 4,346 ft. at $6 ; 
paid as follows : Frank Comeau $7.86, Wallace Daley $13.27, E. A. Dempsey $64.04, 
John Dempsey $50.60, Frank Good $4.60, Saml. Hellock $16.95, Robt. Hickson $13.30, 
Horace Hornebrook $21.30, P. Hornebrook $15.20, W. J. Hornebrook $40.77, John 
Jagoe $20.80, Rich'd Perrott $25.85, T. Rierdon $32.75, C. W. Scott $31, W. C. Scott 
$293.22, J. J. Smith $10.56 ; M. Smith $13, John Walsh $17.04 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



Dalhousie, \. B.: Bepairs to Ballast Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 6-Nov. 21, 1900, May 29-June 17, 1901 : foreman, Robert Craig, 62 d. at 

carpenters, carters and labourers, $565.58 

Montgomery, W. S., sawing lumber, $5.50 ; Wallace, A. G., bolts, 80 lbs. at 5c 



Total, carried to page V— 6 

Dipper Harbour, N. B.: Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 29, 1900-Jan. 5, 1901 : foreman, D. S. Robert, 44 d. at $3 ; labourers, black- 
smiths, &c, $468.85 

McAvity, T. & Sons : dynamite, 65 lbs. at 25c; sundry hardware, $32.78 . 

Roberts, D. S., sundry travel and outlay 

Claims due to blasting accident in Nov., 1900 : Peter Devine $10, John Murray $50, Michael 
Murray $50 

\ cord wood, 75c; spruce boards and hauling same, $8.15 ; hardware, $2.85 ; cartage, $8 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V — 6 

Dorchester, N. B.: Breakwater. 

Kings Printer's account, $18.40 ; advertising, $194.28 

Edgett's Landing, N.B. : Bepairs to Wharf. 



Foreman, Geo. Barnett : services, 37^ d. at $2 ; postage, 51c. 

b, Et 
Labour, Fenwick Barnett, V\ d. at 75c. 



Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Barnett, Evans, 10J, Ezra 17^, John 37 ; Lewis, Rupert, 29^ 



Wrot. spikes, 11 kegs of 10-in. at $3.50, 28 lbs. of 14-in. at 3£c. : I. & E. R. Burpee, $38.50 ; 
R. Lewis, 98c 



Total carried to page V — 6. 



$ cts, 

2,310 61 

132 48 

12 80 

104 00 

54 00 

34 93 

212 12 

33 50 

288 54 
16 86 

3,199 84 
200 00 



2,999 84 



1,529 47 

12 91 

45 88 

2,038 64 

7 50 



692 11 



4,326 51 



689 58 
9 50 



699 08 



600 85 
49 03 
35 86 

110 00 

19 75 

224 44 



1,039 93 



212 68 



75 51 

141 75 

28 12 

39 48 



284 86 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-175 



Grande Inse, N.B. : Brinkualor, Extension and Repair*. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 10-Nov. 30, 1900, May 6 June 28, 1901 : foreman, Jos. U. Landry, 72 d. 
$2; less over-expenditure, $6.14; carpenters and labourers, 8339.30 

Burpee. I. & E. R. : vvrot. spikes, 22 kegs at $3.75; ref. iron, 5,501 lbs. at §2, 225 lbs. at 
12.05; freight, 62c 

Cormier, A. B. : rent of shed, 9 m. to June 30, at $1 ; sundry, $2.18 

Landry, I bald : Lumber, 1,224 ft, at $12, 1,464 ft. at $11 ; flooring, 1,500 ft. at $10; spruce 
knees, 5 at $2.25 ; manilla rope, 25 lbs. at 20c. ; use of horse, $9.95 ; sundry, $22.70 

Lewis, Win. : screw bolts, 1,591 lbs. at 2|c; drift bolts, 3,092 lbs. at lc. ; plates, 695 lbs. at 2£c, 

McAvity, T. & Sons : augers, fitted with cranks, 6 at $2.75 ; sundries, $11.92 

Stone and timber : spruce flooring, 11,530 ft. at $10; knees, 10 at $2.25 ; hardwood fenders, 
5 at $1 ; sheathing, 28 pes. at 75c, 40 at 60c, 132 at 50c. ; hardwood, 97 ft. at 7c, 152 ft 
at 6c ; stone, 18^ yds. at 80c, ISh at 75c, 12 at 70c, 27 at 60c; sundry lumber, &c. 
s:»(;.49; paid as follows : Blanchard, P. 0., $26; Clement, Peter, $18.29; Dugas, M.. 
$10 42; Dumas, Stanis., $13.40; Foley, J. D., $24.07; Fiigault, Amos, $2 20; Godin. 
Andre $3.75, Chas. 18.66; Hache, Lorns D. $4.80, Oliver $9.99, Peter $1.80; Landry, 
G. D. $1.20, J. B. $13, Lin. $59.37, Patrick 60c; LeGresley, Fred $2.62, John 824 
Madden, James, $5.50; Pinet, Jos. $1.65, Thos. $1; Poirier, Felix $7.20, Samuel 
$47 39; Reardon, John, $51.90; Salter, Wm., $3; Sullivan, Daniel, $4.12; Theriau 
Antoine $3.79, Bruno $3.90, Chas. $13.50, Frank $1.50, Geo. $6.72, Marcel $1.32 

Rent of yard for lumber, $2 ; hauling lumber, $1.35 ; smithwork, $8.13 ; sundry, $9.74 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Hopewell Cape, N.B, : Repairs to Old Wliarf. 

Paydists, Oct. 16-Dec 31, 1900, Apl. 1-15, March 18-31, 1901 : foreman, W. D. Bennett, 66 
d. at $3 ; carpenters and labourers, $637 .44 

Albert Steamship Co., rafting and towing timber from Coverdale to Hopewell Cape wharf 
15,710 ft. at $1 .25 per M 

Bennett, W. D. : securing material, 3 d. at $3 ; moving lumber, 4 d. at $2.50 

Dixon, A. G., teaming, 4^ d. at $3 ; McLatchie, C. S., spruce, 15,710 ft. at $8 

Lynds, E. W.: sq. hemlock, 17,700 ft. at $9; pine mooring-posts, 10 at $6 ; peevies, 7 at 
$1.50 ; bolts, 4,550 lbs. at3ic; wrought spikes, 16 cwt. at $4 ; rope, 58 lbs. at 16^c ; hard 
ware, $14.01 

Horse-hire, $9 . 50 ; hardware, 63c 



Total, canied to page V — 6. 



Hopewell Cape, N.B. : New Wliarf. 

Downey & Lynds, estimate No. 2, from beginning of work to June 30, 1901.. 

Bennett, Henry J. & F. A. McCully, agt. Minister of Justice, purchase price of right of way, 

approach to wharf 

McCully, F. A., barrister, prof, services re Hopewell wharf 

Bennett, W. D., services as inspector in Apl., May and June, 1901, 58 d. at $2.50. 

King's Printer's account, $2.42 ; advertising, $149.83 

Total, carried to page V — 6 

I. a Tete, N.B.: Completion of Extension of Wharf. 

Foreman, John Holmes : services, 67^ d. at $2 ; telegrams and telephones. $1.06 

Carpenters, davs at $1 . 50 : Wallace Mathews, 5^ ; Angus Mc Vicar, 60 ; Robt. Tucker, 65. . . 

Dick «fc Cameron, use of 26 ft. scow, Sept. 15-Dec 22, 1900 

Minchie, Jas. & Son, 3-in. hemlock, 2,550 ft. at $12 

7 pavments under $10 : hire of 6-ft. boat, $2 ; cartage and towing, $3.50 ; freight on 2,550 ft. 
hemlock, $5 ; smithwork, $4 ; refd. iron, $9.80 



Total, carried to page V — 6 



L'Etang, N.B.: Completion of Wliarf. 

Pay-list, July 3 Oct. 19, 1900: sub-conductor, 44 d. at $2 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $146.80. 

Clark & Jackson : 408 lbs. bar iron, $11 .42 ; spruce deal, 4,000 ft. at $5.50 per M 

Dewar, John & Son : spruce timber, 1,333 ft. at_$12 ; plank, 44c; 4-in. deals, 3,000 ft. at $11 

per M 

Traynor, Chas., spruce piling, 1,938 ft. at lie 

Total, carried to page V — 6 



I cts. 



477 16 

197 75 
11 18 

94 68 
82 36 
28 42 



379 66 

21 22 

171 96 



1,464 39 



835 44 

19 63 

19 00 

139 17 



476 63 
10 13 

1,500 00 



1,580 00 



85 00 

20 50 

145 00 

152 25 


1,982 75 


136 05 

195 75 

10 00 

30 60 



24 30 



3! Hi 70 



234 80 
33 42 

49 44 

29 07 


346 73 



V--176 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Lord's Cove, Deer Island, N.B.: Extension to Wharf. 

Pay-lists, A pi. 29-July 1, 1901 : foreman, James M. Lord, 56 d. at $2.50; less over expendi- 
ture, $24.53 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $299.34 

Barry, John J. : 50 lbs. dvnamite, $10 ; caps, &c. , $2 . 55 

Bell, Alex.: spruce logs, 6,100 ft. at $7 per M.; spiling, 4,3u2 f t. at 3c 

Burpee, I. & E. R.: machine bolts, 490 lbs. at $4.25; drift bolts, 580 lbs. at $2.50; wrot 
spikes, 2 kegs at $3.50, 8 at $3.25 ; cast steel, $4.75 ; freight., $4 ; ca-tage, 25c 

Dewar, John & Sons : spruce, 13,240 sup. ft. at $12.50 ; hemlock, 11,088 sup. ft. at $10 ; raft 
ing same, $4 . 55 ; sundry, $7 . 31 ; cartage, 25c 

Islands Copper Mining Co. : dynamite, 60J, lbs. at 18c. ; fuse, $2 . 96 

Surveying logs, $2.14 ; smith work, $8.75 ; rope, $6.12; 2 bars cast steel, $4.20 

Total, carried to page V— 6 



Lower Neguac, N.B.. Wharf: To Pay Roger Flanagan. 

Flanagan, Roger, atty. for Benj. Flood, to full and final settlement of all claims in connec 

tion with construction of wharf, in 1894 : — 
To amount deducted in 1894 from final estimate, owing to delay in the completion of the 

work, being salary of inspector, 47 d. at $2. 50 

To fair and reasonable compensation for loss sustained by non-payment of money earned 

at the time it was due 



Total, carried to page V— 6 

Maine River Bridge, N.B.: Wharf. 

Pay-list, Oct. 9-31, 1900: foreman, H. F. Curran, 20 d. at $2; carters, carpenters and 
labourers, $73.75 

Burpee, I. & E. R., 9-in. wrot. spikes, 7 kegs at $3 75 

Curran, A. J.: lumber, 4,290 ft. at $10 per M.; plank and boards, 15,000ft. at $9, 800ft. at $8.; 
100 ft. hardwood, $2 

1 keg spikes, $3.85 ; 20 lbs. manilla rope, $3 ; keys, bolts, &c, $2.25 



Total, carried to page V — 6 

Mispec Harbour, N.B.: Breakwater at Mouth of. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 30-Dec. 13, 1900: foreman, Jas. McAulay, 30 d. at $3; drillers, strikers, 

labourers, &c. , $513 .11 

Barry, Jno. J.: dynamite, 4 boxes at $10 ; sundry, $12.50 

McAulay, Jas., horse hire and cartage 

McAvity, T. & Sons : oct. cast steel, 190 lbs. at 12c; sundry hardware, $15.26 

Hardware, $5.10 ; inspecting work, $6 ; 3 m. rent of shed, $3.50 ; smithwork, $7.70 

King's Printer's account, $21 .60 ; advertising, $215.21 



Total , carried to page V — 6 

Nieholas River Wharf, N.B. : To Complete. 

Pay-lists : Sept. 3- April 30, 1901, June 14-29, 1901 ; foreman, 47 d. at $2 ; carpenters, labourers 
carters, &c. , $252 .54 

Burns, Jos. F., square timber 3,528 sup. ft. at $10 , , , 

Burpee, I. & E. R., spikes, 2 kegs at $3.75 

Doherty, R. N. : hemlock timber, 23,311, sup. ft. at $10, 1,258 ft. at $7 ; plank, 12,585 ft. at 
$8; sundry, $11.12 

Mundle, James, horse-hire, $19.18 ; Robertson, G. W., removing pile down, $13 

Rent cf shed for storing tools, &c, $5 ; smithwork, $6.95 ; hardware, $19.36 

Total , carried to page V — 6 

Point Wolfe, N.B. : Breakwater. 

King's Printer's Account, $25.52 ; advertising, $159.05 

Quaco, N.B. : Repairs to Breakwater. 

Pav-lists, Nov. 12-Dec. 27, 1900 : foreman, G. R. McDonough, 25 d. at $2 ; carpenters, carters, 

" &c. , $148 .72 

McDonough, G. R., sundry disbursements 

Burpee, I. & E. R., ref. iron, 375 lbs. at $1.85, 50 lbs. at $1.80, 2,420 lbs. at $1.75 

Brown, H. W., spruce, 216 ft. at $15 ; Hoey, Thos, spruce timber, 4,076 ft. at $15 

Nugent, P. H., spruce timber, 4,088 ft. at $15 ; Power, Jos., bolts, $7.95 

Power, Jos., ironwork for St. Martin's breakwater 

Total, carried to page V— 6 . 



cts. 



414 81 

12 55 
171 76 

77 33 

288 49 

13 85 
21 21 



1,000 00 



117 50 


150 00 


267 50 


113 75 


26 25 


186 30 


9 10 


335 40 


603 11 


52 50 


27 00 


38 06 


22 30 


236 81 


980 38 


346 54 


35 28 


7 50 


353 71 


32 18 


31 31 


806 52 


184 57 


198 72 


10 68 


50 19 


64 37 


69 27 


27 72 


420 95 



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Rlchlbucto, N.H. : Repairs to Pier. 

Pay lists, S.pt. I N<»\. 31, 1900, March 1 June 30, 11)01 : foreman, Allan Hains, 179 d. at 13; 

carpenters, labourers, &c., $3,181.05 

I lains. Allan, foreman, Bundry outlay 

Allan, W. H., smithwork, 812.12; Beatty, M. & Sons: 1, No. 25 boisting engine, 

freight, 177.42 

Brown, Wilmol : Bteel rails, 2*404 tons at $20; 2 pairs car wheels and axles, $25; sundry, 



$2.52. 



Burp e, I. A E. EL : steel plate, 170 lbs. at 5£c.; ref. iron, 574 lbs. at $2 per 100 lbs 

I lannah, W. F., 1 18 ft. boat and outfit for breakwater. . 

[ntercolonial Ely. : 2 prs. old wheels and axles, L,935 lbs. at 1c. ; castings, 146 lbs. at 2c 

Jardine, ,1. & T. : stone, 32£ yds. at $2, l,186f at $1.50, 335£ at $1 ; 10 pee^ Les, $15 ; coal, 1\ 
tons at s <> : rope, 256 lbs. at 14c. : shingles, 10 M. at $2 : spruce deals, 14,101 ft. at $12 ; 
hemlock timber, 2,250 ft. at $12; 4,470 ft. at $10; sl ( vp,. ls , 3,048 ft. at $10; boards, 
2,025 It. at $8 ; pitch pine spars, 3 at $10 ; spruce, 4 pes. at $5 ; brush, 27', jobs at $30 ; 
birch faggots, 4,031 bdles. at 15c, 5,719 bdles. at 13e. ; hardwood, 4,810 1. ft. at 6c, 13, 175 
1. ft. at 5c: sundry, $83.77 

Kent Northern Ry., freight, $42.18; Lewis, Win. : screw bolts, 587 lbs. at 2.^e ; plates, $4.54. 

Murray, Thos., hauling material 

McAvity, T. & Si us : 1 No. 5 buffalo portable forge, $15 ; coal tar, 5 brls. at #4.50, 10 at 
$3.25 ; stove hooks with chains, rings, &c, 2 sets at $13.75 ; 6 steel crow bars, 147$ lbs. at 
7c. ; steam hose, 25 ft. at 45c. ; manila rope, 1,638 lbs. at 13c ; tarred hemp rope, 615 lbs. 
at lie, 644 at 10£c., 634 at 9£c. ; No. 9 galv. steel wire, 1,552 lbs. at $3.25, 8,523 lbs. at 
$3.10 ; steel wire rope, 160 ft. at 15c, 310 at 12c, 160 at 10c, 240 at 6k. ; -§ in. steel chain, 
398 11 >s. at $3.70 : sundry hardware, $185.19 ; freight, $48.47 ; expressage, $1.70 

O'Brien, Mrs. Catherine, 1 set blacksmith tools, $40 ; O'Brien, J. M., smithwork, $55.37 

O'Brien, Robt. ; 1 iron natch block, $10.75 ; sundry, $5.40 ; cartage and expenses, 90c 

Robertson, G. N. : coal, 24^ tons at $6.50 ; trips with tug, 17 at $5 each ; teaming, $10.50. . . 

Sleeth, Quinlan & Co. : 18 hooks, &c, 313 lbs. at 6^c ; bolts, 400 lbs. at 4^0.; screw bolts and 
plates, 165 lbs. at 4|c ; 1 special forged derrick strap, $6.44 ; cartage, 25c 

Waterbury & Rising : men's hip boots, 3 prs. at $4.75 ; expressage, 80c 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



River St. John, including Tributaries. 

Green River ($400.16). 

Pay-lists, Sept. 3-8, Oct. 1-18, 1900 ($292.85)— 

Foremen, days at $2 : Jerome St. Cyr, 4 ; Regis St. Cyr, 10 ; Elz. Vaisime, 6 

Labourers, carters, blacksmiths, &c 

Dayton, Milton : dynamite, 27 lbs. at 30c; sundries, $2.10 

Gagnon, N. A., sundry supplies, $30.76 ; Richards, T. M., sundries, $12.80 

Saucy, L A. : rent of boat, &c. , $13 ; supplies, $22 .75 

Smithwork, $6 . 45 ; sundry supplies, $11 .35 

Middle Southampton, repairing Tow Path ($250). 

Pay-list, May 23-June 18, 1901 : foreman, W. S. Tompkins, 22 d. at $2 ; labourers, carters, 

&c, $132 52 

Crouk, Richd.: stone, 40 loads at 20c; brush, 20 loads at 20c; hemlock, 15 pes. at 20c 

Dibblee, W. F. & Son : drill steel, 88 lbs. at 12c; dynamite, 35 lbs. at 30c; sundry, $6.35. . 
Hire of team and dray, $8 . 29 ; smithwork, $17 . 53 ; hardware, $5 . 25 

Rapidc de Femme Rocks, Grand Falls ($201.11). 

Paydists, Sept. 17-Oct. 15, 1900 : foreman, Frs. McCormack, 26 d. at $2 ; labourers, $119.37 

Spaulding, M. : dynamite, 50 lbs. at 18c; sundry, $3 50 

Smithwork, $8.50 ; hardware, $8.74 



Salmon River to River des Chutes ($399.97). 

Paydists, Sept. 17 21, 1900: foreman, W. W. Brayall, 36 d. at $2; blacksmith and drillers, 

$275.55 

Brayall, W. W.: paid for use of tools, $25 ; sundry outlay, $27.42 



$ cts. 



3,718 05 
24 81 

889 54 

76 80 
20 83 
30 00 

22 27 



10,353 11 

61 40 

6 70 



L,185 06 

95 37 

17 05 

254 75 

51 87 
15 05 



16,822 66 



40 00 
252 85 
10 20 
43 56 
35 75 
17 80 



176 52 
15 00 
27 41 
31 07 



171 37 
12 50 
17 24 



:-547 55 
52 42 



* Serpc7itinc Falls, building dam, <kc, ($300. ,'■'>). 

Pay-list, Nov. 3-20, 1900: foreman, John McDonald, 14 d. at $1.25; labourers and carters, 

32.75 300 25 

Canied forward | 1,551 49 ; 

1 — 12v 



V-178 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



River St. John, including Tributaries — Continued. 

Brought forward 

St. Francis River, making Channels (-$200). 

Pay-list, Sept. 1-Nov. 11, 1900: foreman, John Basque, 13 d. at $2; carters and labourers, 

$160.50 

Basque, John : use of canoes, 13 d. at 50c; tent and blankets, 10 d. at 50c; feed, 50c 

Basque, H., 1 canoe, 2 d. at 50c; Gendron, L., canoe, 1 d. at 50c 



lobique River, Improving Channel ($827.42). 

Pay-list, Aug. 1-Oct. 10, 1900 : foreman, E. Hutchinson, 61 d. at $2.50; carpenters, carters. 

labourers, &c, $517.76 

Wilson, Geo., removal of old pier from mouth of river, contract. . , 

Connell Bros. : 1 cast iron road scraper, $6 ; freight on same, 32c 

Hutchinson, E.: time getting ready for work and accompanying paymasters, 9 d. at $2.50; 

sundry disbursements, $13 .95 

Kupkey, A. E.: 415 lbs. drift bolts, $20.75 ; sundry smithwork, $2 

Sutton, M. S.: drill steel, 72 lbs. at 13c; manila rope, 38 lbs. at 20c; haidware, $24.68 

Sundry {$649.53). 

Bertrand, Alphonse, foreman of River improvements, Upper St. John and tributaries, lg m. 

to June 30, at $600 per an., $66.66; outlay, $9.45 

McLeod, E., legal services re Washdemoak Lake Bridge, March 12-29, July 2-17, 1899 

Detailed under ' Engineers, Maritime Provinces, Salaries and Expenses, page — ..... 



Total, carried to page V— 7. 



$ cts. 
1,551 49 



186 50 

12 00 

1 50 



670 26 

50 00 

6 32 


36 45 
22 75 
41 64 



St. John River and Tributaries : Wharfs in Tidal Waters. 

Tynemouth Creek Breakwaters. 

Pay list, Jany. 7-31, 1900 : foreman, Leonard Parker, 12| d. at $2; carpenters, labourers, &c, 

$61.78... 

Bentley & Fulmer : plank, 2,631 sup. ft. at $12; 1 piece hardwood, 72c 

Parker, Leonard, spruce fenders, 3,451 ft. at $5 per M 

Portland Rolling Mills : 3 kegs spikes, $7.90; 320 lbs. refined iron, $5.28 

Total, carried to page V— 7 

St. J o!i n Harbour : Negro Point Rreakvvater. 

Pay lists, Sept. 1, 1900- Jany. 19, 1901 : foreman, J. W. Long, 125 d. at $3; labourers, 2,027i 
d. at $1.50 

Collins, Andrew, wheelbarrows, 2 at $5; Coughlin, M. J., wages, llh d. at $1.50 ... 

Driscoll, John M. : spruce, 1,008 sup. ft. at $16; 2,017 ft. at $12; hemlock boards, 200 ft. at 
$10 

Fitzgerald, Daniel, smHhwork, $45.67; Long, John W., labour, protecting works, 9 d. at $2.50 

McAvity, T. & Sons : white horse cement, 79 brls. at $2.90; galv. wire rope, 100 ft. at 15c; 
sundry hardware, $T2.07 

Taylor, E. R., jute, 208 yds. at 9£c. per yd 

Thompson, Win. F. & Co., picking up adrift, 1 large derrick and delivering same at break- 
water 

Scow hire, $9.25; smithwork, $4.20 

Stone : gray granite, 1,169 yds. at $2.25 ; small size, 144 yds. at $1.25 ; delivering 765§ yds. 
at $1.25; paid as follows: B. H. Appleby, $670.50; R. R. Lee, $798.75; W. E. Scully, 
$2,298.08 , 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



St. John Harbour: Fort Dufferin. 

Foreman, John J. Kane : services, 87^ d. at $2.50; use of tools, 50 d. at 60c; less 58c for over- 
expenditure 

Carpenters, days at $2 : Jas. Kane, 17|; David Lynch, 48 

Carpenters, days at $1.75 : Robt. Jennings, 33; Edwd. McGaregle, 54J; John McGinnis, 39; 
Jere Sullivan, 64 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Jas. Brvne, 11; Dan Coughlin, 12f; Michel Kane, 14; Win, McKee, 
13i; Dan McDade, 4; Paul McDade, 33|; Edwd. McGinnis, 70f 

Teamster, Michel Kane, 11 d. at $2 



Carried forward. 



76 11 

69 42 

504 00 

3,228 44 



87 28 
32 29 
17 25 
13 18 


150 00 



3,416 25 
36 25 


42 32 
68 17 


316 17 

19 76 


10 00 
13 45 


3,767 33 


7,689 70 



248 17 
131 50 



332 92 



239 22 
22 00 



973 81 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

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V 179 



St. John Harbour: Fort Duffer in— Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Driscoll, John M., 6 in. and 3 in. spruce, 8,150 ft. at $14 

Fitzgerald, I )aniel : bolts, 841 lbs. at 4c, 3,406 lbs. at 3c. ; sundries, $25 

Murchie, N. H., deals, 918 ft, at $14, 1,440 ft. at $12, 400 ft. at $10 

McAvity, T. <fc Sons : manilla rope. 81 lbs. at 14c. ; sundry hardware, $22.91 

Sayre, F. E. : 12 x 12 hemlock, 11,508 s. ft. at $10; spruce knees, 24 at $2.50; spruce, $8.58. . . 

Scully, W. E., hand ballast put in wharf, 373 yds. at $1 

Three small payments : hire of boat, 8 weeks at $1.50; smithwork, $4.40; 4 pieces hemlock, 
$9.75 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



St. Louis, \ . is. : Repairs to Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Oct., 1900, May 14-31, 1901 : foreman, Eusebe Cormeau, 27 d. at $2; Simon Daigle, 
9 d. at $2 ; carters and labourers, $184 43 

Babin, Frank, hemlock, 9,341 sup. ft. at $8.. .... . 

Cormeau, Kusebe, time in transferring specification contract and materials to Simon Daigle, 
reappointed foreman of works, 5 d. at $2 ; expenses, $5 

Johnson, A. C, stone, 283^ yds. at 80c; Johnson, H., privilege of cutting and removing 1 
acre brush, $2 

Mailhot, F., privilege of 2 acres brush, $5 ; Vautour, P., brush, $15 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



$ cts. 
973 si 



114 10 


160 82 


:;i L3 


:;i 25 


183 66 


373 oo 


26 15 


1,-899 92 



256 43 
74 73 

15 00 

228 80 
20 00 



Shepody River, N.R. : New Wharf, 

McGorman, Wm., inspector of works, June, 5 d. at $2.50 

King's Printer's account, $1.93 ; advertising, $57.21 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



Shippegan Harbour, N.R. : Protection Works. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 1-Dec. 31, 1900, Mar. 1-June 30, 1901 : foreman, J. D. Sheehan, 234 d. at $3 ; 
carpenters, labourers, carters, &c, $2,887.63 

Burpee, I. & E. R.: drift bolts, 1,295 lbs. at $2.75, 280 lbs., $2.50; wrot spikes, 2 kegs at 
$3.50 ; ref. iron, 963 lbs. at $2.05, 13,941 lbs. at $2 ; freight, $1.25 

Lewis, W. & Sons : screw bolts and washers, 12,618 lbs. at 2^c; drift bolts, 2,403 lbs. at lc ; 
sundry, $11.70 

Loggie, W. S. Co., hardware, $12.70; McAvity, T. & Sons: augers, 8 at $2.75; sundry hard- 
ware, $69.93 . 

Sheehan, J. D. : services as conductor, 23 d. at $3 ; travel and disbursements, $101.62 

Smith, Wm., sundry smithwork 

Taking care of scow, $8.90 ; hardware, $6.84 

Brush at $20 for job of 12,000 ft.: Ache, E., $6.30; Chiasson, C, $6.67; Hache, Israel, 
H2.:>0 ; Robichaud, Andrew $20.30, Jos. L. $18.75 ; Russell, Peter, $6 

Stone, 610i yds. at $1 : Chiasson, Dosithe $3.50, Jos. F. $4.50, Wm. $8; Duguay, Ferd., 
$15.50; Noel, L., $6; Robichaud, John $48, ' 

Spruce, timber, 78,151 ft. at $15, 5,677 ft. at $9 ; 

5c; sundry, 1,616 ft. at 90c., 866 at 85c, 2,418 at 75c; 24 pes., $11 ; poles, 1,500 at $1.2f 
per 100 ; faggots, 206 at 12c,; sawing and delivering, &c , $56 ; paid as follows : Cowan 
Hugh, $159.45; Duguay, Wm. P., $13.20; Dumas, J. W., $48.08; Hache, Is., $6.25 
LeBreton, Chas., $1,015.01; McConnell, Arch.. $12 ; Robichaud, Gedeon $183.85. .1. V 
$11, Jos. L. $27.92, Marcel $10 ; Russell, Fabien, $39.08 



594 96 



12 50 
59 14 

71 64 



Jos. L. $507.75, Thibodeau $17. 

piles, 50 at $2 each, 28 at $1.50 ; 200 ft. 



3,589 63 


349 42 


319 63 


104 63 

170 62 

58 66 

15 74 


70 52 


610 25 



at 



Total, carried to page V— 7. 



Shippegan, N.R. : Wharf at Lameqiie. 

Landry, Arcade, estimate No. 2 from beginning of work to June 30, 1901 

Brien, Chas. , inspector or works, Sept. 10-Oct. 24, 39 d. at $2 ; attending asst. engineer laying 

out and inspecting work, 2 d. at $2 

Robichaud, Eug. L., inspector of works in June. 24 d. at $2.50. 



1,525 84 

6,814 94 



1,580 •'(, 

82 00 
60 00 



Total, carried to page V — 7 
l-12iv 



1,722 00 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1001 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Tracadle, N.B. : Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Nov. 8, 1900-Jan. 18, 1901, May 15-June 30, 1901 : foreman, Peter Lebreton, 97 d. 

at $2 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $335.27 

Arseneau, Philip, lumber, voucher outstanding 

Coughlin, J. C. : ballast stone, 50 cu. yds. at $1 : wrot spikes, 6 kegs at $4; rd. iron, 1,817 

lbs. at $2.25 ; sundry, $19.99 

Ferguson, Wm., spruce deals, 5,175 ft. at $12 

Godin, Alex., jr., smithwork, $14.42; LeBreton, Chas., timber, 9,953 ft. at $14, 1.900 ft. at 

$11; delivering Sctme, $51.34 .' • 

Petrie, Geo., smithwork, $3.86 ; Snowball, J. B. & Co., deals in iron, $45.74 

Thomas, John E., lumber 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally. 

Arisag Wharf, JV.S., Oct. 6-31 (9292.19). 

Conductor, Joseph A. Smith, 13| d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Gillis, Stephen : spruce plank, 5-in., 1,435 ft. at $12 ; 1 pc. spruce, 20 x 10 x 12, $2.20. 

Kirk, D. G. : round iron, 500 lbs. at 3c. ; sundry, $3.72 

McDonald, Donald : hardwood fenders, 132 ft. at 9c; spruce plank, 460 ft. at $12. . . . 
Small payments, each under $6 



Barrington Wharf, Shelbunie Co., N.S. ($249.26). 



Conductor, J. Hadwin Christie, 231 d. at $2 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Christie, Arthur, logs, 20 ft. long, 9 in. at s.e., 20 at $1 

Gammon, J. R., sundry, $1.60; Robertson, A. C, sundry items, $5.25. 



Bass Pond, Antigonish Co., N.S. ($49.33). 

Conductor, Alex. H. Mclnnis, 4| d. at $2; labourers, teams, &c, $39.73 

Burping Island, Canso, N.S.: Repairs to Breakwater ($34.60). 

Conductor, John McNeary, 4 d. at $2.50 ; carpenter, D. McNeary, 3 d. at $1,50 

Norton, F. W., bolts, 100 lbs. at 7c; Whittman, A. N. & Son, sundry lumber, $13.10, 



Canada Creek, N.S. ($12.77). 

Rawding Handford, wages, $9; timber, $3.77 (voucher not received at Audit office, Jan. 15. 
1902) 



Cape Cove, N.S.: Breakwater, July 1-Sept. 17 ($750.99). 



Conductor, Chas. T. LeBlanc, 44 d. at $2 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Comeau, Frank M., spruce logs : 12-in., 228 ft. at 6c; 10-in., 60 ft. at 5c; 6-in., 200 ft. at 2c 
Deveau, Raymond : spruce logs, 10-in., 46 ft. at 5c, 9-in., 572 ft. at 4c, 6-in., 1,125 ft. at 2c; 

spikes, 250 lbs. at 5ic ; iron, |-in., 238 lbs. at 3c; sundry, $8.80 

LeBlanc, Ben.: plank, 3-in., 5,000 ft. at $12 ; spruce logs, 12-in., 199 ft. at 6c, 10-in., 38 ft. 

at 5c, 9-in., 78 ft. at' 4c 

Small payments 



Chegoggin, N.S.: Breakwater ($88.03). 

Allen, G. F. & Co.: plank, 2,017 ft. at $10; timber, 1,250 ft. at $10. 

Churchill, G. W., wharf logs, 9 to 12 in. at top, 507 ft. at 4c 

Crowell, S. A. & Co. : iron, 713 lbs. at 3c: sundry, $4.34 

Small payments ..... 



Chcticamp, N.S.: Reconstructing Wharf ($302.50). 



Foreman, Chas. F. Chiasson, 8 d. at $2 

Carpenter at $1.50, carters at $1.50, and labourers at $1.25 a day 



Church Point Wharf, Digby Co., N.S., July 2-13 ($116.69). 



Conductor, Louis S. Melanson, 9 72 d. at $2. 
Carpenters, carters, labourers, &c 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



529 27 
160 17 

134 86 
62 10 

226 00 
49 60 
30 96 



1,192 96 



33 75 

183 83 

19 42 

18 72 
17 40 

19 07 



46 40 

176 01 

20 00 

6 85 



49 33 



14 50 
20 10 



12 77 



88 00 

455 70 

20 68 

77 37 

76 96 

32 28 



32 67 

20 28 

25 73 

9 35 



16 00 

286 50 



19 45 
97 24 

1,896 36 



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Harbour* and Etlvera : maritime Provinces Generally Continued. 

Brought forward 

Cocagne, Kent Co , N.B.: Wharf (91,811), 



Barnes, James, sundry trips 

Gallant, Hilaire, removing abandoned part of Cocagne wharf ,* by agreement! 

Comcauvillc, N.S. : Breakwater. 

I detailed with vote for " Comeauville " (Page V— 149) 

Corku-ms Landing, Beach Meadows, N.S. (923.7 .'). 

('handler, Edw.: wood for posts and stringers, 29 pes.. 20c.; sundry $4 57 
Taylor, A., smithwork, $5.10 ; Thompson, T. T., use of derrick, 10 d. at 50 

GeorgeviUe, N.S.: Breakwater ($291.22). 

Foreman, Dan. J. Mclnnis, 10. 1 , d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers, etc 

Hanrahan, Jos., smithwork, $6.52; D.' A." Mclnnes/sundrv outiay' $6 
Kirk, D. G. : iron, 330 lbs. at 3c; spikes, 62 lbs. at 4c; sundry, $6.78 

Molnnis, Ronald, covering 600 ft, b.m. at .$12 

Mclnnis, Alex. : spruce, 21 ft. long, 7 x 8, 84 ft. at 12c, 63 ft at 10c' ' 
McKinnon, Chas. : spruce, 25 ft. long, 10-in. at s. e., 144 ft. at 9c. . 
McKinnon, John A., covering 1,000 ft. at $12 



50c; truckage, $3.25 



Gunning Cove ($90.25). 
Pay-lists and accounts, not received at Audit office, Jan. 15, 1902 

Harbourville, King's Co., N.S. : hrcakwater ($500). 

Conductor, John Cook, 27 d. at $2.50; Foreman, Chas. Norris, 18f d. at $2 

Carpenters at $1.50, labourers at $1.25, teams at $2 a day 

Balcomb, Weston, smithwork cutting and heading bolts' 

Coonan James, spruce and hemlock logs: 10-in., 977 ft. at 4c; 8-in., 621 ft. at 3c.';' 6-i'n 



Gould, Edw., stone ballast, 105 loads at 20c 

Kennedy H., spruce logs, 260 ft., $9 ; Moody, A., stone bailast,' 61 loads at 10c'. '. 

Morris, A, stone ballast, 115 loads at 10c; McNealy, W., stone ballast, 255 loads at 10c 
larker, D. B.: spruce timber, 602 ft. at 3c; 1 keg spikes, $3.60; sundry, $8.03. . 
bpicer, Isaac stone ballast, 170 loads at 10c. ... 

Spicer, John : stone ballast, 167 loads at 10c; brush, 8 load'sat 50c 

Spicer, Wm, stone ballast, 167 loads at 10c 



Ingonish, N.S. : Repairs to Channel Protection Work (930.58). 



Foreman, Matthew Hawley, 3 87 d. at $2: sundry labour, $8.75 

Mines, Alex., hardwood sticks, 4 at $1.25; Ingraham, J. W., iron, 221 lbs. at 82 75 

Small payments 



Irish Cove, N.S. : Repairs to Wharf (9103.31). 



Foreman, W. E. McNeil. 10 d. at $2.50; labourers, <fcc, $33.62... 
Grillis, John piles, 8 at 75c, sundry, 20c; McDonald, J., piles, 7 at 75c 
McLean, M. N., piles, 9 at 75c.; McNeil, Dan., sundry, $9.15. . . 
McNeil, Frank, smithwork, $12.09; McNeil, James, piles, 7 at 75c 



Keith's Harbour, N.S. ($87.25). 
Foreman, Simeon Fegan, 4 d. at $2; labourers, 63 d. at $1.25 ; sundry, 50c. 



Little Brook, Digbg Co., N.S.; Repairs to Breakwater ($279...: . 
Foreman, Raymond Comeau, 10 d. at $2 ; labourers, at $1. 25 an, 1 si.:,.,,, day, $60.75 

Bo,Klre'!° S T SIT gS ' 8 " m " 7 13 ft ^ 4C -' 9 " ft - * 10 - in ' 2 ■■ t<,I1S ;lC « : BUn ^ 55t: ■ : 

-Boucirean, lelesphore, spruce logs, 8-in. 



... at s.e., 250 ft. at 4c 

Uomeau, Arnanld, spruce logs, 8 to 10-in. at s.e., 212 ft 

Comeau, A. H., refined iron, 1,392 lbs. al $2 95 a 100 

< ; omeau, Omer : iron, 390 lbs. at 3c; heading and pointing, 1,302 lbs.' at' 75c a 100. 

-andet, Chas. A.: spruce logs, 8-in., 200 ft. at 4c.; sundry^ $6.37 

Uaudet, Peter T., spruce logs, 6-in. top, 400 ft. at 24c 

LeBanc, Ambrose, snndry lumber, $12.11; LeBlanc, J. A., sundry' lumber ■.' si:;: 13 



Carried forward 



- 


1,896 3(5 


6 00 

175 00 


1,1!)!) 02 


lo 37 
13 35 


26 25 
184 75 

12 52 
1!) 16 
7 20 
16 38 
12 96 
12 00 



!J0 25 



105 00 

167 52 

10 00 

60 29 
21 HO 

15 10 
37 00 

2!) <;•.) 

17 00 
20 70 

16 70 



16 50 

11 08 

3 00 



58 ii2 
11 i:. 
15 00 
17 34 



37 47 

10 00 
10 08 
-11 05 
22 14 
i 1 :'.7 
10 00 
25 24 
28 22 



4,682 03 



V-182 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902" 



Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Louis Head, Shelburne Co., N.S.: Extending Beach Protection (-$199.76 ). 

; labourers and carters, $91.44. 



Conductor, Robert C. Abbott, G d. at 

Abbott, Bennie, 300 trees at $3 a 100 

Bill, J. F. : iron, 700 lbs. at 3c. ; sundry, $2.75 

Griffin, Dean : timber, 1,296 ft. at 4|c; ballast poles, 35 at 15c 

Merigomish, Pictou Co., N.S.. Repairs to Wharf ($216.40). 

Conductor, John Manning, 12 d. at $2 ; carpenters and labourers, $48.86. . 

Copeland, W. : round iron, |-in., 418J lbs. at 3c; sundry, $3.89 

Forbes, R. F., round hemlock, 12-in. at s.e., 179 ft. at 6c 

Fraser, John D., spruce plank, 5,000 ft. at $11 

Lainont, Arch., stringers, 10 x 12-in., 120 ft. at 10c 

McLaren, John, hemlock timber, 10 x 12-in. , 260 ft. at 10c 

Small payments ". 



Monk's Head, Antigonish Co., N.S.: Repairs to Channel Works (-$399.96). 

Foreman, Andrew Chisholm, 28g d. at $2 ; carters and labourers, $291.70 

Dunn, Chas. : damage to land, $S ; brush, $3.50 ; use of boat, $2 ; sundry, $2.10 . . 

Kirk, D. G. : iron, 355 lbs. at 3c. ; sundry, $3.73 

Mc Daniel, Miles, spruce trees, 15 to 20 ft., 25 at 40c 

Small payments 



Negro Point, St. John, N.B.: Breakwater {$325. 49). 

Allan, Walter H., sundry castings and labour 

Driscoll, J. M. : hemlock boards, 990 ft. at $10 ; sundry, $2.75 

Taylor, E. R. : men's oilskins, 13 suits at $2.10; heavy jute, 204 yds. at 9ic; short lengths 
54 yds. at 5c , 

McAvity, T. & Sons : White Horse cement, 37 brls. at $2.90 ; wire rope, 1-in., 500 ft. at 15c; 
steel rope, §-in., 300 ft. at 10c; crane chain, 100 lbs. at5ic; wire nails, 2 kegs at $3. 10 
3-ply roofing, 2 rolls at $2.25 ; oakum, 50 lbs. at 6c ; sundiy, $16.28 , 



Newelton, Cape Island, N.S. : Wharf ($50). 

Greenwood, E. P., balance of freight due on logs and plank delivered at Newelton wharf. . . 
Nickerson, Thos.. 1 stone wharf 

Noel, Hants Co, N.S. : Repairs ($60.15). 

Foreman carpenter, Manson Faulkner, 2^ d. at $2.50 ; carpenter, S. O'Brien, 2h d. at $2. . . 
Dunsmore, R. F., hemlock plank, 6,253 ft. at $7.50 ; O'Brien, S., spikes, 57 lbs. at 3|c ... 



Point Duchenc, N. B, 
Welling, Leonard H., furnishing timber and placing 2 bridles and 3 fenders, as per agreement 

Port George, N.S. ($29.73). 

Calker, T. P., & Co., hardware 

Ragged Head, N.S. : Breakivatcr and Dredging Channel ($400.36). 



Foreman, John H. Sullivan, 15 d. at $2.50, 13 at $2 

Single teams at $1.50, double at $3 ; labourers at $1 .25 

Sullivan, Wm. : Hatted spruce covering, 43 pes. at 35c ; spruce, 8x9, 221 ft. at 6c, 330 ft. 
at 4c 



Small payments. 



Red Head ($1,120.05). 
Pay-lists and accounts not received at Audit office, Jan. 15, 1902. 



Sandford, Yarmouth Co., N.S. : Breakwater ($149.92). 

Foreman, Lewis Churchill, 5^ d. at $2 ; sundry labourers, $46 

Churchill, Wm., spruce poles, 6 in. at small end, 110 at 25c 

Crowell, S. A., & Co. : refined iron, g-in., 810 lbs. at $2.55, 124 at $2.50 ; sundry, 58c. 

Ray Bros., cutting and pointing iron for dumps, 12 in. long, 810 lbs. at $1.90 

Winters, Jacob, spruce poles, 6-in. at small end, 106 at 25c 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
4,682 03 



103 44 

9 00 

23 75 

63 57 



72 86 
16 45 
10 74 
55 00 
12 00 
26 00 
23 35 



348 70 
16 60 
14 38 
10 00 
10 28 



15 68 
12 65 



49 38 
247 78 



40 00 
10 00 



11 25 
48 90 



25 00 



29 73 



63 50 
270 60 

41 51 

24 75 



1,120 05 



56 20 
27 50 
24 33 
15 39 
26 50 



7.658 85 



PUBLW WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-183 



Harbour* and River* : maritime Provinces Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Salmon River, Halifax Co., N.S. : New Freight Shed (-$214.10). 

Baloomb, Henry, superintending building <>f warehouse, 10 d. at $2 

Labourers, 23) d. at $1.75, 8.', at 11.50, :».', at $1.25 

Brownell, E. : sheathing, 700 ft. at $12 ; scantling, 1,500 ft. at $10 ; spruce, 4,000 ft. at $8. 

Ruttledge, Alex. : shingles, 10 M. at $2.15, 84 at $1.75 ; sundry, $1 .10 

Smith, Geo. E., & Co. : white lead, 100 lbs., $6.25 : roof paint, 5 galls, at $1 ; sundry, $12.10 
Small payments 

Sawpit, Lunenburg Co., N.S.: Wharf ($66.23). 



Foreman, James Morash, 54 d. at $2 ; sundry labourets and teams, $30.23. 
Love, Geo. H., stone for wharf, 250 tons at 10c 



$ cts. 


7,058 85 


20 00 
GO 74 
55 W 
37 18 
23 35 
17 13 


41 23 

25 00 



Sivims Point, N.S.: Wharf {$241.79). 

Conductor, J. F. Duncan, 9 d. at $2 ; foreman, T. W. Covert, 9 d. at $2 

Carpenter, 7 d. at $1.50 ; labourers, in all, 774 d. at $1.25 

Crowell, Thos. C, sharpening bolts, 3,009 lbs. at l^c; screw bolts, 300 lbs. at 3c 
lbs. at 3c; mooring rings, 190 lbs." at 10c 



iron, 843 



Tancook, N.S.: Rebuilding breakwater ($515.28). 

Conductor, Amos H. Stevens, 18 d. at $2 ; sub-cond., J. Mason, 16 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, in all, 944 d. at $1.25 

Berringer, Chas., logs, 50 at 88c; Graves, W. D., deal, 1,500 ft., $25 

Eisenhauer, James & Co., use of pile driver, 24 d. at $1 . . 

Stevens, Amos H., time spent distributing cheques and travelling expenses , 

Stephens Bros.: spruce plank, 3 in., 8,001 ft. at $12 ; spruce lumber, 7x7 and 4x7, 4,095 ft. at 

$12 ; 8 and 9 in. sided, 3,001 ft. at $12 

S.S. Ourrit (Win. Robinson, manager), towing logs, $7.50 ; freight on pile driver, $15 

Small payments 



Tynemouth Creek, N.b.: breakwater ($150). 



Foreman, Leonard Parker, 12 d. at $2 ; teams, 94 d. at $3 

Blacksmith, J. Carland, 1 d., $1.40 ; 8 labourers in all, 62£ d. at $1.25 

Parker, Leonard, sundry lumber, $7.87 ; Portland Rolling Mills, sundry, $10.43 

Upper Salmon River, N.b. ($150.30). 

Foreman, Leonard Martin, 9 d. at $2 ; teams, 8 d. at $3 ; labourers, 23 d. at $1.25 

Martin, Leonard : spruce scantling, 3,728 ft. at $11 ; spruce plank, 1,752 ft. at $10 ; manilla 
roj>e, 40 lbs. at 13c; freight, $8.45 ; sundry, $7.37 

West bcrlin Protection ($4 79). 

Cockinthol, Chas. V., refined iron, 165 lbs. at $2.90 

Yarmouth bar, N.S: beach Protection ($303.38). 

.50 ; less deducted for over -expenditure, 



Conductor, Ansel B. Crosby : 104 d. at $3, 23 at 

$48.77 (repaid on page V— 167) 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Churchill, Fred. J., spruce logs, 15 at 40c; ballast flooring, 31 at 25c. 

Crowell, S. A. & Co.: refined iron, 396 lbs. at 2|c; sundry, $4.85 

Nickerson, Sumner, spruce logs, 22 ft. long, 9 ft. dia., 10 at $1.20 

Ray Bros.: making dumps, 232 lbs. at $1.90 ; sundry, $1.05 .... 



Sundry Expt rw< 8 • $3,400.41). 

Avenarius Co., Sans Bruit, Que., carbolineum,, 1,046| galls, at $1 

Beazley Bros., Halifax, lightering,' 13 brls. carbolineum from Quarantine Station to Deep 

Water Terminus 

Fraser, A. Milne, Halifax: 1 No. 4 Smith Premier typewriter, $105 ; 1 7-drawer desk, $35 ; 

chair, $7.70 ; sundry, 30c 

Huskins. Wm. S., Port Latour, distributing cheques to men, travel and outlay 

Lordly, S. B., St. John : 1 oak filing cabinet, roll front. $05 ; 1 oak plan case, $30; 2 cup 

boards. $12.75 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison, St. John : 1 desk, $14 : office chair, $4.50; closet, $3.50 | 

letter press, $7.50 

Robertson, Win., Halifax, special paint brushes . 

Carried forwaid 



30 00 
107 37 

98 42 



60 00 

118 13 

69 00 

24 00 

25 00 

181 15 
22 50 
15 50 



52 50 
79 20 
18 30 



70 75 
79 55 

4 79 



40 23 
276 21 
13 75 
15 74 
12 00 
5 45 


1,046 50 


8 00 


148 00 
6 50 


107 75 


29 50 

9 80 


10,720 77 



V-184 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Harbours and Rivers : Maritime Provinces Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward , 

Sundry Expenses— Concluded. 

Canadian Express, $7.70 ; Dominion Express, $1.75 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. G. Kingston 

Paymaster, St. John, Jos. Ewing, travel and outlay 

King's Printer's account, $289.52 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $454.43 

Advertising 

Vouchers not received at Audit Office, Jan. 15, 1902 : D. J. O'Donohue, $37.28 ; S. Mattat 
all, $2.75 

Less :— On account of late R. P. Greenwood — refund by Security Co 

Total, carried to page V— 7 

Anse a Beaufils : Improvement, July 1-Nov. 23, 1900. 

Foreman, Jos. Oct. Boucher : services, 26 d. at $2, 82 d. at $3 ; postage, $1.28 

Sub-foreman, Peter Fibut, 93^ d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Bijeault, Fir., 91i ; Boucher, Alphonse 55, Frs.,68; Fournier 
Frs., 68 ; Gale, James, 90^ " , 

Carpenters, days at $1 : A. Couture, 67 ; J. Dunn, 81J ; C. Methot, 91 ; H. Falle, 90 

Labourers, days at 80c. : Ahern, Thos., 39 ; Cloutier, Anc, 34| ; Couture, Ambroise, 25 
Dunn, Alex. 35, Chas. 36| ; Lelieve, Isidore 34^, Xavier 34^; Shannon, Frs., 36i ; 9 
small payments, $43.60 

Heney & Smith, 195 lbs. 1-in. ready-made bolts at 4c 

Cartage of tools, spikes and deals, Alphonse Boucher, 8 trips at 50c 

Stone, 122J toise at $4, paid as follows :— Anderson, Alf., $16; Aubin, Thos., $20; Bou- 
dreault, Marcel, $31 ; Cloutier, George $12, Jos. $16; Collin, Jas. $20, Jas. (son Chas.) 
$14; Couture, Adol. $12, Fabien $25, Frs. $36, John $16; Dunn, Alex., $32 ; Gale, 
Clarence, $33; Kirouac, Isaac, $16; Lagace, Nar., $100; Lapointe, Chas., $24; Len- 
festy, John, $36 ; Mahan, Geo., $30 ' 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Anse aux Gascons : Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 4-31, 1900, June 10-29, 1901, Nov. 2-Dec. 14, 1901 : Conductor Win. Ahier, 67A 

days at $2.50; labourers, $737.80 

Atcheson, Thomas (widow of) : 100 yds. stone at 10c, hauling, $6 ; 2 railroad ties at 7c. . . 
Dav Bros. & Co. : birch, $20.13 ; boards, $1.72 ; clapboard, 78c ; sawing, $29.36; spruce. $51.56 
Samson & Filion : 3,500 lbs. spikes at $3.40 per 100 lbs.; 600 lbs. iron at $2 per 100 lbs.; 4 brls. 

spikes at $3.40 ; freight, $10.35 

Spruce, 1,838 ft. paid as follows :— Wm. Ahier, $4.85 ; P. Atcheson, $23.46 ; Octave Berger, 

$5.88 ; J. B. Chapados, $11.06; Vve. P. A. Chapados, 84c; Robert Chedore, $3.78; P. 

Chenard, $2.10; Gregoire Duguay. $3.30; P. S. Duguay, $2.43; Wm. Hughes, $2.16; 

P. Loisel, sr., $6.25; P. Loisel, jr., $2.43; Andre Morin, $1.12; J. B. Morin, $11.27; 

W. C. Mourant, $4.20 ; Isaac Parise, $1.68 ; Andre Roussey, 84c 

Horse-hire, $2 ; hardware, $20.01 ; freight, $1.08 ; spruce, $3.08; sundry, $4.33 . . - 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Anse aux Gascons : Interest on overdue Balance. 

Dumais, Paul T. C, interest on balance of final estimate from date of passing same to date of 

. payment at 5 p.c : $2,754 from Nov. 12, 1898- July 15, 1899 ; $2,304 from July 16- Aug, 

18,1899 

Baie St. Paul : Repairs to Isolated Block. 

Pay-lists, September 1-31, 1900 June 1-30, 1901 : conductor, Joseph Tremblay, 48 d. at $2.50 ; 

outlay, $8 ; labourers, $325.32 

Drolet, Israel : 7 d. 2 h. with horse at $1.50 per d 

Gagnon, Joseph : 113 ft. maple at 10c ; 44 joists at *20c 

Gagnon, Philippe : pine, 667 ft. at 12c, 132 ft. at 10c ; 3^ lbs. rope at 18c 

Gariepy & Frere : 200 joists at 21c ; Perron, Jos., 100 joists at 21c 

Samson & Filion : coal, 2 bags at 60c, 6 bush, at 30c ; iron, 2,556 lbs. at 2c ; machine, $13 

wicks, 2 at 65c, 2 at 60c, 2 at 50c 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
10,720 77 



9 45 

110 34 

1,077 65 

743 95 

62 95 



40 03 



12,765 14 
1,291 29 

11,473 85 



299 28 
140 25 

465 96 
329 50 



264 20 
7 80 
4 00 



489 00 
1,999 99 



906 55 

16 14 

103 55 

154 95 



87 65 
30 50 

1,299 34 



103 15 



453 32 


10 80 


20 10 


93 82 


63 00 


70 62 



711 66 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-185 



Halo St. Paul : Repair* to Isolated Block -Concluded. 



Brought forward 



Simard, Benjamin : 8 tiles at lie. ; 79 joists at 21c. : 12.'. W>*. rope at lGc. ; 1 wick at 30c. ; 1 

can of paint, 70c 

Simard, Wilfrid : 34 joists at 21c. ; 2 trips at 50c. ; 1 barrel nails, $3 ; 1 shovel, 90c. ; 7 d. with 

horse at ^1J5 per d 

Tremblay, Eugene : 182 ft. maple at lie. ; transportation of 200 joists at 2c. ; rent 1 canoe, 38 

d. at 40c. ; 1 bellow, 3G d. at 25c. ; 4 trips at 50c. ; 50 ft. fuse, 30c 

Tremblay, Hilaire : 84 ft. spruce at 7c, 576 ft. at 4c 

Turgeon, Francois ■ spruce, G3G ft. at Ge 

Hardware, 121.80 : spruce, 45 ft. at 7c, 12G at 2c ; timber, 30 ft. at 10c ; 8 joists at 25c. ; 

transport, $20 ; days, 72 at $1.50, 52 at $1.75 ; telegrams, $5.94 ; sundry, $3.82 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



Bate St. E aul, Cap aux Corbeaux : Wharf. 

Detailed in 1899-1900, page V— 201 

Pay lists, July 8- Aug. 31, 1900 : conductor, Jos. Tremblay, 44 d. at $2.50 ; labourers, $416.25. 

Asselin, Mde. Vve N., wood and encroachment on her property 

Boivin, A. & Lavoie : 246 lbs. melting for washer at 5c ; 1 stove, $5 

Coude, Edward, hardware, $12.88 ; Danais, Elz., shovel, $10 

Dassylva, 2,549 ft. spruce at 10c ; Drolet, I., 15| d. with horse at $1.50 

Dufour, Eugene, transport of 2,549 ft. wood at lgc 

Pilion, Joseph, 1,333 lbs. round iron at $2.75 per~100 lbs. ; 34 lbs. nuts at 6c ; 4 bush, coal at 
25c 

Gagnon, Joseph, 7,316 ft. maple at $25 per 1,000 lbs. ; 222 joists spruce at 20c 

Gagnon, P. & Frere, timber, $10.29 ; Lavoie, L., 8k d. with horse at $1.50 

Gagnon, Philippe, 80 joists at $11.80 per 100 ft. ; 118 ft. white pine at,12c, 28 ft. at 10c ; 25 
ft. red pine at 10c ; 24 lbs. nails at 4c. ; 556 lbs. chain at 4c ; 2 galls, paint at 90c ; 30 
bolts at 2Ac . 

Gariepy, P. N., 100 joists spruce at 20c ; 9 lbs. nails at 15c ; 1 box galvanized iron, $4 

Mailloux, Loins, 219 ft. red pine at 5c, 412 ft. at 7c ' 

Sam son & Filion, 863 lbs. iron at $2.70 per 100 lbs. ; 8 pullies at $5 ; 6 wheelbarrows at $2.50 ; 
sundry, $8.14 

Simard, Benj., hardware, $10.44 ; Turgeon, Ers., 249 ft. red pine at 5c 

Simard, Joseph, 779 ft. red pine, at lie ; less refund, $31.16 

Simard, Wilbrod, 4.7 d. with horse at $1.50 ; 2 toise stone at $2.50 

Tremblay, Eugene, boat rented, 37 d. at 40c. ; bellow rented, 36 d. at 25c 

Sawing 360 ft. at lj;c ; stone, 2£ toise at $2.50, 1 toise at $1.25 ; rent of shovel, 18 d. at 25c.; 
l.\ d. work with horse at $1.50 ; loads, 2 at 25c; white pine, 36 joists at 14c; sundry, 
$4.73 



Less Spruce timber transferred to Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere 
Total, carried to page V — 7 



Beauport : Wharf". 

Paydists, August 17-Sept. 22, 1900, Nov. 10-14, 1900 : conductor Alphonse, Laberge, 34^ d. at 
$3 ; outlay, $11 .68 ; labourers, $641.93 

Chamberland, Lazare : 1,516 lbs. iron at 4c; 8 iron rings at 70c . . . '. 

J hrouin, Celestin, 1.795 lbs. iron at 4c 

Giroux, Edmond : cedar, 4,100 ft. at 3fc., 4,024 ft. at 13c, 7,000 ft. at 14c, 1,000 ft. at 18c; 
. spruce, 740 ft. at lc, 3,251 ft. at 15c; pine, 400 ft. at 17c 

La Cie de Brasserie de Beauport, to weight, 520 loads of stone at 3c 

Martineau, J. E., h doz. handles at $1.20 a doz.; 13 brls. spikes at$3.60 ; 4 brls. nails at 
$3 :><> : freight, 75c 

Paradis, T., 1,998 ft. timber at 20c; Parent, E., iron, 1,7GG lbs. at 4c 

Picard, Joseph B., 75,159 ft. timber 

Reaume, A., white pine, 460 ft. at 20c; tollgate, 5 yds. at 23c 

Samson & Filion : 1 doz. limes at $1.50 a doz.; 1 set saw, 75c; 1 gauge, 50c; 1 hand saw file, 
20c; 2 limes at 10c; 1 handle, 40c; 2 : f lbs. red at 10c; 3 canthooka at $1.50; 1 lime 
saw, 20c; 3 hammers at 90 c .; h doz. handles at $1.80 ; lo brls. spikes at $3. 10 

Stone, 505 02 yds. at 50c, 3f toises at $4 , 

Kent, scales, 4 weeks at $] ; tools, 24 mo^. at 50c; rope, 30 ft. at 15c 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



| cts. 


711 66 


24 72 


24 29 


50 52 
28 92 
38 16 


82 13 


9G0 40 



445 10 

526 25 

25 00 

17 30 

22 88 
277 77 

38 23 

39 7<> 
227 30 

23 04 



54 65 
25 35 
39 79 

86 46 
28 89 
54 53 
11 75 
23 80 



29 02 


1,996 81 
115 39 


1,881 42 



757 11 
66 24 
71 80 


2,479 97 
15 60 


62 15 

470 24 
1 1 1 85 
93 L5 


Hi 13 

267 "l 

20 50 


4,494 75 



V-186 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Bertliier (en bas) : Repairs and Open Shed. 

Pay-lists, July 1-21, 1900, Sept. 1-30, 1900: conductor, Alfred Bouche, 18 d. at $2, 23 at 

labourers, $400.91. 

Bilodeau, Baptiste, 4 pieces oak, 57 ft. at 18c . . 

Bouche, S., 1 boat, $11.50 ; Boutin, Alphonse, 2| toises stone at $4 

Joncas, G., 3,318 lbs. iron at 3^e; Lessard, Jos. ,"3, 040 lbs. stone at 3^c 

Mercier, Eugene : 3,563 lbs. iron at 3hc. ; repairs, $1 . 05 

Hardware, $9.28 ; stone, 7H toises at $4 ; timber, 25 joists at 20c, 25 ft. at 20c 



Tctal, carried to page V — 7 • • 

Bertliier (en bas) : Widening Head of Pier. 



1901 



conductor, A lfred Boucher, 88^ d. at $3 
cedar, 8^243 ft. at i6c, 1^356 ft. at 6c.'; pine. 



Pay-lists Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 1900, May 1-30 
labourers, $1,549.23 

Boulanger, Elzear : spruce, 8,869 ft. at 13^0 

719 ft. at 17|c 

Crepault, W. R. & Cie, spruce and cedar, 1,317 ft. at 5c 

Joncas, G., 2,585 lbs. iron at 3|c; Larochelle, D., rent, &c, $12 

Leclerc, Capt., 1,477 ft. timber at 5c: Lessard, J., 2,550 lbs. iron at 3^c. 

Menard, M., 40 pieces of spruce at $1 ; Mercier, E., 2,018 lbs. iron at 3|c 

Roy, Geo., hardware, $9.04 

Stone, 286 T W toises at $4, paid as follows : Beaudoin, Lucien, $26 ; Belanger, Ones., $37 ; 
Bilodeau, Joseph, $70.62; Blais, Eugene $57.99, Norbert $15.60; Blouin, Fer. $13.20 
Jos. $10, Ovide $8, Theophile $11.60 ; Boucher, Elzear, $44 ; Boutin, Alphonse, $144.73 
Brochu, Edouard, $10.55; Buteau, He^m. $19.33, Honoce $4.62, Joseph $12; Carbon 
neau, Joseph, $107.34 ; Guilmette, Aristide $20, Nazaire $23.33, Theodule $12 
Laflamme, G.. $176.34; Larochelle, Damas, $30; Laverdiere, Xav., $61.33; Lessard, J. 
B., $12.73; Menard, M. A. $10.17, Michel $72 : Mercier, Cleophas $30.60, Joseph 
$63, Louis $4 ; Pelletier, Elisee, $38 



$ cts. 



505 91 
10 26 
21 50 

222 53 

125 75 

48 26 



934 21 



1,814 73 

2,228 80 

65 85 

102 47 

163 10 

110 63 

9 04 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



Bic : Addition and Improvement to Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 1-20, 1900 : conductor, Jos. Durette, 46| d. at $2.50 ; labourers, $461.77 

Bernier, Pierre, 1 barge, $13 ; Santerre, Jos., 2,000 lbs. iron, $20 

D'Anjou, P. E.: 2,725 lbs. iron at $2.10 per 100 ; freight, $7 . 02 ; 63^ ft. spruce at 24c; 383 ft. 

timber at 10c; paid blacksmith, $3 ; rope, paper, nails, $10.54 

Pelletier, Arthur; hardware, $5.43; timber, 30 ft. at lie, 90 at 9c, 53 at 8c, 91 at 7c, 399 

at 4c , = 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



Bie : Pier at Pointe a Cote. 



Pay-list, Sept. 15-29, 1900 : conductor, Jos. Durette, 12 d. at $2.50 ; labourers, $89.76 

Intercolonial Ry. Co., freight. , 

Dube, A.: spruce, 280 ft. at 12c, 1,025 ft. at 7^c, 362 ft. at 3|c, 1,411 ft. at 5^0., 320 at 9c 
timber, 119 ft. at 15c, 420 at 12c, 1,215 at 7^c, 1,487 at 9c, 107 at lO^c 



Total, carried to page V- 



Cacouna : Extension of Wharf. 



Pay-lists, Sept. 1-25, 1900, June, 13-29, 1901 : conductor, Zephirin Levesque, 49 d. at $2 

labourers, $170.09 

Beaulieu, Alphe, spruce, 4 pieces at 10c, 697 ft. at 3c 

Berube, J. B.; 2,171 lbs. wrought iron at 4|c, 21 lbs. wrought iron at 4jc ; 3 pikes repaired, 

20c ; 2 squares, 50c ; 14 crowbars repaired, $1 . 70 

Johnston, James, 517 ft. timber at 3c, 6 pieces at 5c 

Lachance et fils, 380 ft. timber at 2^c 

Sirois, H. Jos.: 368 ft. timber at 10c; sundry paint. $6.30 ; hardware, $22.05 

St. Pierre, George Co. ($1,521.75)- 

Balance due on contract, see page V — 202, 1899-1900 

Completion of the portion of Cacouna wharf built during year 1898-1899 

Spruce, 75 pieces at $25 per 100, 5 strips at $1 

Spruce, 28^ ft. at 13c, 115 at 12c, 86^ at lie, 212^ at 10c, 145 at 5^c, paid as follows : Guil 

laume Caron, $7.98 ; Johnny Chouinard, $9.85 ; L. Pelletier, $20.38 ; D. Rousaint, $7.10 

Isidore St. Pierre, $10.93 

Hardware, $1.75 ; sundry, $11 .20 ; advertising, $5.20 ; timber, $6.84 



1,146 



5,640 70 



578 65 
33 00 

131 33 

43 40 



786 38 



119 76 
100 20 

535 05 



755 01 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



268 09 
21 31 

100 98 

15 81 

9 50 

65 15 

625 00 

873 00< 

23 75 



56 24 
24 99 

2,083 82 



PUBLIC ^YORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 187 



Cap Santr: Wharf. 

July, 28 (1. at $2, Aug. 1-Oct. 18, Nov. 1-30, 76J d. at 



Conductor, Chas. Falardeau : services, 

83; travel and outlay, $73.10 

Sub-conductor, Jean Bte. Matte : services, 55 d. at 81.40 ; hire of horse, 9.1 d. at 81,29 at 50c. 
Timekeeper, Geo. Rinfret, 28 d. at $1.50, 71 at 82 ; chief carpenter, Uld. Lavallee, 85'6 d. at 

81.60 



Carpenters, days at 81. 10 : Geo. Page, 40*4 : Alph. I'iche, 74 ; , ! ; Omer Trepanier, 45*5 

Labourers, day's at$l : Dagenais, Hil. 46*8, Jo«. 79i ; Fiset, Johnny, 46'9 ; Forgues, Pr., 70'9 ; 
Gauthier, CeL, 34*8; Gignace, Chas., 21, Pf., 204; Leclerc, Hector, 477; Morasse, 
Aug., 43-6; Morisset, Geo., 15*7; Piche, Art., 353; Vadeboncoeur, Jos.,47"6; 8 pay- 
inents under £10, 835.50. . ♦ 

Labourer, Alf. Hardy, 411 d. at 75c; horse-hire at 50c. a day, A. Godin, 2d.; 8. Morissette, 
44(1 

Carters : Chas. Gignac, 51 d. at $2, 22 at $1.50 ; Geo. Gignac, 5 3 d. at $2, 237 at $1.50 ; Ls. 
Lavall.v, 5*3 d. at 82, 10"9 at $1.50 ; Gustave Lord, 81 d. at $2, 26*3 at $1.50 ; C. Matte, 
51 d. at $2, 5'6 at $1.50 ; Geo. Morisset, 5*9 d. at $2 ; 17 '8 at 81.50 : Samuel Morissette, 
11 "6 at 82, 29:2 at 81.50 ; 5 payments under 87, 828.10 

A.vand, Clovis : elm, 4,442 ft, at 850 ; spruce, 4,043 ft. at 810 

Blondeau, Theopliile : iron, 1,110 lbs. at la; making screw bolts, 4,229 lbs. at lc. ; sundry 
smitliwork, $58.90 

Dernme, Edouard : cedar, 231 ft. at Gc. ; spruce, 069 ft. at 4c; sundry lumber, $21.08 

Dore, Felix : spruce and hemlock, 1,094 ft. at 10c, 146 at 9c, 78 at 8c, 26 pes. of 6 x 12 in. x 
16 ft. at 81. 15 ; red spruce, 7 in. at small end, 2,428 ft. at 4c 

Fivnette, J. Leandre : sawn elm, 3,246 ft. at $50 ; 3 pes. elm, $9 

Germain, Napoleon: bolts, 4,332 lbs. at lc; smithwork, $33.74; rd. spruce, 30 ft. at 4c, 30 
ft. at 3c 

Godin, Arthur : rd. spruce, 7 in. at small end, 1,083 ft. at 4c; 1 pc spruce, 37 ft. long, $2.59 ; 
cord of wood, $1 .50 

Lagneux, Ls., spruce deals, 3 x 9 x 12, 100 at $26 

Lavallee, Ulderic : elm, 4,620 ft. at $55 ; lumber, &c, $13.42 

Lennon, F. M. cS; Co., rd. cedar, 1,246 ft. at 7^c, 1.444 ft. at 4c 

Matte, Telesphore, rd. spruce, 7 in. at small end, 750 ft. at 4c 

Morrisette, Flavien, 35 toise stone at 80c 

Noel & Dagneau : iron, 1,794 lbs. at $2.70, 3,226 at $2.50, 690 at $2.40, 4,677 at $2 ; sheet 
steel, 983 lbs. at 2^c; spikes, 4,212 lbs. at $3.40, 4 kegs at $3.25 each ; rope, 85$ lbs. at 
13c ; sundries, $26.17 

Page, Azarias : rd. spruce, 7 in. at small end, 1,359 ft. at 4c; 1 pc. cedar, 35 ft. long, $2-45. . 

Piche, Francois, rd. spruce, 7 in. at small end, 812 ft. at 4c 

10 payments under $13 : lumber, $13.66; hardware, $16.66 ; freight by steamers Etoilc and -SY 
Louis, $12.52 ; cartage. $6. 15 ; scraper, $8 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Carleton, P. Q.: Extension of Landing' Pier. 

Heney & Smith, estimate No. 2 to June 30, 1901, on $10,490 contract 

Stewart, Mansfield, inspector of works, Mch. 12- June 30, 1901, 95 dys. at $2.50 

Advertising, 8222.31 ; King's Printer's account, $53.09 

Thos. Breen, resident engineer, Quebec outlay and travel 

Total carried to page V — 7 

Cedars : Wharf on Soulanges Canal. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 2-Dec 31, 1900, April 18-June 18, 1901 : conductor, J. B. Sauve, 127 d. at $2.50; 

outlay, $5.25 ; labourers, $829.07 

Amesse, Pascal : 3 nigger heads casting, $6.35 ; 4 iron washers at 15c; 4 iron bolts and nuts, 

•<9.52; freight, $1.02 ; iron washers, $11.13 

Canadian Forwarding and Export Co., towage of scow 

Cuillierier J. O.: glass, 18 at 6c; hardware, $12.46: nails, 2 bbls. at 83.50, 7 bbls. at*3.75 : 

round iron, 847.64 ; trips, 1 at 81, 1 at 81.50 ; washers, 113 lbs., 85.09 

Demontigny, Alfred : trips, 3 at 81.50, 1 at 90c, 8 at 75c, 8 at $1, 8 at 50c, 5 at 25c; rope, 

83 ; freight, 15c 

Demontigny, Victor, trips, 5h days at 83, 1 at 81.50 

Doucet, Louis, timber, 320 ft. at 2c, 160 at 1 6c, 148 at lc, 104 at l$c 

Frier, J. & B.: timber, 559 ft. at 18c, 1,791 ft. at 20c, 14,362 ft. at $13, 2,250 ft. at 824, 

3,519 ft. at $30, 2,068 ft. at 815, 1,704 ft. at 818, 1,000 ft. at 817, 2,000 ft, at 822, 3,048 ft. 

at 818 

Lafleur, I L., hardware . 

Lalonde. Damien, 3 davs diving at s3.5(i : Massr. N., :! days diving at S4.50 

Poirier, Treffle : trips. 3 at 81.25, 2 at $1, 11 at 75c, 13 at 50c, 2 at 25c; freight, 35c 

Reay, John, 7,000 shingles at 82.80 ; Seguin, ()., 21 Ids. stone, 821 



1 ots. 



355 60 
LOO 60 



321 04 
237 51 



545 70 
:;i 03 



324 75 
296 38 

112 29 

61 70 

255-80 
171 30 

79 L6 

47 41 

26 00 

267 52 

148 10 

30 00 

28 00 



457 26 

56 81 
32 48 

56 99 



4,046 43 



6,860 00 

237 50 

275 40 

26 32 

7,399 22 



Carried forward 



1,152 36 


28 62 
15 00 


102 02 


27 80 
18 00 
11 74 


982 64 
52 54 

24 <><> 
21 35 
40 00 



2,476 67 



V-188 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VI!., A. 1902 



Cedars : Wliarf on Soulanges Canal — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Sauve, Abraham : stone, 90 yards at $1 ; 37 yards gravel at 75c . 

Seguin, Aza : iron, 2,999 lbs. at 2*c, 184 lbs. at 3c; sundry, $3.48 

Valade, F. X. : 21 yds, stone at $1 ; 32 yds. sand at 50c 

Hardware, $32.23 ; drawing coal, $2 ; trip, $2 ; coal, 1,813 lbs. at .$6 ; timber, 
$2.40 



.92 ; sundry. 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



Cnicoutimi Wliarf: Repairs, Painting Sited, &c. 

Conductor, Alphonse Pedneault, 25 d. in Oct. at $3 

Carpenter, Xavier Savard, 20f d. at $1 . 50 ; painter, Toussaint Morin, 16| d. at $2 

Painters, days at $1.50 : Ep. Gagnon, 18 ; David Grenon, 18| ; Alf. Morin, 2| ; P. Morin, 

4£ ; Ls. Wells, 18| 

Labourers, days at $1 : Jos. Pedneault, 20 ; Wilf. Perron, 13| . 

Allard, Pamphile, 9x9 tamarac, 400 ft. at 5c 

Bergeron, Hy., 11 x 11 pine, 675 ft. at 10c; Blais, A. C. & Son, rope, 29 lbs. at 15c. 

Collozza & Gobeil : white paint, 243 lbs. at 8c; turpentine, oil, &c, $10.50 

Cote, J. Thos.: white paint, 132 lbs. at 8c; linseed oil, 26£ gall, at $1 ^sundries, $12.15 

Cote, Boivin & Co.: white lead, 250 lbs. at 8c; iron bolts, 1,000 lbs. at 6c; wood, 282 ft. at 10c; 

sundries, $20.59 , 

Godbout, A. : planks, 1,220 ft. at $15 ; 11 x 11 x 10 tamarac, 201 ft. at 10c 

Guay & Gilbert : iron bolts, 3,128 lbs. at 5c; pipe, 120 ft. at 15c; sundries, $8.50 

Price Bros. & Co.: spruce deals, 1,430 ft. at $18 ; sundry lumber, $17.86 

St. Laurent, Chas. : galv. sheet iron, placed, 13 toises at $10 

Tessier & Petit : white paint, 275 lbs. at 8c; paint, 10 gall, at $1 ; sundries, $7.29 



Total, carried to page V 



Coteau du Lac : Wharl" on Soulanges Canal. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 3-Dec 27, 1900; May 1- June 21, 1901; conductor. J. Bte. Juillet, 107 d. at $2.50 

labourers, $951.42 

Amesse, Pascal : iron washers, 60 at 3c, 18 at 2|c; freight, $1.07 ; nigger heads casting, 371 

lbs. at 2ic, iron bolts and nuts, 100| lbs. at 7c 

Doucet, Louis, timber, 386 ft. at $1$ per M, 240 ft. at 2c, 369 ft. at $15, 112 ft. at l£aj 7,000 

shingles at $3.10 per M ; 148% mouldings at lc . 

Finn & Thompson, 2| h., tug Honore at $4 

Grier, J. & B., timber, 3.515 ft. at $30, 2,250 ft. at $24, 2,000 ft. at $22, 4,584 ft. at $18, 1,000 

ft. at $17, 2,076 ft. at $15, 14,054 ft. at $13, 1,791 ft. at 20c, 1,285 ft. at 18c. 

Houle, Dolphis, hardware, &c, $206.30 ; Pharand, J. E., hardware, $56.86 

Weir, J. & Pv., boilermaker, punching, cutting, &c 

Galvanized iron, 15J lbs. at 15c, 15| lbs. at 10c ; coal, 2,150 lbs. at $6 ; rent, shop 2 m. at 

$1 . 50, boats 8 d. at 25c ; sundry, 5c 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Coteau Landing : Dredging. 

Cohen, L. & Son, balance due on dredging, see page V — 204, 1899-1900 

Pharand, J. A.: inspector of dredging, July- Aug. 11, 1900, 36 d. at $2 ; travel, $4.50. 
Lalonde, O., rent of boat, July, 1900 



Total, carried to page V- 



Etang du Nord, P.Q. : West Cove Breakwater. 

Chiasson, Azade : rent of boat, $6 ; rent of storehouse, 18 m. at 50c ; cartage, $1 

Fatlier Point : Landing Pier. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 8-Nov. 30, 1900: conductor, R. Normand, 46 d. at $3; outlay, $27.59 

labourers,' $1,500.98 

Beaulieu. Eugene, 75 ft. wood at 10c; Belanger, E. S. & Son, hardware, $2.32 , 

Boulet, Joseph, 377 ft. spruce at 5ic 

Couillard, Fils & Cie. : 4,295 lbs. round iron at $2. 15 per 100 ; sundry, $10.12 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 

2,476 67 

117 75 
83 99 
37 00 

52 99 

2,768 40 



75 00 
64 13 

93 01 

33 75 
20 00 
71 85 
29 94 
48 96 

128 79 

38 40 
182 90 

43 60 
130 00 

39 29 



999 62 



1,218 92 


19 62 


41 10 
10 00 


1.106 29 

'263 16 

64 08 


15 37 


2,738 54 


1,688 32 

76 50 

5 00 


1,769 82 



16 00 



1,666 57 

9 82 

20 73 

102 46 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V--139 



Father Point: Landing Pier -Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Julien, L. : timber, ill ft. at 7c., 3 pieces at $3 ; 20 joists at L5c 

Lavoie, Adelard : iron. 8, MM) lbs. at $1.75 ; repairs, $6.87 ; sundry, $3.57 

Mc Williams : cartage, s 7.">'» : stone, L4 toises al $1 : rent and Btorage, $8; Lamps, 3 at $1 ; 

drills, L631bs. at 10c; paper and envelopes, LOc.; telegrams, $5.24; shovels, 2 at 50c; 

sundry, $2 

Rouleau, David : freight, $10.61 ; 1 line, 9c; nails, 27 lbs. at 3c; paper, envelopes and post- 
H.32 ; rent. 50c; stone. 8 toises at $4 ; trips ■ l at $1.75, 5 at $1, 4 at 60c, 1 at 50c, 

l* at 25c; wood, 108 ft. at 5|c, 4 pieces at 10c 

Samson & Filion, hardware 

St. Laurent, Yalnior, timber, 880 ft. at 5.',c, 1,878 ft. at 10c, 266 f . at 15c 

Talbot, J. A. : spruce, L88 ft, at 5£c, 415 ft. at 10c, 214 ft. at 15c ; dynamite, 78 lbs. at 50c: 

fuse, 300 ft. at lc ; detonators, 200 at 4c; pikes, 3 at 75c; pike handles, 6 at 25c, 1 at 35c 

Veilleux, Clias. : spruce, 3,381? ft. at 14c, 3,381 ft. at lc ; freight, $76.50 

Stone, 33 toises .it si, paid as follows: B. Belanger, $16; E Francoe.ur, $24; J. Heppell, 

$2 1 : W. Raymond, 812 ; X. Raymond, $56 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page V- 7 



Gatlnean Kiver: Protection Work on Hast Side of River* 

Pay-lists, Oct. 8-Dec 20, 1900 ; April 16-May 2, 1900 ; June 21-30, 1901 : conductors, Denis 
Belanger, 221. at $2.50; O. Robitaille, 61 d. at $2.50, V2h at $1.75 ; labourers, $1,472.66 

Barrette, S\: hardware, 820.61, trip, $1 ; Ducerre, Chas., 5,000 ft. earth at lie 

Charleson, W. G., hardware, $16.11 ; Cousineau, Osias, 3 T W toises stone at $10 

Galipeau, Dosithe : 708 loads gravel at 5c; 18 loads sand at 10c, 14 loads sand at 5c; lh d 
at $3 

La-race, Jos , services extending over a period of 18 months 

Leduc, Joseph, 34^ toises stone at $10 ; Legare, P., 3 "657 toise stone at $10 

Marengere, Severe : 88 ft, wood at 12£c. ; sundry, $1.50 

McLlroy, Wm., cartage, $10 ; Wright & Co. 2J toises rubble at $10 

Rouleau, C, 41tVih> toises stone at $10 . '. 

Hardware, $4.46 ; repairs, $8.55 

Travel of Ottawa official, A. St. Laurent 



Total, carried to page V- 



<• ralia in Wharf: To Complete. 



Paydists, Nov. 17, 1899- Aug. 22, 1900 : conductor, Carolus Leroux, 62 d. at $2.50; labourers, 
$2,105.67 

Amesse, Pascal : nigger heads casting, 362 lbs. at 2^c ; iron washers casting, 18 lbs. at 2r,c, 
968 at 3c ; bolts and nuts, 95 lbs. at 7c ; freight, $2.36 

Cavanagh, Edward & Co. : 2,000 lbs. round iron at $2.50 per 100; 1 boring machine, $8.50 j 
freight, 45c 

Dumoulin, A., smith work, $54.39 ; Dumoulin, N., hardware, $17.05 

< rraham, Wm., hardware, lumber, freight, &c 

Grier, J. & B. : timber, 6,500 ft. at $22, 1,344 ft. at 17c, 1,560 ft. at 16c ; sundry, $350. . . . 

Hodgson, Wm., pine, 966 ft. at $33, 700 ft. at $10, 8 pieces at 10c 

Laneur, I. L., hardware, freight, &c 

Lalonde, N. P. , 16 pkgs. pine shingles at $1.40 

Lavigne, E., 250 ft. wood at $40 per 1,000 ft.; 31 pieces hardwood at 25c 

Ottawa Transportation Co., freight 

Pilon, Dreffle, hardware 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



Grande Vallee, P.Q.: Pier. 



Advertising 

Thos. Breen, resident eng., Quebec, travel, &c, Aug. 22-27, 1900. 



Total, carried to page V— 7. 



Greece's Point : Wliarf. 

Ranger, Telesphore : timber, 1,895 ft. at 10c; stone, 30 toises at $4.50; sundry, $75 

Williamson, D. & Co., timber, 5,550 ft. at 16c, 3,324 ft. at 13c, 4,672 ft. at $15, 7,040 ft. at 
si 2. 50, 1,400 ft. at $40, 2,000 ft. at $10 



Total, carried to page V — 7 . 



1,799 58 

L3 98 

157 II 

57 44 



61 82 

128 28 
27(5 10 


138 04 
583 69 


132 00 
53 76 


3,402 13 



1,702 02 


81 61 


47 31 


42 40 


50 00 


381 57 


12 50 


37 50 


415 99 


13 01 


3 35 


2,787 26 



2,260 6< 



47 55 



58 95 


71 44 


223 52 


971 08 


39 68 


165 24 


22 40 


17 75 


29 25 


92 34 


3,999 87 


197 40 


35 75 



233 15 

399 50 
1.55 I 20 
1,953 70 



V-190 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. "902 



Grosse Isle, P.Q.: Repairs to Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 1-Sept. 15, 1900 : conductor, Alfred Laimnde, 340 h. at 20c. ; labourers, $868.39 

Beland, Ph., travelling expenses, &c 

Boulanger, Elzear, spruce 

Gamache, Adelard, board, 17 men, 8 d. each at 40c, 15 d. at 40c 

Gingras, Jos., 1,200 lbs. coal at $7 ; 9 empty bags at 10c 

Laberge, Alp. , hardware, &c 

Total, carried to page V —7 



Hull : Landing Pier. 

O'Leary, Michael, estimate No. 3, March 30, 1901, on contract for construction of wharf, 

Charleson, W. G., hardware, &c 

Davidson & Thackray : portable office, $65 ; desk, table, &c, $9 

Girard, Firniin, watchman, Dec, 1900 

Advertising, $250.85 ; King's Printer's account, $33.29 

Travel of Ottawa officials : D. J. O'Donoghue, $5.60 ; U. Valiquet, $7.40 

Total, carried to page V — 7 . 

Isle anx Grues, North Shore : Wharf and Land . 

Miction, A. E., acting as attorney-in-fact to complete purchase 

Advertising, $200.54 ; King's Printer's account, $31.27 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Isle Perrot, South: Repairs to "Wharf. 

Conductor, Agapit Gravel, 33 d. at $2.50; 1st workman, Jos. St. Maurice, 27 d. at $1.75. . . 
Carpenters, days at $1.50: J.-Bte. Gravel, 22J; Zeph. Leduc, 11 ; J.-Bte. Pilon, 29| ; John 

Staker, 10. . . , " 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : R. Leduc, 5£ ; Zeph. Legault, 12A ; F. X. Mon petit, 26^ ; Urgel 

Pilon, 11 ; Wilf. Pilon, 7 

Grier, J. & B., 12x12x26 hemlock, 936 ft. at $18 ; Leduc, Z., smith work, $21.45 

Prefontaine, T. & Co.: pine, 3x11x16, 12,320 ft. at $15 ; pine, 1x6x16, d. 4 s., 120 ft. at $30 ; 

cartage, $2.50 

Shearer & Brown Co., 17 in. flatted tamarac, 2,125 ft. at 10c; str. Belmont, freight, $86.02. . . 
6 payments under $13 : towing govt, scow from Graham to Ste. Anne, $12 ; hardware, $11.73 ; 

5 pes. spruce, $1.25 ; cartage and ferry across Isle and river, 6 trips at $1 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Isle Verte, P.Q. : Extension of Wharf and new Freight Shed. 



Conductor, Cleophas Cote : services, July 25- Oct. 23, 78 d. at $2.50 ; freight, $5.91 

Foreman, Zeph. Ouellet, 76 d. at $1.50; 1st carpeuter, Frs. Gagnon, 66i d. at $1.50 

Stonecutters, days at $1.50 : J. B. Cote, 21| , Pierre Ouellet, 38£ 

Carpenters, days at $1.20 : Art. Berube, 64|, Isai'e Carlos, 57, Art. Gagnun, 53|, N. Guimont, 

73^, Nap. Levesque, 57^, David Marquis, 63^, Art. Rivard, 14f, Ls. St. Pierre, 14^ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Cassista, Alex., 37^ ; Cote, Jos. (Eugene) 45, Jos. (Pierre) 31, Luc, 

28|; D'Anjou, Alph., 16 ; Devost, Ernest, 17 ; Dionne, Israel, 53^ ; Grandmaison, Ls., 59| ; 

Michaud, Lay.., 44^; Rouleau, Jos., 72; St. Jean, Eusebe, 29^; St. Saveur, Dan., 48; 7 

payments under $15, $76.25 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Belanger, Ernest, 54^ ; Cote, Aug., 10, Ed. (Magloire) 42, Ed. (Prudent) 

10^ ; Dumont, David, 31; Levesque, Andre, 18g ; 6 payments under $15, $205.95 

April, Eugene: cutting, pointing and heading iron, 6,118 lbs. at lc; rd. iron, 3,420 lbs. at 

2^c ; sundry smith work, $9.52 

Belanger, A. B. & X. Poitras : sawing birch and spruce. 2,787 ft. at lc 

Bertrand, Ls. : shingles, 20 M. at $2.25 ; spruce, 200 ft. at 10c, 250 ft. at 8c 

Binet, G. A. : 3-in. deals, 26,400 ft. at $12.50 ; Caron, Chas., hardware, &c, $22.28 

Dube, Geo. : iron, 3,036 lbs at $2.50 ; pointing, heading and cutting iron, 3,898 lbs. at lc. ; 

sundry smithwork, $6.80 , 

Lemieux, N. & Fils : cut nails, 14 kgs. of 7-in. at $2.65, 4 of 3-in. at $2.75, 3 of 4-in. at $2.70, 

2 of 1^-in. at $3.05 ; roofing paint, 20 galls, at 70c ; white lead, 150 lbs. at $6.85 ; oil, 15 

galls, at 95c ; sundries, $57.35 

Peltier, T. P. : boards, 300 at lie, 350 at 7£c. ; deals, 100 at 11 ^c ; brick, 400 at 70c 

Stone, 36| toise at $4 : Alfred Cote, $105 ; Talbot C. & A. Ouellet, $40 



Carried forward. 



$ • cts. 



936 39 
14 43 

162 34 

60 40 

5 10 

79 49 


1,258 15 


9,460 00 
13 98 
74 00 
20 00 
284 14 
13 00 


9,865 12 


5 00 
231 81 



236 81 



129 74 


109 50 


78 10 
38 30 


190 90 

298 52 


30 98 


876 04 



200 91 

213 75 

90 01 

477 60 



557 50 

455 72 

156 20 

27" 87 

85 00 

352 28 

121 68 



158 18 

73 55 

145 00 



3,115 25 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 191 



isle Verto : Extension of Wharf and new FrelgnJ shed— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Round spruce, 6,999 ft. at 7£c, 47 at 7c, 47 at 6|c., 231 at 6c, 164 at 4c, 164at3ic. ; square 
Bpruce, 69ft. of 13xl3-in~at 13c, 443 ft. of 12 x 12-iu. at 12c, 2,450 ft. of 11 x 11-in.at lie, 
1,943 ft. of 10 x 10-iu. at 10c, 81 ft. of 10 x loin, .it 9a, 21 ft. of 10 x 10-in. at He, 196 ft. 
of 9 \ 9-in, at 9c ; spruce, 040 ft. at He. ; 8 x 10 in. black birch, 1,352 ft. at 10c. ; cedar, 
2,001 ft. at 4c; boards, 217 at 5ic, 8 at 5}c. ; paid as follows ■ Beaulieu, Thoe., .$22.50 ; 
Berger, Jos., $25.33 ; Bonsaint, David $75.38, Jules $25.76, Pierre $21.66 ; ('iron, Ed. 
$167.70, Joseph $120.39 ; Cote, Pascal, $92. K); Miohaud. J. Bte. $19.88, Philodine $101.86; 
Ouellet, Alfred $35.90, Joseph 8104.06 ; Peltier, Geo $50.29, Ls. $37.77 ; Richard, Jos., 
$26.36; Soucy, Jos. R., $73.90; St. Pierre, Epiphane $24.26, Eugene $103.30, Isidore 
$25.70, Joachim $203.16 ; 8 payments under $15, $57.56 

5 small payments : boat hire, $20 ; hire of tools, §2.50 ; lumber, &c, $6.15 

Total, carried to page V — 7 

Kamonratka Wharf : Completion. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 17-Dec 21, 1000: conductor, W. R. Crepault, 72| d. at $3 ; outlay, §12.96; 
labourers, $2,181.27 

Bard, Alphonse, hardware, $40.64 ; Belanger, Capt. O., transp., $7.03 

Bouchard, William : 3,1722 ft. spruce at 8c; transportation $80.86 

Crepault, \V. R. & Cie., nails, powder, spruce, &c 

Drapeau, Arsene, 3,000 lbs iron at lc 

Martineau, J. E., 7,239 lbs. iron at $2.40 per 100 : 10 brls. spikes at $3.60 per brl 

Timber: pine, 381 joists at 30c, 05 ft. at Gc, paid as follows: — Beaulieu Joseph $114.30, 
Pharand M. $3.90 ; spruce, 2,9164 ft at 4c, 1,183 ft. at 5c, 2,250 ft. at 8c, 276 ft. at 6c, 
178.1 at 12c, 168* at 13c, overpaid, $2.35, 365| at 14c, 93| at 15c, 34 at 16c, 2754, at 10c, 
903 at 9c, 521^ joists at 25c, paid as follows :— Bonenfant O. $8.68, Bosse, William $9.25, 
Duperre Edouard $2.75, Guy P. J. $177.52, Hebert Auguste $60 . 80, Lebrun Alfred $9. H, 
Landry S. $19.59, Landry Joseph $242.88, Landry Thomas $3.08, Nichol C. $11.04, Paradis 
Jos. $91.12, M. P. $62.18, Pelletier George $24.45, Raymond, J. Bte. $4.40; cedar, 1,9634 
ft. at 6c, 143A at 5c, 1,068 ft. at 7c, 397 ft. at 8c, 611 ft. at 10c, 220£ ft. at 12c , paid 
as follows :— Daly Randolph $87.09, Landry Nap. $8.16, Landry X. $22.56, Levesque 
P. $3.15, Levesque T. $4.02, Paradis M. P. $194.08; cypress, 577 ft. at 4c, 202ft, at 8c, 
35 ft. at 9c, 73i ft. at 5c, paid as follows : — Leclerc Auguste $46.06 , 

Legal services, J. A. Blanchett, $34. 35 ; freight, $1.13 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Lake JTIegantic Piers : Repairs and Improvements. 



I cts. 

3,115 25 



1,415 12 
28 65 



4.559 02 



2,410 98 
47 87 

334 66 
94 75 
30 00 

209 74 



1,211 10 
35 48 

4,374 38 



Lake Megantic Wharf House ( 

Foreman, Malcolm Matheson, June 7-July 19, 30 d. at $2, Sept. 24-Oct, 31, 19f d. at $2.50. .1 

Painter, Wm. Boivin, 1 d. at $1.75 ; carpenter. John Morrison, 2 d. at $1.25 . 

•Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Alf. Bronseau 3, S. Bronseau 2, Peter Farland 7£, John H. Mathe- 
son, 47|... 

Labourers, days at $1.15 : Norman M. Morrison 8f, Ls. Sampier 13 ; 7 payments under $10, 
$31.35 ! 

Teams: Oliver Matheson, 8 d. at $3, 19 9 at $2.75; Angus A. Morrison, v\ d. at $2.75; 



Angus M. Morrison, 7i d. at $2.75 ; Murdo Morrison, 6.7 d. at $2.75. 

rs 6, J". F " 
Donald 5^, Frs. Therrien 7+ 



Carters, days at $1.75 : Alf. Bronseau 7|, J. B. Demers 



McDonald 04., Rod. C. Mc- 



Bronseau, Simon : clapboards, 700 at $12 ; 2 windows, £5 : door, $2 : moulding, 88c 

Lemay, T.: shingles, 10 M. at $2; boards, 1,500 ft. at $10; planed boards, 2,500 ft. at $12 

sundry lumber, $42 .95 

Marceau, J. E. & Frere, hardware, $15.35 ; Persons, M. S., lumber, &c., $41.79 

2 small payments : smith work, $3.34 ; oil, 5 galls, at 90c; sundries, $4.42 



Three Lakes Wha rj ( 9 '. 190 .54). 

Foreman, Felix Lapointe, Sept. 13-Nov. 28, 59 d. at $2.50; carpenter, Alex. Lapointe, 59 d 
at si . 50 

Labourers, days at $1.15 : Alf. Beaule 224, Eug. Beaule 10V, Narc Caouette 26^, Ed. Gagnon 
42, Sam. Gagnon 164, Art. Girard 134, Geo. Rodrique (father) ^O 1 ,, Geo Rodrique (son) 
43£ ; 5 payments under $10, $24 . 73. ." 

Labourers, days at 90c : Alf. Couturier 34, P. Lapointe 15 . 

Horses, days at $1.50 : Art. Girard 134, J. F. Lapointe 38, R. Poulin 34, Geo. Rodrique 194. 

Horses : J. F. Lapointe, 15 d. at $1, 10 d. at 50c 

Oxen, days at $1 .25 : Alf. Beaule 19£, Geo. Rodrique 3 

Bureau, Jos., iron, 717 lbs. at $2.35 ; Dubley, est. of Frank, lumber, 010 ft. at $11 



Carried forward. 



109 38 
4 25 

90 00 

56 36 
132 51 

57 75 
16 28 

107 95 

57 1 I 
12 2(5 



236 00 



266 54 
44 10 

111 75 
20 00 
28 12 
23 50 



1,373 95 



V-192 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII.. A. 1902 



Lake Megaiitic Piers: Repairs and Improvements— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Three Lakes Wharf — Continued. 

Lapointe, Alex., forged iron, 2,517 lbs. at $1; Marceau, J. E. & Frere, f-in. iron, 1,800 lbs. 

at $2.35 

Renaud, P. H., on account of timber , . . . 



Shed on Wharf at Woburn ($209.90). 

Conductor, L. A. O. Huart, 18 d. in Sept. at $2 ; joiner, John Poirier, 15f d. at $L50. . 
Labourers, &c, days at $1.10 : Poulin, Ls., 5 ; Pratt, Ls. (sr.) 9, Ls. (jr.) 9|, Wilfrid 10. 

Labourer, Noel Gagnon, 6 d. at $1 ; horse, Louis Poulin, 1 d. at 50c 

Chouinard, A., shingles, 9 M. at $2 ; Dion, Jos., tin, 37 sheets at 10c 

Huard, Eusebe, paints and oil, $11.84; Lake Megantie Lumber Co., lumber, $57.46 

Marceau, J. E. & Frere, hardware, $11.01 ; McLeod, Malcolm, smithwork, $4.92 

Total carried to page V — 7 



Lake St. John : Piers and Approaches. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 1-Nov. 16, 1900 : conductor, Alex. Poitras, 90 d. at $1.66§ 

Bergeron, H., 600 ft. pine at 10c, 910 ft. at 5c 

Bilodeau, L. P., hardware, paints, lamps, brushes, &c , 

Jalbert, Placide, 78 cords wood at $2 

Laroche, R., commission on payment to labourers 

Lemieux, Ed., 2,405 ft. pine at 10c, 3,800 ft. red spruce at 5c 

Martel, P., 83^ cords wood at $2 

Poitras, J., 164 loads of firewood at 10c 

Rinfret, J. P., hardware and repairs 

Savard, Henry, board of 8 men, 62 d. at $10 per month 

Savard, Xavier, 15 cords wood at $2 

St. Pierre, Eugene, 199 loads firewood at 10c .. 

Tremblay, Onesime, 2,100 ft. red pine at 10c : 

Trottier, F. & Fils, hardware, $29.75, 3 d. at $4 

Blais, J. C, on account of travelling expenses 



labourers, $476.19 



Total, carried to page V — 7 . 



Lake St. John, Riviere a la Pipe: Wharf on Lake St. John. 

Foreman, Alph. Pedneault, 24 d. in Sept. at $3; 1st carpenter, Xavier Savard, 20 d. at $1.50. 

Carpenters, days at $1 . 25 : Alfred Larouche 8^, Louis Larouche 8 

Labourers, days at $1 : Chas. Lapointe 17, Jos. Larouche 16|, Jos. Pedneault 22 ; 17 payments 

under $15, $175.25 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Hy polite Boivin 7j, Chas. Larouche 22 

Cote, Boivin & Co., round iron, 939 lbs. at 2hc; Gagne, Alf., hardware, &c, $6.10 

Gilbert, Honore, iron spikes, 1,680 lbs. at 5c; Gilbert, Pitre, iron bolts, 666 lbs. at 5c 

Tessier & Petit, 8-in. wire nails, 550 lbs. at 5c 

11 x 11 pine and tamarac, 1,350 ft. at 10c; 11-in. tamarac, 910 ft. at 8c; tamarac deals, 492 at 

20c;9-in. round red pine, 2,420 ft. at 5c; paid as follows: Alf. Gagne, $150.30; Frs. 

Gagnon, $21.20 ; Oct. Hudon, $44.60 ; Frs. Larouche (Jos.), $57.35 ; Jos. Larouche (fils), 

$95.20 ; 9 payments under $12, $58.55 



Total, carried to page V- 



Lcs Rouies : Wharf. 



Samuel Lepage, superintendent ($292.44) — 

Services, 47 days at $5, $235 ; outlay, $7 . 44 

Advance on account of disbursements 

Pay lists. Oct. 4-Nov. 30, 1900 : conductor, Wm. Crawford, 27 30 d. at $2 ; labourers, $1,669.94 

Astle, William, 114 lbs. steel at 15c. ; 100 ft. fuse, 90c ; 24 lbs. hammers at 30c. 

Cyr, Sylvestre, commission as paymaster 

Michaud, Louis, hardware, repairs and smithwork , 

Spruce, 47 ft. at 10c, 22 ft at 12c, 904 ft. at 5c, 173 ft. at 9c, paid as follows : Belanger, Alexis, 

$4.70;. Campbell, $2.64; Fourr.ier, Francois, $22 . 45 ; McLaren, Alexandre, $8.60; 

Sansterre, Joseph, $7.30 ; Thibault, Arsene, $15.57 ; Tucky, Harry, $6.85 

Hardware, $2. 10 ; driving, $5.50 

King's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V — 7 > . 



$ cts. 
1,373 95 



67 47 
400 00 



59 62 
36 85 
6 50 
21 70 
69 30 
15 93 



2,051 32 



626 19 
105 50 

61 46 
156 00 

21 91 
430 50 
167 00 

16 40 

43 88 
165 34 

30 00 

19 90 
210 00 

41 75 
400 00 



2,495 83 



102 00 
20 63 

231 00 
43 88 
29 57 

117 30 

27 50 



427 20 



999 



242 44 

50 00 

1,724 54 

25 20 

36 96 

159 25 

68 11 

7 60 

38 63 


2,352 73 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-193 



L'lslet Pier: Repairs and Add LUoiin at Wharl. 

Conductor, Raymond Nonnand, July, 23 d. at .$2, Aug. 1-Sept. 27, 43 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1 25: Oct. Caron 10, Aug. Clou tier 3, P. Leclerc30, Ela. Normand 22, 

Frs. Poitras 8, F. F. Samson 21J 

Labourers, days at il : Cyp. Anctil 8£, Alp. Bernier 44.^, Narc. Bernier 43j, Art. Daniel 29 

Frs. Gagnon 13, Gbas. Gaudraau 56, Alexis Hotote 35 > 

Carters, days at $1 . 50 : Cyprien Anctil 8, Aug. Belanger 6 

Boucher, Michel : making bolts, 997 lbs. at l^c; sundry siuithwork, §7.07 

( fegnon, Auguste : maple, 13 ft. of 10 x 14-in. at 28c, 36 ft. of 10 x KH-in. at 20c, 116 ft. of 

10 x 6-in. at 12c ; 3 x 4.j-in. spruce, 50 ft. at 2c 

Hudon, J. B. : iron, 997 lbs. at $2.80; 9 x 12-in. deals, 58 at 25c; spruce, 750 ft. at 3£c; 

cedar, 100 ft. at 8c; stone, 46^ toise at $3 ; sundries, $26.61 

Lemieux, Anthime, stone, W toise at $3 

Spnue, 60 ft. at 12c, 20 ft. at lie, 70 ft. at 10ic, 190 ft. at 10c. 20 ft. at 9£c, 225 ft at 7c, 

45 ft. at 6Jc., paid as follows : Aug. Belanger $16.40, Phideme Belanger .$26.08, Maxime 

Lemieux $13 .85 



Spruce, 38 ft. at 8c; maple, 224 ft. at 12c,' cedar, 58 ft. at 12c, 77 ft. at lie, 25 at 10c, 554 
ft. at 7c; birch, 24 ft. at 12c; 3 x 9-in. deals, 190 at 2 lie; paid as follows : Zol. Cloutier 
$26.20, Nap. Dussault $65.40, H. Fournier $11.08, L. Lamard $13.54, Irene Lard $14.14 



Total, carried to page V— 7. 



Lioiigueuil Wharl": Reconstruction and Repairs* 

Foreman, Alex. Coallier, 19 d. in July at $2.50, Aug. 1-Oct. 8, 36 d. at $3 

Labourers, &e, days at $1 . 25 : O. Belair 28|, Jos. Blanchard 24 g, Jos. Bourdon 27, F. Delorme 

17h, Ant. Gauthier 18^, Jos. Gauthier 17f , Alph. Lesperance 17, Chas. St. Germain 26 2 ; 

4 payments under $13, $31 .24 

Carpenter, Ai me Coallier, 14 d. at $1.75 

Carpenters, days at $1.50: Alexi. Audet 28, Xavier Beland 26£, Cas. Bomdeau 14, Ls. 

Gauthier 15, Jos. Lapointe 14, Pierre Lussier 11^, Onez. Paquette 14 ; 3 payments under 

$12, $30 37 

Carters, days at $2 : Cyp. Beland 7|, Xavier Beland 11, Frs. Benoit 36, Elzear Daigneault 

Etienne Goyette 3g, Albert Lapointe 1\ ... . 

Amesse, Pascal : bolts and nuts, 178 lbs. at 7c ; castings, 646 lbs. at 2^c 

Coallier, Alex., smithwork, &c, $4.80 ; Dubuc, Alexis, smith work, &c, $11.95 

Grier, J. & B., 12 x 12 hemlock, 3,276 ft. at $20 ; Richelieu Nav. Co., hire of barge, 16 d. atSOc 
Lafleur, J. L.: 33 steel plates, 11,754 lbs. at $3.75; drift spikes, 1,200 lbs. at 3^c; boxing, 

$1 . 95 ; cartage and ferriage, $10 

Maille, O. B. H.: rd. iron bars, 751 lbs. at $2.45; sq. spikes, g x 18, with pressed heads, 2,190 

lbs, at $2.85 ; cartage and boat, $3 ; sundries, $1 . 

Shearer & Brown Co.: 8-in. tamarac, 3,653 ft. at 10c ; hemlock, 4,745 ft. at $18 ; sawing 84 pes 

tamarac on two sides, $18.50 ; double team carting, 68 h. at 45c. ; labourers, 30 h. at 15c. 

fares crossing on boat, $4 . 80 

Str. Longucuil, hire of scow, 8 d. at 50c; Viger, Michel, stone, 8,608 toise at $6 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of Rocks. 

Barachois de Malbaie, Gaspe Co., Quebec ($50) - 

Paydist, Nov. 13-16, 1930: conductor, John Blondin, 3 d. at $1.50; labourers, 44 d. at 

$1 ; boat hire, John Blondin, 2 d. at 75c 

Briche a Manon, Grand River, Gaspe Co. ($50)— 

Paydist, Nov. 1-13, 1900: conductor, Edward Driscoll, 5 d. at $1.50; labourers, 42', d. 

at $1 

Cap D'Espoir, Gaspe Co. ($50)— 

Pavdist, November 7-17, 1900: conductor, Alexis Rail, 6 d. at $1.50; labourers, 38 2 d. 

* at $1 

Rail, Louis, repairs 

Cap Rosier ($300.40)— 

Pay-lists, August 23-October 26, 1900, Nov. 7-19, 1900 : Paul Gagnon, 6 d. at $1.50 ; out 

lay, $1 .50 ; labourers, 2S3 2 d. at $1 

Ferguson, Felix, 1 trip 

Ferguson, Ferdinand : 1 trip, 75c; joists, 40c ; smithwork $2 

Riffon, Eugene, 1 trip 

Coin du Banc et Cannes de Roches ($100) — 

Pay-list, November 16-29, 1900: conductor, 8 d. at $1.50 ; labourers, 87 d. at $1 

Mabe, 1). & Brothers, to hiring of sledge, hammer and crowbar 

Capucins, Rimouski Co. ($200.01)— 

Pay-list, Sept. 3-28, 1900: conductor, Napoleon Ouellet, 15 days at $2; labourers. 

' S14S.17 

Lamontagne, T. J., 3 lbs. powder, $1.25 ; Lavoie, E., smithwork. $3.05 



1— 13v 



Carried forward. 



f eta 


153 50 


117 83 


1 l| 00 
21 00 
1!) 53 


25 7<i 


243 53 

1:; :»o 



56 33 

L30 36 

975 34 



155 50 



252 76 
24 50 



214 11 



147 00 
28 61 
16 75 
73 52 


494 73 


84 82 


509 11 

520 48 


2,521 89 



50 00 



50 00 



47 50 
2 50 


294 00 
1 75 
3 15 
1 50 


99 00 
1 00 


17S 17 
4 30 



'32 87 



V-194 



AUDITOR GENERAL' 8 REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD vm., A. 1902 



Lower St. Lawrence : Removal of Rocks — Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Capucins, Rimouski Co. — Con. 

Roy, Arthur, nails and rope 

Samson & Filion, 1 bar steel, $5.88, dynamite, fuse and detonators, $9.68 ; pike, 90c 

Grande Riviere, Gaspe Co. ($100.00)— 

Pay-list, November 5-12, 1900 : conductor, Joseph Dube, 7 days at $1.50, 89A days at $1.00 
L'Anse du Cap ($100.00)— 

Pay-list, November 10-16, 1900: conductor, Edouard Bourget, 6 d. at $1.50; outlay, 

$3.36 ; labourers, $87.64 

L'Anse a Griffon ($299.90)— 

Pay-lists, Oct. 10-31, 1900, Nov. 3 to 20, Nov. 6-22, 1900 ; conductors, Ovide Labbee, 8d. 
at $1.50, overpaid, 50c.; Alfred Morin, 15 d. at $1.58 ; labourers, 249| days at $1. . . 

Chouinard, Cyprien, repairs, $3.40 ; Pelletier, J., repairs, 75c 

Truing, Wm. & Co., Ltd., powder, $4.50 ; Lerine Bros, cordage, $6.50 

Little Pabos ($25.00)— 

Pay-list, November 19-20, conductor, Patrick O'Connor, 3 days at $1.50 ; labourers, 20J 

days at $1 

Little River, East Gaspe Co. ($100.00)— 

Pay-list Nov. 7-17, 1900, conductor, J. Bte. Lelievre, 6 d. at $1.50 ; labourers, 91 d. at $1.. 
Mechins, Rimouski Co. ($303.54)— 

Pay-lists, Sept. 12-30, 1900, Oct. 1-12, 22-31, 1900 : conductors, F. Marin, 21 days at $2 ; 
Jos. Lemieux, 10 days at $2 ; labourers, $189.55 

Bergeron, J. B. E., powder, $10 : Marquis, J. A., fuse, 98c 

Samson & Filion, hardware, $31.36 ; St. Gelais Frs., hardware, $4.90 

Trepanier, Jos., hardware, $3 ; Verreault, Pierre, smithwork, $1.75 

Petit Cap-Gaspe Co. ($150.00)— 

Pay-lists, Sept. 15-Oct. 20, 1900 : conductors, Edmond Denis, 5| days at $1.50 ; Thomas 
Savage, 5^ days at $1.50 ; labourers, $125.48 , 

Fruing, Wm. & Co., Ltd., powder nails 

Petite Matane ($302.06)— 

Pay-lists. Sept. 15-30, Oct. 1-23, 1900 : conductor, 28 d. and 2 hours at $2 a day, outlay, 
$4.55 ; labourers, $189.45 

Derosier, Michel, work, $5.50 ; Levasseur, L. J., powder, $4.70 

Samson & Filion, hardware 

Petite Riviere Ouest ($100.00)— 

Pay-lists, Nov. 8-17, 1900, conductor, Moi'se Bisson, 6 d. at $1.50 ; labourers, $91.00 

Petite Riviere Ste. Anne ($198.55)— 

Pay-list, Nov. 12-20, 1900: conductor, Joseph Rioux, 4£ d. at $1.50; outlay, $25.70; 

labourers, $166.10 

St. Adelaide of Pabos ($150.00)— 

Pay-lists, Nov. 12-19, 1900 : conductors, Charles Johnson, 4 d. at $1.50; Simon Mauger, 

5 d. at $1.50 ; labourers, $136.50 

St. Georges de Malbaie ($50.00)— 

Pay- list, Nov. 16-19 : conductor, Felix Cassivi, 3 d. at $1.80 ; labourers, $28.00 

Cassivi, F. X. Abraham, wood, spikes, &c, $7.92 ; Cassivi, Josue Spruce, $8.68 

Ste. Anne des Monts ($100.00)— 

Pay-list, Sept. 10-20, 1900 : conductor, Joseph Deschenes, 61 hours at 15c; outlay, 

$1.20 ; labourers, $89.65 

General ($124.37)— 

Breen, Thos. , postage and telegrams . . 

Cyr, Sylvestre, commission as paymaster, $26.69 ; travelling expenses, $89.50 

Total, carried to page V— 7 

Magdalen Islands : Breakwater, &c. 

Pay-lists of employees, June 28- July 31, Oct.-Dec, 1900 ... 

Arsenault, Capt. John (schr. Kate) : hauling logs on schooner and landing same, $59.47 ; 
freight on 552 logs, Little Bras d'Or to Magdalen Islands, 260 miles, $350. 

Bertrand, J. T., advance on account of travel and outlay, June 19, 1901. 

Cox, R. H. , logs, lumber, stone, &c 

Dechesne. L. M, engineer : services, July-Feb., 122 d. at $4 ; travel and outlay, $283.50 

Delaney, Camille, iron, 1,524 lbs. at 3^0. 

Delaney, R., & Son : logs, $85.69 ; stone, 2£ toise at $5, 4 at $6 ; iron, 5,288 lbs. at 3|c,; sun- 
dry hardware, $32.20 

Gaudet, Alcide J., watchman, and saving pile driver 

Jomphe, Naz., charter of schr. Jean Adele to bring timbe r from Amherst to House Harbour. 

Kickham, Thos.: iron, 18,003 lbs. at 2|c; 11 x 11 hardwood, 5,860 J. ft. at 13c; round hard- 
wood, 8,593 1. ft. at lie; 10 x 10 hardwood, 248 1. ft. at 10c; ballast flooring; 10,250 1. ft. 
at 5c ... 



Leslie, R. J.: use of 9-in. 120-fathom cable to tow stranded pile-driver, $40; use of jack- 
screws and blocks, $4; 8-in. hemlock, 9,418 ft. at $12; 2-in. hemlock plank, 9,701 ft. at 
$7.60 : sundry, $67.85 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
732 87 



1 08 
16 46 

100 00 



100 00 



284 75 

4 15 

11 00 



25 00 
100 00 



251 55 

10 98 

36 26 

4 75 



141 98 
8 02 



250 40 
10 20 
41 46 

100 00 
198 55 

150 00 

33 40 
16 60 

100 00 

8 18 
116 19 



2,853 83 



1,686 63 

409 47 
200 00 
345 91 
771 50 
53 34 

338 22 
45 76 
20 00 



2,739 42 
298 58 



6,908 83 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-195 



Rlaffdalen Islands: Breakwater, &c. — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Richard, Cleophas, charter of schr. Lion to bring lumber from Amherst 

Robb, Hannan & McDonald : steam hoisting-winch, $500 ; sundry, §333.53 

Str. Amelia, two trips from Amherst to Entry Island 

Thompson & Sutherland : ref. iron, 2,015 lbs. at 21c; less freight, $2.92 

Small accounts: stone $223.87, logs $195.21, snuthwork $61.52, hardware $52.93, lumber 
$48.07, freight $16.65, sundry $14.45 . . ." 

Cheques to L. M. Dechesne, Oct. -Jan., $1,624.20, $400, $240, $785.17; less, vouchers present 
ed in support, $983.24, $422.31, $120.26, $104 ; difference yet to be accounted for, $3,049.37 
less $1,629,81 



Total, carried to page V— 7 



IHatane : Extension of Training; Pier Southwardly. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 11- Dec. 18, 1900, May 1-June 30, 1901 : conductor, Absolom Aubin, 117£ d 
at $2.50 ; labourers, $1,190.26. 

Bergeron, J. B. E., wood and sawing, $17.27 ; Cyr, Sylvester, commission, $33.72 

Fiaser, Alexander : 3 toise stone at $5 ; 9 loads brush at 25c. ; ground rent, $10 

Langlois, P.: cedar, 99 ft. at 8c, 24 at 9c; hardware, $19.06 ; iron, 133 lbs. at 3c 

Lapierre, D. : 3tone, 7 toise at $4, 13 toise at $5 ; iron, $17.97 

Lapierre, N.: 2,400 lbs. iron at lc; 790 lbs. old iron at Jc ; repairs, $2.80 ; 4 toise stone at $4 

Levasseur, L. J.: cedar, 577 ft. at 10c, 751 ft. at 9c, 767 ft. at 8c, 791 ft. at 7c; spruce, 36 
ft. at 12c, 395 ft. at 10c, 396 ft. at 9c, 2,300 ft. at 8c, 360 ft. at 7c; platform, 1,400 ft, 
at 4he. ; hardware, $16.76 

Moisan, Onesime : 2,664 lbs. iron at lc. ; hardware, $8.85 , . 

Price Brothers & Co.: cedar, 114 ft. at 10c, 214 ft. at 9c, 1,488 ft. at 8c, 1,684 ft. at 7c, 22 
ft. at 6c, 108 ft. at lc. ; spruce, $62.03 ; sundry, $2 

Samson & Fdion : hardware, $8.20 ; iron, 4,159 lbs. at 2^c; 4 kegs nails at $3.75 

Stone, 41f toise at $5, 9 toise at $4 ; paid as follows : Dionne, Alexandre, $101.67 ; Dionne, 
Eustache, $70 ; Dionne, Octave fils, $17.50 ; Gagne, Thomas, $10 ; McDonald, Arthur 
$36 ; McKinnon, Thos., $10 

Spruce, 757 ft. at 10c, 476 ft. at 9c, 5,285 ft. at 8c, 870 ft. at 7c, 493 ft. at 6c, 284 deals at 
27c, paid as follows: Aubin, Danise, $35.36 ; Bouchard, Fabien, $47.14 ; Charest, Benj., 
836.48; Collin, Pierre, $140.98; Coulombe, Ferdinand $6.50, Ulderic, $9.90; Des- 
rosiers, Johnny, $31.91 ; Fournier, Jules, $1.68 ; Harrisson, Oaspard, $6.76 ; Joncas 
F. K. $16.80, Joseph $54.60, Xavier $61.39; Lapierre, Pierre, $60.12; Levasseur, Alex- 
andre $1.89, Damas $23.19; Levesque, Ed. $62 68, George $22.67; Paquet, Joseph 
$6.64 ; Thibeault, Felix $76.68, Stanislas $5 40 

Cedar, 22 ft. at 10c, 870 ft. at 8c, paid as follows : Joncas, Joseph, $27.56 ; Levasseur, 
Damas, $6.48 ; Levesque, George, $30.64 ; Paquet, Joseph, $7.12 

Corps morts, 357 ft. at 6c, 268 ft. at 5c, platform, 1,400 ft. at 2^c, paid as follows : Coulombe, 
F. si. 25 ; Joncas, F. K., $6.36; Joncas, Xavier, $23.79 ; Lemieux, F., $8.12 ; Levasseur 
A., $2.52 ; Levesque, E., $13.40 ; Levesque, G., $14.38 ; 

Iron, $14.22 ; freight, $1.56 ; sundry, $7.50 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



Ulurray Bay : Increasing Height of Wharf. 

Pay-lists, May 1-June 1, 1901, conductor Joseph Boudreault, 49^ d. at $2.75; labourers, 
$1,441 .06 ; less, short paid, $5.00 

Gagne, Romuald, 85 toises stone at $6 

Gagnon, Joseph, 6 d. at $1.40, 3 trips $1.75 ; Lajoie, Edgar, hardware, &c, $33.68 

Lajoie, A. John, hardware, &c, $54.30 ; Maltais, Elie, sundry, $14.12 

Municipality of Pointe au Pic, hardware, &c 

Paradis, J. E. : timber, 1,673 ft. at 5c ; transport, $3 

Rochette, Paschal : timber, 862 deals at 25c ; sundry, $24 . 40 

Samson & Filion : 2,628 lbs. iron at 2c ; sundry, $26 .61 

Tremblay, Charles, 517 lbs. iron at 44c. ; Tremblay, D., hardware, $127.54 

Villeneuve, Godefroy, iron and repairs 

Warren, Joseph : white pine, 198 ft. at lie, 90 ft. at 13c, 155 ft. at 15c; red pine, 25 ft. at 
12c, 510 ft at 10c; deals, 958 at 25c; hardware, rope, timber, &c, $51.06 

Spruce, l,329i ft. at 15c, 171 ft. at 13c, 3,448 at 12c, 5,680 ft. at lie, 8,694£ ft. at 10c, 112 
ft. at 8c, 295 ft. at 7c, paid as follows : Bergeron, Alfred, $270.80 ; Boily, Jean, si 7 36 ; 
Dassylva, Onesime, $618.74; Dufour, Francois, 814.92; Dufour, Seraphin, 8158. (50; 
Guay, Louis, $10.10; Neron, Denis, $3.52 ; 'Savard, Amable, $88.48; Savard^ Henri, 
1133.18; Savard, Jean, $265.51; Savard, Joseph, $285.11; Tremblay, Henri, si 7 7<> • 
Tremblay, Jean, $269 .63 ; Tremblay, Osias, $5.62 



Total, carried to page V — 7 

1— 134v 



$ cts . 
6,908 83 

30 00 
833 53 
100 00 

42 42 

612 70 



1,419 56 



9,947 04 



,484 03 
50 99 
27 25 
33 13 

110 97 
46 75 


582 44 
35 49 


334 01 
127 18 



245 17 



708 77 


71 80 


69 82 
23 28 


3,951 08 



1,571 49 
51 00 
43 83 
68 42 
10 48 
86 65 

239 90 
79 07 

150 80 
17 75 

401 29 



2,159 26 
4,879 94 



V-196 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 LDWARD VII., A. 1902 



New Carlisle : Repairs to Wliarf. 

Foreman, Francis Cooke, July 14- Aug. 31, 41| d. at $2 . 

Carpenter, Fredk. Assels, 39 15 d. at $1.25 ; labourer, Langler Kempffer, 4| d. at $1 

Carpenters, days at SI : Jas. Chatterton 26|, Bruce Shearer 17^, Digby Emollett 24 ; 15 pay- 
ments under $15, $122 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Jas. Chatterton, jr., \, Clarence Hamilton 1, Frank Law 1 

Bebee, Amasse : procuring, buying and measuring timber, 4 d. in June at $2 ; travel, $10 ; 
postage, $1.80 

Caldwell, T. J.: 3-in. spruce deals, 1st and 2nd qual., 8,989 ft. at $12; cedar boards, 439 ft. 
at $10 ; 3-in. birch, 115 ft. at $15; hardware, $2.24 

Samson & Filion : f-in. sq. iron, 519 lbs. at $2.70 ; 8-in. wire nails, 3 kegs at $4 

4 small payments : smithwork, $7.35 ; paint and oil, $4.60 ; 1 pc. round cedar, $1.43 ; freight 
on iron and nails, $1 . 95 



Total, carried to page V— 7 . 



Newport : Breakwater. 

Pav-lists, August 22-Nov. 20, 190C : conductor, Ernest, P. L. LeMarquand, 76£ d. at $2.25 

' labourers, $1,873.39 

Dea, P. & C, Bros., deals 

Dorion, Gaspard, 3,427 ft. cedar at 20ic, 3,298 ft. spruce at 20|c 

Gaudin, Charles, spruce, 100 ft. at 2o., 66 ft. at 5^c, 22 ft. at 6c, 140 ft. at 10c 

Larocque, Charles : 3,651 bolts at 2c. ; sundry, $7 . 31 

LeMarquand, E. & E.: 43 lbs. powder at 30c.; 65 ropes at 15c; freight, $14 ; sundry, $18.94 

Stone, 197^5 toises at $4.50 

Lease of store, 13| m. at 25c ; travelling expenses, $7 " 

Breen, Thos., resident engineer, Quebec, telegrams . . 

Cy r, Sylvestre, voucher outstanding 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Nicolet Harbour: Repairs to Jetty, Aug. 20-Oct. 25, 1900. 

Conductor, Jno. O'Shaughnessey, 66 d. at $3 ; sub-conductor, Wm. Courchesne, 51 d. at $1.50. 

Carpenters : Theo. Richard, 50 d. at $2 ; Jos. St. Armand, 12 d. at $2 ; Aug. Dubois, 50 d. 
at $1.50 

Labourer, days at $1.25 : Ed. Arnold 27, Eug. Beaulac43, Jos. Bellerose, pere, 48, Jos. Belle- 
rose, tils, 51|, A. Boisclair 50, Jos. Boisvert 51, Felix Boivin 48, Rodolph Courchesne 33, 
Adel Duehaine 48, Thos. Hubert 50, Ant. Lamphron 51, Henry Marchand 22J, Zeph. 
O'Shaughnessey 6, Amede Rivard 23. Nap. St. Jean 25f 

Ball, Geo.: 3-in. hemlock, 2,200 ft. at $12; spruce, 8 x 8 in. to 9 x 9 in., 25 ft. long, 1,018 ft. 
at $15 ; 8 x 8 in. to 10 x 10 in. cedar, 929 ft. at $12 ; sundry lumber, $29.24 

Beauchemin, Theophile, boat, $10.40 ; Cote, Alex., 4 x § spikes, 800 at $2 

Jutras, J. Narcisse ; stone, 116^ toise at $9 ; tamarac ties, 40 at 25c 

Morin, L. A., smithwork, $39.35 ; O'Shaughnessey, Zeph., horse-hire, $3.50 

Provencher, Donat, smithwork, $27.53 ; Rousseau, Em., hardware, $66.69 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Perce Wliarf : North Cove. 

Heney & Smith, estimate No. 1 to June 30, 1901, $4,547.80 ; less drawback, $457.80. 

Boucher, Jos. O., inspector of contract work, June 3-29, 1901, 24 d. at $3 

Advertising . , 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



Pointe Valois, Wharf Renewals, Repairs, See, 

Pay-lists, April 11-June 27, 1901 : conductor, I aul Denis, 14 davs at $2 ; labourers, $56.50.. . 
Castonguay, Ludger : 134 toise stone at $4 ; 2,350 ft. wood at $50 per 1,000 ; 56 loads gravel 

at 25c ; 250 ft. iron pipe at 5c ; sundry, $9 

Hodgson, Wm., timber, 270 ft. at $45, Of ft. at $20 

Valois, J. A. : 3 brls. nails at $4.37^ ; 13 lbs. nails at 4c ; 3^ gall, paint at $1.25 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



$ cts. 



82 50 
53 44 


189 75 
3 75 


19 80 


116 22 
26 02 


15 33 



506 81 



2,045 51 

110 24 

1,378 62 

20 95 

80 33 

55 59 

889 80 

10 33 

3 66 

60 26 

4,655 29 



274 50 
199 00 



f22 17 



82 05 
26 40 
1,058 50 
42 85 
94 22 


2,499 69 



4.090 00 

72 00 

5 85 

4,167 85 



84 50 

689 00 
14 07 
18 03 

805 60 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-197 



RimoiiMki Pier: Repair*. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 5- Nov. 30, 1900, May 15-June 29, 1901 \ conductors: Amedie Lavoie, 72 d. 

' at 13 ; Achille Lavoie, 40 d. at $2.75 ; labourers, $3,478 94 ; less 62c. short paid 

Dionne, Eustache : 655 lbs. iron at $3 per 100; 19 lbs. cast steel at 20c. ; 7 bolts at 5c. ; 2 

rivets at 15c. ; 1 hammer, 60c. 

Gauthier, Napoleon, travelling expenses, $8.43 ; Lavoie, M., rent, &c, $45 

Roy, Geo., freight.. ... 

St. Laurent, A. P.: 15 brls. nails at 83.75 ; 153i lbs. rope at 15c; 2 trips at $1 ; 1 saw, $1.50 : 

21 pairs door hangers at 60c; 560 bolts at 4c; 10 galls, oil at $1 ; sundry, $53.44 

Talbot, J. A. : dynamite, 84 lbs. at 50c; coal, 11 bags at $1.20 ; nails, 7 brls. at $4.75, 5 brls. 

at 83.75 ; cedar, 1,167 ft. at 12c, 374 ft. at 9c, 1,328 ft. at lHc, 1,045 ft. at lie, 604 ft. 

at 10c, 511 ft. at 14c, 269 ft. at 13c; spruce, 368 ft. at 6c, 374 at l° c -> !> 215 **' 4 ^ c -> 4,171 

ft. at 9c; 1,636 deals at 25c, 6,343 ft. at 14c; iron, 5,359 lbs! at $2.40; stone, 20£ toise 

at 84 ; bolts, 500 at $3 50 ; oil, 10 galls, at 81 ; paints, 70 galls, at 90c; timber, 8,000 ft. 

at S12.50 ; washers, 799 at $5.75 ; sundry, $533. 10 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Riviere au Renard : Pier. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 13-31, 1900, May 28-June 29, 1901 : conductor, Georges Plourde, 27 d. at 
$2.50, 13 (1. at S3 ; outlay, $50 ; labourers, $758.77 

Felletier, Joseph : 1,600 bolts at $2.50 per 100 ; 50 pointed drills at 5c 

Samson & Filion : saws, 3 at $3.25, 1 at $3.50. 3 at $3 ; rope, 123 lbs at 15c; chains, 625 ft. at 
5ic; nails, 4 brls. at $3.40 ; sundry, $46.60 

Spruce, 137 ft, at 6c, 2,948 ft. at 7c, 1,636 ft. at 8c, 2,696 ft. at 9c, l,030i ft. at 9£c, 1,256 ft. 
at 10c, paid as follows : Aubert, Frederick, $7.74; Bernier, L., $67.12; Bond, Octave, 
543.78, Wallace, $34.45, Thomas, $19.04; Cotton, Ernest, $11.33, Tancrede, $19.68; 
Dumaresq, Elias, $37.31 ; Dunn, Francois, $21.15 ; Dufresne, Frederick, $28.89 ; English, 
James, $1.99; Hyman, Wm. & Sons, $1.99; Noel, Alfred, $4.67, Alphonse, $39.47; 
Ouellet, Honore, $30.49, Louis, $25.78 ; Paquet, Louis, $59.54 ; Samson, Antoine, $23.55, 
Philias, $50.16, Edward, $35.58 ; Samuel, Alfred $47.24, Jean B. $42.04, Moise $128.21, 
Thomas $30.37 

Stone, 17 toise at $4, 5 toise at $2.50 . 

Timber, 1,350 ft. at $10 ; hardware, $4.17 

Breen, Thos., resident engineer, travel and telegrams 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



River Ratiscan : Dredging Channel at Mouth. 

Malone, Jas. C, services of dredge Pontiac, July 2-Nov. 13, 1900, May 18-June 10, 1901, 
1,182| h. at $8 

Malone, Jas. C, on account of dredging, June 15-29, 1901 

Isola, A. J. M. : services as inspector, June, 26 d. at $2, July, 26 d. at $2.50, 90 d. between 
Aug. 1 and Nov. 16, at $3 ; transport in boat in July, 26 d. at 60c ; postage, &c, $4.47. . 

La Haye, Arcade, inspector of dredging, May and June, 1901, 50^ d. at $2.50 

3 small payments: labour, 5 d. at $1.50; 25 poles, $1; rope, 10 lbs. at 13c; lumber, nails, 
&c, 82.92 ; horse-hire, $4 25 : 



Total, carried to page V — 7 



Riviere Cap de Cliatte: Pier. 



Foreman, Jean Cote, 29 d. at $2; carpenter, Geo. Lefrancois, 5^ d. at $1.50 

Carpenters, days at .^1 .25 : Henri Gagne, 3| ; Luc Gagnon, 16. 

Labourers, days at 81.10 : Marcil Pelletier, 3f ; Samuel Cdte, 2 ... 

Carpenters and labourers, days at $1 : J. Bte Chretien, 10| ; Urbain Chretien, 19 ; Xavier H. 
Roy, 11 ; 28 payments under $9, $101. 



Carters, days at $1.50 : Mathias Larivee, 7h ; 27 payments under $9, $101 .25. 

•, 3| p. 



on si J75.77. 



Cyr, Sylvestre, commission as paymaster 

Dion, Cyrille, making bolts, 900 at 2^c 

Dion, Diogene : cedar, 255 ft. at 6c ; ballast flooring, 100 ft. at 82 

Ducasse, Octave & Cie. : deals, 47 at 22c ; sundries, 18c 

Fabrique de Cap @hatte, sq. spruce, 369 ft. at 7£c 

Lafontaine, Joseph : deals, 116 at 22c ; cedar and spruce, 639 ft. at 6c 

Landry, Felix, spruce and pine, 1,048 ft. at 5c 

Pelletier, Joseph F. : deals, 41 at 22c; cedar and spruce, 202 ft. at 6c; right of way across 

field for carrving stone for one season, 85.50 ; rent of shed, 2. 1 , m., $1.50 

Samson & Filion : iron, 3,140 lbs. at $2.50, 1,190 at $2.30 ; barref coal tar, $4 ; freight, $8.50. 
Spruce, 1,779 ft. at 6c, paid as follows: Saml. Cote, $22.50; Phi'ippe Gagne, *17 ss : 

Pierre Gagnon, 832 . 16 ; Alfred St. Pierre, $4.20 

Sundry small payments : cedar, 22 ft. at 6c; hardware. $3.86 : telegrams. $3.76 

Total, carried to page V— 7 



$ cts. 



3,804 32 

24 70 

53 43 

2 04 

181 24 



3,448 46 
7,514 19 



915 27 
42 50 

135 28 



811 57 
80 50 
17 67 
10 57 


2,013 36 


9,462 00 
476 00 


407 07 
126 25 


16 96 



10,488 28 



66 25 


24 38 


6 32 


141 25 


112 50 


23 64 


22 50 


17 30 


10 52 


27 69 


63 86 


52 40 


28 14 


lis 37 


10(5 74 


8 93 


830 79 



V-198 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



River Chateauguay : Dredging. 

Moore, T. F., services of dredge No. 4 and plant, July 1-Sept. 18, 1900, 609^ hrs. at $8 

$6 , 

Bourcier, Joachim, inspector of dredging, July 1-Sept. 18, 102 d. at $2.25 

Total, carried to page V — 7 



Riviere du Sud : Completing Protection of River Rank. 

Foreman, Naz. Gaudreau : Aug. 25-Oct. 28, 55 d. at $2.50 ; outlay, $5 

Blacksmith, Narcisse Proulx, 23 d. at $2 ; mason, David Boulanger, 50 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, days at $1 : Beaumont, Jos. 33, Ls. 44 ; Blanchet, Alph. 25, Nap. 23 ; Chabot, 
Narc, 42^; Collin, Desire, 31^; Coulombe, Phil., 29; Couture, Ls., 21| ; Gaudreau, 
Achille 23i Arthur 42, Arthur (A. J.) 16^, Arthur (fils.) 24, Jos. 54, Narc. 35, Omer 
49; Gaumont, Cleo. lb\, Ovid 35| ; Labbe, Adolph., 18^; Labrecque, Octave, 19^; 
Proulx, Jos., 26i ; Robin, Johnny, 22; Thebault, Alphonse 25i, Francois 33; 21 pay 
ments under $15," $178 

Carters, days at $1.75: Theo. Beaumont, 9; Albert Gaudreau, 54; Cleuphas Gaumont, 10; 
Chas. Langlois, 1 ... 

Laberge, Alp., hardware, $41.67 ; Lemieux, Narc, cement, 30 brls. at $2.75 

8 small payments : hire of boat, 23 d. at 25c; gravel, 20 loads at 40c; dynamite and detona 
tors, $3 ; 100 boards, 8 x 12-in., $8 ; hardware, $6.29 ; drills and points, 770 at 2c; sun 
dry smithwork, $7 . 53 



Total, carried to page V — 8 . 



Riviere Richelieu : Boom at St. Johns Drawbridge. 

Pay-lists : Nov. 27-Dec 31, 1900 ; Feb. 1-March 1, 1901 : conductor, Alphege Boivin, 39^ d 

at $2.50, 4 d. at $2.75; labourers, $292.50 

Amesse, Pascal : iron washers, 410 at 3c ; freight, 41c 

Barsalou, Joseph, smithwork, &c 

Bernard, Avila, 944 ft. of timber at 22c 

Bernard, Leonidas, 1,252 ft. of pine at 20c, 90 ft. at 35c 

Bessette, J. & S., hardware, $20.37 ; Finn & Thompson, 7 hrs., tug Honore at $4 

Lafleur, I. L. : rope, $17.25 ; hose, $12.80 ; sundry, $6.45 

Poirier, Jos., moving pile driver, 6 days at $2.25 ; Regnier, L. E., timber, &c, $334.40 

Sincennes-McNaughton Line, towing 

Weir, James R.: 430 lbs. steel at 4c; hardware, $6.75 ; freight, 57c 

Timber, $4.91 ; hardware, $6.50 ; sundry, $10.50 

Travel of Ottawa officials, J. L. Michaud 



$ cts . 



4,870 00 
229 50 

5,099 50 



142 50 
121 00 



867 50 

129 50 
124 17 



53 97 
1,438 64 



Total, carried to page V — 8 . 



Riviere Richelieu: Piers and Boom at G.T.R. Rridge, Reloeil. 

Pay-lists: Jan. 15-Mch. 26, 1901: conductor, Avila Bernard, 48J d. at $2; outlay, $2.45; 

labourers, $310.98 

Bernard, Leonidas: timber, 324 ft. at $12, 699 ft. at 13c, 579 ft. at 22c, 206 ft. at 6c; 2 03 

toise stone at $6 , 

Lafleur, I. L.: iron, 653 lbs. at $2, 223 lbs. at $2.10, 103 lbs. at $1.90 ; freight, $1.20 ; washers 

3 lbs. at 10c ; sundry, $6 75 

Lambert, Francois : 125 lbs. nails at 4c; bolts, $9.32 ; repairs, $2.25 ; sundry, $2 

Pariseau, Firmin, rent, $15 ; Shearer & Brown Co., 225 ft. hemlock at 8c 

Hardware, $11. 16 ; sundry, $1.58 

Travel of Ottawa official, J. L. Michaud 



Total, carried to page V- 



River St. Ulaurice : Channel between Grand Piles and JjSl Tuque. 

Survey of channel, Dec, 1900, to April, 1901— 

Assistant engineer: J. B. St. Cyr, Dec. 13 to Apl. 27, 1901, 136 d. at $4 ; outlay, $27.35 

Labourers, carters, sounders, &c 

Dredge St. Maurice, wages, &c, charged to this vote — 

Captain: Theophile Lemyre at $60; July, Aug., Sept., ^Dec, $200; outlay, $27.84 
20-ft. pine barge, $20 , 

Wages of other employees, dredging and laying up dredge, July-Oct., Dec. 1-10 

Watchman, Prosper Lapointe, Feb., Mar., Apl. at $30 

Workman on buoys : putting out, June, $47 ; taking in, Oct., $100 

Boisvert, R., smithwork 



Carried forward. 



402 25 
12 71 
55 91 

207 68 

281 90 
48 37 
36 50 

347 90 
30 00 
24 52 
21 91 
34 80 

1,504 45 



410 43 



246 71 



27 96 
18 57 
33 00 
12 74 

7 78 


757 19 



571 35 
1,603 75 


247 84 
1,069 26 

90 00 
147 00 

51 63 



3.780 83 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-199 



River St. Maurice: Channel between Grand Piles and L.a Tuque— Con. 

Brought forward 



$21 



Cote, Theop. : coal, 3 tons at $7 ; steamer, 5^ h. at $3 

Crete, A.: hardware, 168.12 ; board of men," 97 d. at 00c 

Hearn & Harrison : 100-ft. chain, 2 at $9 ; brass numbers, $6 

Jourdain, L. G. : 1-in. steel rope, 270 ft. at 22|c; hardware, $45.05 

Patenaude, N. F., 20 mushroom anchors and 85 rings, 7,400 lbs. at 2£c 

Ricard, Aime : mixed wood, 49 cords at $1.75; 2 anchor-sites, $9.50; board of men 

sundry, $2.40 

Ritchie, Win.: owner of steamers Florence and Ivan R., services in 1900, $1,075.25 — 

Str. Florence, July 10, completing placing of buoys, piles to La Tuque 

Oct. 20- Nov. 27, removing, placing and clearing beacons, str. Florence, 93 h. at $3 ; scow, 
10 d. at $5 

Str. Florence, placing landmarks, attending dredge, &c, 152 h. at $3 

Str. Ivan R., attending dredge, 70i h. at $3 

Towing barges, trips at $3 ; fares and freight, $10.75. 

Fuel and timber ($648.63) — 

Blais, Adrien, wood at $1.75 : soft, 103i cords, mixed, 16 cords. 

Bourassa, A., mixed wood, 18 cords at $1.75 ; Jourdain, T., hardwood, 81 cords at $2. . . . 

Lemieux, J. B., mixed wood, 32 cords at $1.75; Parent, Jos., 12 x 12 hardwood, 31 ft. 
at 50c 

Neault, Ulri'c :' wood, 59^ cords at $2, 23 at $1.50; T. & G. plank," ljo66 ft. at $15'. '...'.'.'. 

Board of men and feed of horses, &c . . , 

Cartage, $113.82; placing landmarks, $19 50; timber, $10; landmark-site, $16; lumber, 

$8.30; ferry, $3.60 



LKSS-Paid in 1901-2 ($458.05-$239). 
Total, carried to page V — 8 



Roberval Wharf: Reconstruction. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 1 Nov. 20, 1900, Apl. 1-May 31, 1901 ($2,641.87)— 

Foreman, Therence Potvin, 104| d. at $3. 

Carpenters, labourers, &c 

Audet, Clovis : tamarac, 1,495 ft. of 9-in. dia. at 5c, 1,400 ft. of 11 x 11-in. at 10c; 8-in. nails, 

13 kegs at $6; sundries, $7.51 

Bilodeau, L. P.: pine and tamarac, 5,199 ft. of 11 x 11-in. at 10c, 2,684 ft. of 9-in. dia. at 5c; 

7 and 8-in. spikes, 600 lbs. at 5c; wire spikes, 2,500 lbs. of 8-in. at 8c, 1,500 lbs. of 6 and 

7-in. at 7c; nails, 341 lbs. at 5c; linseed oil, 8£ galls, at $1.50; white lead, 125 lbs. at 

12c ; galv. sheet iron, 30 boxes at $6 . 43 ; sundries, $39 . 28 

Bolduc, Ant. : dressing lumber, 340 pes. at 4c . . 

Donohue, W. T. A.: 11 x 12-in. pine and tamarac, 6,431 ft. at 12c, 2,250 ft. at 10c; tamarac, 

9-in. dia., 7,834 ft. at 5c 

duTremblay, Arthur : sawing, 26£ h. at $2 ; 3 x 5-in. x 8 ft. deals, 287 at 13c ; sundry 

lumber, $38.15 

Lemieux, E. & Co. : 3 x 10-in. x 12 ft. tamarac deals, 100 at 35c ; 11 x 11-in. pine and 

tamarac, 640 ft. at 10c 

Lindsay, Chas.: tamarac, 9-in. dia., 558 ft. at 5c; sawing, &c, $4.80 

Poitras, J., stone, 12J; toise at $4 ; Potvin, Em., hardware, $4.40 

Rinfret, J. P.: nails, 3, 4 and 6-in., 4 kegs at $5 ; iron bolts, 6,187 lbs. at 6c; sundry lumber, 

hardware, &c , $66.65 

Scott, B. A.: 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. deals, 1,357 ft. at 30c; 1-in. red pine, 1,483 ft. at $12 ; culls, 

856 ft. at $12, 3,920 at $10, 1,648 at $9, 2,465 at $8 ; sundry lumber, $8 

Tremblay, A. & Frere : pine and tamarac, 8,042 ft. of 11 x 11-in. at 10c, 8,289 ft. of 10 x 11-in. 

dia. at 7c ; 3 x 9-in. x 12 ft. deals, 1,752 at 35c 

Trothier, F. & Fils, sawing wood, 2,833 ft. at lc 

Iron bolts, 5,650 lbs. at 6c ; 109 lbs. (tareaulers) at 8c ; Cyrice Dufour, $170.06; Andre 

Duhamel, $177.66 

Pine and tamarac, 3,828 ft. of 11 x 11-in. at 10c, 649 ft. of 8 x 9-in. dia. at 5c, 130 ft. of 9-in. 

dia. at 6c: H. Cote, $4 ; Phileas Dery, $46.05 ; Alfred Lalancette, $25 ; Ferd. Larouche, 

$11.25; Larouche & Lortie, $50.90; Leo. Lortie, $40.55; Ls. Morin, $10.50; Ed. Milot, 

$7 .80 ; Jos. Ouelette, $16 ; J. Tremblay, $211 

Laroche, R., paymaster, 3^ p.c commission 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



$ cts. 
3,780 83 

37 50 

111 32 

24 00 

105 73 

166 51 



118 65 
50 00 

329 00 

450 00 
211 50 

28 75 

209 13 
193 50 

71 50 

168 50 
2,02R 70 

171 22 

8,257 34 
458 05 



7,799 29 



314 25 
2,328 60 

300 26 



1.265 71 
13 60 

1,388 42 

127 96 

99 00 
32 70 
53 40 

457 87 

516 92 

1,997 63 
28 33 

347 72 



423 05 
52 40 



9,747 82 



V-200 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Sabrevois: Wharf. 

Pay-lists, July 1-Sept. 18, Nov. 5-7, 22-26 ($1,051.25)- 

Foreman, Alphege Boivin, 74| d. at $2 . 75 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Amesse, P. : iron washers, 677 lbs. at 3c. ; freight, $1 . 20 

Fredette, G. : shingles, 10 M. at $2.60 ; sundry lumber, $17.78 

Lafleur, J. L.: 1-in. rd. iron, 3,145 lbs. at $2.85 ; 1-in. nuts, 150 lbs. at 8ic; li-in. iron pipe, 

255| lbs. at 10c; 8-in. wire nails, 4 kegs at $4.25 ; freight, $4.44 

Regnier et Freres : white lead, 50 lbs. at 8c; boiled oil, 4 galls, at 90c; sundries, $11.05 

Riel, J. Bte. : bolts, 352 at 20c, 57 at 25c ; sundries and freight, $47 .10 

Roy, Saml. J. ($148.49)— 

Hemlock, 12 x 12-in. x 19-30 ft., paid in 1899 1900 at $20 (page V— 215), increased to $23 : 
22 812 ft at $3 

4-in. hemlock, paid in 1899-1900 at $i2 (page V— 215), increased to $13 . 50 : 19,524 ft. 
at $1.50 

Pine (5 x 10 braces) 960 ft. at $23.50 ; 4-in. hemlock, 2,090 ft. at $13.50 

Ryan, W. A.: land required for a right-of-way to the public wharf at Sabrevois, including 

the old wharf situated on said property 

Deland, A. N., N.P.: deed of sale of right-of-way, registration, &c 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



Sorel : Ice Piers. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 1, 1900-Mar. 25, 1901 (less 1 week in Nov. and 1 week in Dec)— 

Foreman, Nazaire Prevost : services. 135 d. at $3 ; rent of tools and cabin, $30. . 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c 

Berthiaume, Jos.: iron cut into bolts, 20,702 lbs. at ljc; making bolts, 7,717 lbs. at l^c; 
smith work, $116.83 

Labelle, Cyrille : iron, 28,019 lbs. at $2.40 ; sundry hardware, $98.13 

Proulx, J. A. : hire of barge, Nov. 17-Dec 6, 1900 

Sheppard, Jas., & Son.: 10 x 10-in. sq. hemlock and 10-in. flat hemlock, 9,001 1. ft. at 17c; 
lOxlO-in. sq. pine and flat pine 10-in. face, 2,449 ft. at 24c; 9-in. pine, 5,064 ft. B.M. at 
$24 ; pine and tamarac, 4,094 ft. B.M. at $24 ; 3-in. pine, 1,283 ft. B. M. at $17 ; sundry 
lumber, $1.18; advance on account lumber, $150 ... , 

St. Laurent Saw Mfg. Co. : parts for saw 

Stone, 166 toise at $10 : Jos. Souliere $800, Narcisse Souliere $860 

Travel and outlay : P. E. Parent, $61 . 92 ; Chas. McGreevy, $36 . 90 



Total, carried to page V — 8 . 



Sorel : Pier. 

King's Printer's account, $99.22 ; advertising, $525.32. 



St. Alexis, Baie des Ha ! Ha ! : Pier. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 1-Oct. 31, 19C0 : foreman, P. McLean. 46 d. at $3 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, 
$665.92 

Tamarac and pine, 11,594 ft. at lCc, 520 at 7c, 15,564- at 5c, 4,622 at 3c. ; 50 deals at 25c; 
sundry lumber, $12.38 ; paid as follows : Bergeron, Frs. $26.04, Leg. $142.23 ; Bois, C. 
$1.50; Bouchard, F. $7.17, H. $5.50; Boudreault, Benj. $58.60, Jos. $20.75; Bolduc, 
Jos. $9.60; Dufour, A. $15.40; Durand, Thos. $33 35; Duval, Art. $7.68; Fillion, L. 
$10; Fortin, F. $12, G. $1.50; Gagnon, J. $121.60, Ph. $63.48; Gagne, G. $25.22; 
Gauthier, A. $51.56, G. $75.35, L. $68.71 ; Girard, Jos. $139.50, Thos. $5.75 ; Grenon, 
Abr. $19.70, P. $4.90 ; Harvey O. $3.30; Larouche, B. $15.22; Lavoie, Aug. $23.17, B. 
$19.40, Ern. $475.90, Ph. $8.45 ; Lemieux, E. $25 ; Minier, J. $34.98, M. $27.80 ; Morin, 
P. $2.80; Rousseau, Ch. $51.50; Rov, J. $1.05; Savard, J. $153, E. $6.20; Simard, 
B. $11.11, J. $7.10, N. $2.05 ; St. Jar, Chas. $31.60, J. $35.10 ; Tremblay, Alex. $16.25, 
Alf. $3.72, Frs. $55.10, G. $26.40, J. $156 25 ; Villeneuve, B. $18 

Stone, 211| toise at $4, paid as follows : Bergeron, L. $32 ; Cheyer, Art. $16 ; Dallaire, N. 
$10 ; Duford, J. $44 ; Duval, Art. $14 : Fillion, L. $18 ; Gagnon, E. $10, P. $112 ; Grenon, 
P. $18; Harvey, O. $7; Lavoie, E. $45; Mailloux, C. $3; McLean, A. $65; Poulin, J. 
$4; Savard, J. $138, E. $14; Seguin, A. $5; Simard, B. $62, F. $38; Tremblay, Frs. 
$8, John $160, Jos. $24 

Iron, bolts, 801 lbs. at 5c J prepared for bolts, 8,776 lbs. at 2c; sundries, $8 ; paid as follows : 
Art. Bolduc, $46.20 ; Fortin & Simard, $38.80 ; P. Grenon, $115.85 ; L. Larouche, $22.72. 

Total, carried to page V — 8 ... 



$ cts. 



204 87 

846 38 

21 51 

43 78 

149 38 

18 65 

131 75 



68 44 

29 28 
50 77 

500 00 
25 95 



2,090 76 



435 00 
2,002 44 

543 12 

770 57 
90 00 



2,510 71 

1 00 

1,660 00 

98 82 



8,111 66 



624 54 



803 92 



2,137 54 

847 00 
223 57 



4,012 03 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 201 



St. Alphonae, (Bagotvllle) P.<t.: Landing Pier Repair* and Shed. 

Pay-list, Nov. 2-15, 1900: foreman, P. McLean, 10 d. at $3 ; carpenters, labourers and cut. is. 

§27.25 

Bergeron, H., 11 x li pine, 150 ft. at 10c ; McLean, Ed., 11 x 11 pine, 400 ft. at 10c 

Lepage, A.: 11 x 10 tamarac, (580 ft. at 10c; 12 x 9 x 3 deals, 150 at 35c; nails, 300 lbs. at 4c 

Simard Neree, 12 x 9 x 3 pine deals, 165 ft. at §30 

Tremblay, J. E., 12 x 12 tamarac. 420 ft. at 12c; Tremblay, J., tamarac, 1,545 ft. at 10c. . . . 

Total, carried to page V— 8 

St. Andre de Kamoiiraska : Wharf. 

Desjardins, Alf.: balance tor purchase of wharf, approach and roadway (page V— 216, 1899- 

1900) 

Conductor, Felix Gameau, Oct. 16-Dec 13, 40 d. at $2.50 



Foremen, days at SI. 50 : Jos. Larouche IS, Louis M ichaud, 18i 

Labourers, days at $1 ; Adjutos Bernier, 16.^, Phil Darisse 23.,, Jos. Imbeau 244, Tancrede 
Label, 19, Alcide Lapointe 17, .los. Lemieux 20, Hy. Simard 19£ ; 29 payments under $15, 
$196.50 . 

Messengers and helpers, days at 25c : Michael Paradis 1, Jos. Thibault 12^ 

Carters, days at $1.50 : Honore Michaud 12, Chrysologue Ouellet 16 ; 20 payments under $15, 
$115.25 



Desjardins, Jos. A.: lumber, 338 ft. at 8c, 111 ft. at lie; cast steel, 86 lbs. at 14c; nails, 15c 
Desjardins, Paradis & Co.: f-in. sq. iron, 1,624 lbs. at 2^c, 287 at 2^c ; hardware and smith 

work, $15.64 ". 

Labouriere, Thos.: spruce, 375 ft. at 10c; 3x9x12 deals, 80 at 20c; lumber, &c, $53.99. . , 

Marquis, Francois : spruce, 208 ft. at 9c, 28 ft. at 7c 

Michaud, Jules, smithwork, $22.47 ; Sirois, Paschal, spruce, 512 ft. at 8c. 

Spruce and cedar, 696 ft. at 10c: Theo. Darisse, $22.50, Chrysologue Ouellet, $14.60; Emile 

Ouellet, $16 ; 3 small payments, $16.50 

3 payments under $10 : hardware, $3.13 ; 3 pes. cedar, $9.48 

Legal services : J. A. Blanchet (voucher outstanding) 

Total, carried to page V — 8 ; . . 



Ste. Anne de Soul : lee Piers. 



Conductor, Naz. Provost, Aug. 13-Sept. 30, 41 d. at $3 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : Ls Crete U, E. Pelletier 37, Nap. Rajotte 33 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Paul Cardin 15^, Pierre Cardin, pere, 31^ 

Labourers, days at $1 : Cardin, Ernest 37, Grand Pierre 36, Pierre (fils) 36 ; Lavalle, Pierre 

36 ; 2 small payments, $8 

Rent of flat scow, days at $1 : Gd. Pierre Cardin 4, Jos. Cardin 2, Pierre Ethier 1 

Towing lumber : Capt. Moise Francoeur, 24^ h. at $1 ; Capt. Jos. Paul, 6 d. at $5 

Carters with 2 horses, days at $2.50 : Jos. Cardin 2, Pierre LavalJee fils 4. 

Carters with 1 horse, days at $1.75 : Cardin, Elz. 3, Ls. 3, Paul 4£ ; Lavalle, Pierre 3£ ; 

Peltier, Adelard 36 

Berthiaume, Jos.: iron, 6,529 lbs. at l^c ; sundry smithwork and materials, $32.63 

Labelle, Cyrille : round iron, 6,429 lbs. at $2.40*; sundry hardware, $3.07 

Sheppard, Jas. & Son : hemlock, 1,712 lin. ft. of 10 x 10 in. at 17c, 1,689 lin. ft. of 10 in. flat 

at 17c, 17,126 ft. b. m. of 6 to 9 in. x 12-17 ft. long at $17 ; sundry lumber, $12.33 

Soulliere, Joseph : stone, 25 toise at $10 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



St. Anne du Saguenay : Wharf. 



Foreman, Onesime Tremblay, Sept. 1 -Oct. 27, 39 d. at $3 

1st carpenter, Octave Gravel, 9 d. in Sept. at $1.50, 21 d. in Oct. at $2 

Carpenters, days at $1.25: Thos. Brassard 25, Alphe Gravel 22, E. Lavoie 22, Del phis Trem- 
blay 27i, Edm. Tremblay, 27^ ; 3 small payments, $16.25 

Labourers, days at $1.50 : Alex. Dellaire 32, Ernest Kenald 15 

Labourers, days at $1 : David Laforge, 26; Pitre Tremblay, 29 ; 10 small payments, $57.25.. 

Dellaire, Alex. : iron bolts, 500 lbs. at 5c ; tamarac deals, 300 at 30c 

Gagnon, Epiphane : deals, 22 ft. long, 28 at 50c; 3 x 9 x 12 deals, 350 at 22c; iron bolts, 188 
lbs. at 5c ; stone, 6 toise at $3.50 

Gagnon, Joseph, sawing wood, 6,400 ft. at lc ; Tremblay, Elie, deals, 200 at 30c 

Tremblay, Simon : 3 in. x 18 ft. tamarac deals. 600 at 35c; boards, 2,000 ft. at $15 

Iron bolts, lbs. at 5c : Geo. Fillion 350, Onesime Harvey, 2,768 

Tamarac, 2,636 ft. of 11 x 11 in. at 10c, 3,350 ft. of 10 x 10 in. at 5c, 4,039 ft. of 9 x 9 in. at 
5c; pine, 5,300 ft. of ltxll at 10c, 1,230 ft. of 9 in. dia.at 5c; paid as follows :— Bouchard. 
Adel. $42.50; Cote, Abel $45; Dellaire, Alex. $360; Fillion, Geo. $27.50, Win. $27.50 : 
Gagnon, Epiphane $238.10 ; Gravel, Oct. $30 ; Noel, Jos. $40 ; Tremblay, Delphia 1100, 
Elie $115, John $100, Simon $75 : 5 payments under $10, $23.95 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



cts. 



57 25 

55 00 

132 50 

49 50 

204 90 



499 15 


3,000 00 
100 00 

54 75 


336 50 

3 38 


157 25 
51 44 


59 36 

107 49 

20 68 

63 43 


69 60 
12 61 
12 30 



4,048 79 



123 00 

111 75 

58 44 

153 00 

7 00 

54 50 

15 00 

86 63 
130 57 
157 37 

881 63 
250 00 



2,028 89 



117 00 
55 50 

171 26 

70 50 

112 25 

116 00 

121 40 
124 00 
240 00 
155 90 



1,224 55 



2,507 36 



V-202 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Einelie: Wharf, Sept. 1-Nov. 29, 1900, Apl. 1-Jiine 28, 1901. 

Inspector, f. H. Filteau : services, 128 d. at $2.50 ; outlay, &c, $55.89 , 

Foremen, days at $2 : .H. Germain 8, E. Lemay 45, A. Parrot 334.. 

Carpenters, days at $1.50 : A. Beaudet 37|, E. Bernier 34, E. Chandonnet 42|, E. Daigle 31, 
Tel. Daigle 45^, H. Germain 36, E. Lalioerte 28|, A. Lemay 37i, B. Lemay 4|, Jos. Le- 
may 19, E. Parrot 30§, W. Patty 6H " 

Labourers, days at $1.25 : E. Baron 5, A. Beaudet 15^, T. Bergeron 28|, P. Blais 4 T ^, E. 
Caron 43^, C. Goudreault 12£, A. Hebert 6J, D. Hebert 6£, Jos. Hebert 42|, A. Labbe 
7f , E. Laliberte 4§, T. Lauze 3J, Alcide Lemay 45i, I. Lemay 1J, W. Lemay 2 T \, L. 
Ouellet 34^, E. Parrot 32i, N. Stonge 4 

Barnabe, Edward : hemlock crossties, 4,185 ft. at 12c. ; hemlock and pine face timbers, 4,124 
ft. at 16c. ; cedar spars, 2,026 ft. at 7c. ; 10 x 14 stringers, 380 ft. at 18c. ; 9 x 9 sheathing, 
13,520 ft. at $15 ; flooring, 5,677 ft. at $14 

Daigle, T., use of grindstone and lighting lamp, $4.50 ; Leclerc, T. M., smith work, $107 

Filteau, Alp. : 160 pes. spruce chevalets at 40c. ; sundries, $24 40 

Hebert, Delphis : 75 pes. spruce chevalets at 50c. ; 20 pes. spruce at 4c 

Joly de Lotbiniere, H. G. : spruce deals, 3 in. x 12 ft., 156 at 25c, 160 at 22c, 415 at 20c. ; 
9,860 ft. 3-in. spruce deals at $15 b.m. ; spruce lambourdes, 65 at $2.25 ; sundry, $6.24. . . 

Parrot, Eug. : rd. iron, 5,067 lbs. at 3c, 5,133 at 2|c ; spikes, 20 kegs at $5 ; sundries, $9.38. 

Pillow & Hersey Mfg. Co., Montreal : 400 drift bolts, 595 lbs. at 2c ; sundry, $5.20 

Robertson, Thos. Co., Montreal : 12 steel plates, 3,932 lbs. at $2.10 ; 6 bars iron, 624 lbs. at 
$1.75.. , 

Stone, 85-65 toise at $5, 16*52 at $6 ; A. Arcand $45, Daigle & Laliberte $198.75, Jos. Demers 
$21, A. Filteau $21.38, L. Filteau $12.38, H. Germain $13.50, A. Hebert $6.38, G. Hebert 
$38, J. Peruse $111, C. Tousignant $60 



Total, carried to page V— 8. 



St. Fulgence : Pier and Improvements. 

Foreman, Wm. Warren, Aug. 1-Sept. 30, 52 d. at $3 

Carpenters, days at $1.40: Jos. Gagnon 51, Aug. Laforest 42, Jos. Lapointe 43^, Alph. La 
rouche 32^, Louis Tremblay 36| 

Carpenter, J. Tremblay, 14| d. at $1.25 ; labour, Ls. Girard, 15 d. at $1.50 

Labourers, davs at $1 : Pamphile Allard 32|, Alarie Gagnon 40, Ernest Gagnon 31^, J. Sim- 
ard 23, W. Tremblay 19, Horm. Turcoite 16| ; 15 payments under $12, $71.75 

Bergeron, Philippe : 3 x 9 x 14 tamarac deals, 100 at 20c ; hardware, $6.35 

Brisson, J., 12 x 12 pine, 678 ft. at 12c ; Gagnon, E. P., 10 x 10 pine, 200 ft. at 9c. 

Pilotte, Albani : 30 x 15-f t. boat for carrying stone 

Iron bolts, 2,666 lbs. at 6c ; Hy. Bergeron $13.44, Hy. Brassard $42, Eug. Gagnon $104.52. . 

Stone, 28| toise at $5 ; Ernest Gagnon $70, Pitre Gagnon $16.25, Horm. Turcotte $55 

Tamarac, 3,450 ft. of 9-in. at 5c, 1,026 ft. of 8 and 9-in. at 4c, 380 ft. of 6-in. at 3c, 1,085 ft. 
of 6-in. at 2^c ; 11 and 12-in. pine and tamarac, 877 ft. at 10c ; Phil. Bergeron $36.75, J. 
Dallaire $45.20, Eug. Gagnon $16.45, Simeon Gagnon $47.80, Jas. Girard $24.80, Jos. 
Harvey $41.65, Aug. Laforest $32.50, E. Lemieux $25, Alex. Tremblay $27.13 ; 5 pay- 
ments under $11, $42.49 



Total, carried to page V— 8 



St. Jerome : Wharf on Lake St. John. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 1-Nov. 24, 1900, Apl. 1-30, 1901 ; foreman, John Poitras, 63 d. at $3 ; carpen- 
ters, labourers and carters, $935 .75 

Tamarac and pine : 7,402 ft. at 10c, 203 at 8c, 6,969 at 7c, 1,267 at 6c, 11,950 at 5c; deals, 
12 x 9 x 3, 290 ft. at 30c, 1,104 at 35c; sq. timber, 9,438 ft. at 17c; sundries, $22.48, 
paid as follows : Bilodeau, Jos., $25.50 ; Boily, N., $32.50 ; Boivin, Geo., $16.24 ; Des- 
biens, Louis, $530.36; .Dufour, David $12.25, Donat $589.03; Fortin, D., $8.90; Four- 
nier, M., $89.18 ; Gagne, J., $30.80 ; Gagnon, M., $14.14 ; Gaudreault, O., $12 ; Gauthier, 
John, $21.14; Harvey, Jos., $84.50; Labrie, Thos., $7; Lemieux, E. & Co., $85.50; 
Neron, Baz., $110.95 ; Plourde, And., $74.64 ; Potvin, Ov., $2.50 ; Savard, Dy., $15.36; 

. Tremblay, A. $265, M. $23.52 ; Veillieux, Ch., $1,947.74 ; Villeneuve, Thos., $19.38. . . . 

Stone, 118| toise at $6, paid as follows : Boily, Fr. $12 ; Cote, L., $105 ; Dufour, Elz., $6, F. 
$42; Gagnon, Chas., $78; Martin, Aug., $42; Potvin, Ov., $110; St. Onge, Ar., $12; 
Villeneuve, CL, $90, Thos., $214 

Stone, 17f toise at $4, paid as follows : Gaudreault, Fr., $8 ; Gauthier, J., $8 ; Noel, Thos., 
$10 ; Poitras, X., $45 

Gauthier, J. , cartage on 523 pes. of lumber at 25c 

Gauthier, Ern., bolts, 110 lbs. at 6c 

Laroche, R., paymaster, commission on $2,057.25 at 3i, p.e 

St. Gelais, Jos.: bolts, 13,082 lbs. at 6c; smith work, &c, $14.75 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



$ cts. 

375 89 
173 00 



530 43 



373 73 



,654 54 
111 50 

88 40 
38 30 


457 59 

402 55 

17 10 



93 49 

527 39 

4,843 91 

156 00 



287 70 


40 63 


234 00 


2b 35 


99 36 


15 00 


159 96 


141 25 



339 77 



1,500 02 



1,124 75 



4,018 13 



711 00 



71 00 
130 75 

6 60 

72 00 
799 67 


6,933 90 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-203 



St. Lambert: Orlbwork Protection Wall. 



Pay-lists, Oct. -Jan.: conductor, II. Gravel, 103 d., Oct. -Jan. at $3 

Sub-conductor, T. Trudeau, 55 d., Oct. -Jan. at $2 

Carpenters, teamsters, labourers, &c 

Achim Bros.: hemlock, 10,432 lin. ft. at 14c, 7,212 lin. ft. at 14ic, 840 lin. ft. at 21c, li,(i7S 
ft. b.in. at §22, 258 ft. b.m. at $25 ; tamarac, 40,046 ft, b.m. at $31.50 ; pine, 6,000 ft. b. 
in. at 817 ; T. & G. pine, 1,153 ft. b.m. at £30 ; scantlings, sashes, doors, &c, $52. G2 

Andrews, W., boat, $15.00 ; Bisaillon, M. H., rent of ground, $10 

Brosseau, A., trips St. Lambert to Montreal for materials, 9 at 82.50, 1 at $1.60 

Gravel, H. : telephone, $11.15 ; car fare. $2.60 ; postage and stationery, $9.80 

Prudhomme, A. & Frere : drift spikes, 5,1G3 lbs. at $2.10, 0,832 at $2.35; dynamite cart- 
ridges, 4 doz. at $2.40, 2 boxes at $10; caps, $3.40, 650 ft. fuse, at 1c; cartage and 
bridge tolls, $16.60 ; lumbering tools, $86.13 

Tarte, D. : drills, &c, tools, hardware and smith work 

Trudeau, V. , oil and hardware 

Stone, 54f toise at 85, 75.', at si, 52 at $3, paid as follows: H. Achim & Frere, *25 : \V. 
Andrew, $52 ; L N. Betournay, $156 ; Alex. Boissy, $38.75; C. Biense, $2.50: G. Char- 
ron, $22.50; A. Gravel, $18.75; T. Lamarre, $82.25; D. Larivee, $23.75; Geo. Pelle- 
tier, $35 ; A. Tarte, $1.25 ; F. Trudeau, $47.50 

King's Printer's account, $14.69 ; I. Cote, on account pay-lists, $100 

Travel of Ottawa officials, J. L. Michaud 



Total, carried to page V— 8. 



St. Laurent : Repairs to Wliarf . 

Pay-lists, July and Sept. -Nov. : foreman, Francois Leclerc, 15| d. July at $2, 47"5 d. Sept.- 
Nov. at $2.50 * 

Carpenters, labourers, &c 

Archer & Co.: 2,307 ft. sq. cedar at 17c, 200 ft. 12 x 9 x 3 spruce at 32c, 4,960 ft. b.m. black 
birch at $27 .50 

Campeau Louis, carting wood, $1.50 ; Dube, Ars., 517 ft. cedar, 12 x 12 at 14c 

Forgeron, Zeph. I).: 1,694 lbs. iron at 1c; bolts, &c, $2.10 

Gosselin, F., sawing, 1,250 ft. wood at lc. ; 40 lbs. hoop wood at 2^c 

Lachance, C, 17 files at 15c; 6 pts. linseed oil at 25c; nails, resin, putty, &c, $1.60 

La Cie Maritime et Industrielle de Levis : 195 ft. 3-in. deals at 3c; 48 pes. black birch, $7 ; 
2 qts. nails at 5c ; freight on iron, $1 

Leclerc, Frangois, travelling expenses 

Samson & Filion, nails, washers, &c , 

Veilleux, Chas., 3 pes. sq. white pine, 132 6 ft. at 25c 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



St. ITIatliias Wharf : Head Bloek. 

Bassinet, L. J. C. : 5,360 ft. b.m. hemlock deals at $12 ; 65 pieces hemlock, 717 lin. ft. at 15c. 

Masse, I. S.: hemlock, 2,500 lin. ft., 6 in. diam., at 4c, 2,000 lin. ft, 12 in. x 12-in., at 22c, 
1,176 lin. ft. round pieces, 14 in. diam., at 18c; pine, 150 lin, ft., 8 in. x 10-in., at 20c; 20 
toise of stone at $6 



Total, carried to page V — 8. 



St. Ulieliel de Bellecliasse : Repairs to Pier. 

Conductor, Albert Foscade : July 10-31, 18£ d. at $2 ; Aug. 11-31, 16 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, days at $1.25 : Pierre Fiset, 2% ; Adel. Lemieux, 30| ; 2 small payments, 95c. . 

Labourers, days at $1 ': Jos. Carrineau, 2l£ ; Ed. Fiset, 16^ ; Jos. Labonte, 30£ ; Jas. Mar- 
tineau, 23 ; Ed. Morrison, 20^ ; Chas. Pepin, 29 ; Magloire Turgeon, 16£ ; 8 small pay- 
ments, $33.75 

Brown, J. & \V. D. : 2 pes. elm, $19.98 ; 2 pes. white pine, 813.50 

Doyle. Win . : spikes, 2 kegs at $ J ; 6 and 7-in. nails, 2 kegs at $2.80 ; 2 augers, 81 .90 

Dube, Arsene, cedar, 1,435 ft. of 12 x 12-in. at 12c, 280 ft. of 12 and 14 in. at 9c, 1,163 ft. 
of round at 7c 

Garant, Jos. : white pine, 19,800 ft. at $10 ; iron, 400 lbs. at Uc 

Pednault, Capt. Wilfrid, 1 trip of schooner to St. Michel. 

Ruelland, Francois : sawing, 1,412 ft. at lc. ; sundry lumber, $1.72 

Simard, Dona, transport of lumber, Kiv. du Loup to St. Michel de Bellecliasse 

Temiscouata Ry., freight on 1 car cedar 

Small payments : knees, 2 at $3 ; sniithwork, $11.87 ; freight, $8 ; hardware, 8*. 54 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



9 '-t<. 

309 no 
L10 oo 

1,070 38 



4,286 74 
25 60 
24 00 
23 45 



411 22 
00 00 

20 77 



505 2-". 

114 09 

25 95 



9,993 05 



1 lo 2:- 
683 95 

592 59 
73 88 
19 04 
13 50 

5 05 

13 95 

7 10 

15 30 

33 15 



1,607 36 



171 87 



901 68 


1,073 55 


77 00 


75 61 


loo 75 


33 48 


15 50 


279 16 


204 00 


35 00 


15 84 


27 00 


i:. 70 


34 41 


1,003 48 



V-204 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



St. Nicolas : Paid under Exchequer Court Act. 

Thomas A. Piddington, Frederick Belingsley and Wm. Mann : compensation for land 
expropriated, $2,000 ; interest at 6 p.c. per annum, April 17, 1898-Feb. 2, 1899, $95.72. . . 

Angus Baker, John Baker, Ed. J. Harbour, and Marie Phdomene A. Simard : land expro- 
priated, $1,000 ; interest, April 17-Feb. 2, at 6 p.c. \.er annum, $47.86 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



St. Roch des Aulnaies : Wharf. 

Francceur, Michel, superintending works at wharf, 83 d. at $2.50 

Valiquet, U. , travelling expenses, &c 

Viau, Lachance & Hamel, on account of contract, work to Oct. 9, 1900. 
Ad vertising .... 



Total, carried to page V- 



Tadousac : Wharf Repairs. 



Pay-lists, Sept. and Oct. : foreman, Nap. Rouleau, 44| d. at $3 

Carpenters, labourers, carters, &c 

Bouliane, M., 235 ft. pine, 11 x 11, at 10c 

Bourgouing, Frs. : 691 ft. 9-in. cedar, at 5c; 11^ lbs. rope at 16c. ; hardware, 70c 

Caron, Eugene : pine, 2,643 ft., 10-in. diam., at 6c, 2,510 ft., 12 x 12-in., at 10c; tamarac 
1,500 ft,, 11 x 11-in., at 10c, 3,000 ft., 9-in. diam., at 5c, 1,602 ft., 10-in. diam., at 6c. . . . 

Christiansen, Andrew, 148 ft. cedar, 9-in. diam., at 5c 

Gagne & Lepage, 3,141 lbs. iron bolts at 5c 

Gosselin, F. X. (for E. X. Tardivel) : 1,000 lbs. paint at $8 ; 50 galls, linseed oil at $1 ; 20 
galls, turpentine at $1 ; 2 galls, shellac at $4 ; 1 doz. brushes at $9 ; 980 h. work at 15c . . 

Harvey, Frs., 160 ft. cedar, 9-in. diam., at 5c 

Maher, John : 266 lbs. iron bolts ab 5c ; 1,500 ft. pine, 11 x 11-in., at 10c; nails and hard- 
ware, $12.40 

Tremblay, Paul, 100 ft. tamarac, 11 x 11-in., at 10c 

Vaillancourt, L. A., 124 pine deals, 12 x 9 x 3 at 30c 

Stone, toise at $3.50 : T. Bouliane, 10; J. Harvey, 1 ; E. Lemieux, 1J ; E. Marquis, 2; L. 
Morin, 1 ; N. M. Rouleau, 5i 



Total, carried to page V- 



Temiscouata Lake. 



Pay-lists, Oct. -Nov.: carpenters in charge. A. Caron, 39| d. at $1.50; Geo. Plourde, 38£ d 
at $1.50 

Carpenters, labourers, carters, &c 

Bouchard, Louis, smithwork , 

Beaulieu, A. P.: administering oaths, $8.86 ; 2,286 lin. ft. block wood at 3^0., 1,342 ft. spruce 
at 7^c, 3,324 1. ft. cedar at 7^0. ; 3,026 lbs. iron at 3c; 97 lbs. rope at 16c; hardware, 
$11.70 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



Yamaska Lock and Dam : Claims for Damages to Lands. 

Le President et les Syndics de la Seigneurie d'Yamaska, in full and final settlement for all 
claims for damages to lands resulting from construction of Yamaska lock and dam ... 



Harbours and Rivers : Quebec Generally. 

Cap de la Magdeleine : Repairs to Wharf ($49.67). 

Boulard, A., timber, 80 ft. at 10c; Lacroix, A., timber, 105 ft. at 10c . 
Sundry labourers, $18.76 ; sundry small items, $12.41 



Cap Sante : Removing Boulders ($150). 

Foreman, Georges Rinfret, 24 d. at $2 ; carters, labourers, &c, $80.75 
Noel & Dagneau, Quebec : dynamite, 10 lbs. at 75c; sundry, $6.75. . . 
Sundry small payments 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 

2,095 72 
1,047 86 



3,143 58 



207 50 

47 80 

2,182 00 

5 85 

2,443 15 



133 50 

270 73 

23 50 

37 09 

805 70 

7 40 
157 05 

314 00 

8 00 

175 70 
10 00 
37 20 

73 50 

2,053 37 



117 38 

358 38 

35 79 



556 82 



1,068 37 



3,000 00 



18 50 
31 17 



128 75 

14 25 

7 00 



199 67 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-205 



Harbours and River*: U"*'be<* Generally — Continued. 

Brought forward 

Chicoutimi (912.60). 
Perron, Jos., rent of land in connection with beacons placed on his property for 1 y 



CdteSt. Catherine: Wharf ($486.64). 

Amesse, P.: nigger head castings, 244 lbs. at 2^c. ; bolts jand nuts, 05 lbs. at 7c; washers, 12 
lbs. at2^c 

Barbeau, Victor, levelling road leading to wharf 

Brossard, Dolphis, storage of lumber 

Grier, J. & B., Montreal : hemlock, 9 x 12 and 12 x 12, 808 ft. at 20c; flat, 12 in., 280 ft at 10c 

Guerin, Pierre : boat, 10 his. at 50c ; spruce, 00 ft., $3.50 ; sundry, $3 

Larleur, J. L., Montreal : sq. iron, 057 lbs. at $2.85; wire nails, in., 1 keg, $3.75 ; spikes, 
200 at 0c 

Leduc, Theo. : spikes, 198 at 5c. ; sundry, $1 

Leduc, Thomas, Laprairie, stone, 2 toise at $5 

Steamer Napu rrillc: freight on lumber, $17.20 ; teams drawing lumber, $10 

Small payments 

1 detailed in 1899-1900 (see page V-204) 



Esquimaux Point : Repairs ($"700.01). 



Foreman, Alex. Sherrer, 35 d. at $3 

Carpenters and labourers. 

Hould, J. B. A. : board of men, 115 d. at 50c 

Lavoie, Mdme. V.: spruce, 48 ft. at 12c; pine, 283 ft. at 10c; sundry, $2 

Petroleum Oil Trust: cedar deals, 3-in., 12 ft. long, 40c, 47c; sundry, $5.73 . 

Picard, Napoleon, iron for bolts, 1,187 lbs. at 6c 

Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. Co., 3 tickets, Chicoutimi to Quebec 

SS. St. Okif: steerage passage of 3 men, $13.50; meals, 20 at 25c; freight, $2 
Small payments 



Georgevillc : Repairs ($161.51). 

Conductor, Quinn, Thos., 11 d. at $2 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $87.42 

Brevoort, H. E., oak logs, 7 at $2 ; Heath & Heath, sundry hardware, $2.39 

Ives, W. N., hardware, $0.72 ; Rediker, W. H., smithwork, $28.98 

Grandcs Bcrgeronncs, Que. ($203.1%). 

Conductor, Blaise Larouche, 9| d. at $2 ; labourers, 144J d. at $1 

Dufoar, Ernest : dynamite, 30 lbs. at 40c; cast steel, 172 lbs, at 10c; sundry items, $8. 08c. . 
Gagnon, Omer, cast steel, 103 lbs. at 3c 

Grand Riviere ($21.00). 

Foreman, Geo. Beaudin, 4 d. at $1.50 ; sundry labour and supplies, $11 

Couture, Chas.: cedar, 22 ft. $2 ; labour, $2 



Grossc lie Quarantine : Repairs to Wharf ($571.35). 

Foreman, Alfred Lamothe, 120 h. at 20c; sundry labourers $192.50 
Boulanger, Capt. Elzear : cedar, 723 ft. at 12c ; spruce, 474 joists at 27c 

Gamache, Adel.: board of 9 men, 14 d. at 40c; sundry, $4.80 

Laberge, Alf.: iron, 2,037 lbs. at 3c; nails, 7 kegs at $3.40 



Iberville Wharf ($17.48) . 

Bousquet, N. & Cie., St. Jean, P. Q.: lumber supplied, $185.48; less, paid in 1899-1900 (see 
page V-205) $168 ... 



lie Verte: Repairs to Wharf (9499.60). 

Conductor, Alfred Simard, 20 d. at $2 ; carpenters, labourers, teams, &c, $203 99 

Bastille, Oliver, spruce, 15 ft. at 10c, 371 at Gc, 257 at 2c 

Gagnon, Philip : iron, 937 lbs. at 3£c., 103 at 3c; sundry, $4.25 

Levesque, Zepherin, spruce, 290 ft. at 0c 

Marquis, Acnille : spruce, 47 ft. at 10c; cedar, 181 ft. at 10c. 

Marquis, Alfred, spruce, 178 ft. at Gc, 280 at 2c 

Marquis, Arthur, spruce, 170 ft. at Gc, 88 at 2c 

Michaud, J.-Bte., spruce, 32 L ft. at 10c 

Pelletier, Alfred, spruce, 244 ft. at Gc, 198 at 2c 



Carried forward, 



V-206 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Harbours and Rivers : Quebec Generally. — Continued. 

Brought forward 

lie Verte : Repairs to Wharf— Concluded. 



Pelietier, Autoine, spruce, 55 ft. at 8c, 148 at 6c, 20 at 2c. 
Small payments , 



Lotbiniere Wharf ($111.46). 



Sundry labourers, 12^ d. at $1 ; sundry small items, $7 . 14 

Legendre, D., repairs to wharf, as per agreement 

Paris, Arcadius : nails. 46 lbs. at 4^c; joist lumber, 12 x 9 x 3, 200 at 20c. 



Murray Bay ; Repairs to Wharf 



73). 



Foreman, Jos. Boudreault, 7 d. at $2; carpenters, lOf d. at $1.25. 
Rochette, P., lumber, 28 pes. at 25c; Scott, W. W., spruce, 50 pes. 
Warren, Jos.; spruce, 200 ft. at2|c; sundry items, $5.29 



Petitcs Bergeronnes, Quebec, ($308.25). 



Foreman, Paul Tremblay, 19 d. at $2, Carpenter, 17 d. at $1.50 

Carter, 14 d. at $1.50 ; 23 labourers, in all, 165| d. at $1 

Boulianne, Izar, 1 boat, $9 ; sundry, $2.40 ; Dufour O. cast steel, 100 lbs. at 6c. 

Larouche, Blaise : dynamite, 33 lbs . at 40 ; sundry, $2.40 

Samson & Filion : cast steel, 200 lbs. at 10c ; sundry, $5 



Point au Pic : Wharf ($239.64). 

Gagne, Achille, sundry, $13.90 ; Gagnon, A. team, $2.50 ; labour, $2.50 

Girard, H., sundry, $3.50 ; Lajoie, J., sundry items, $10.50 

Mathias, Elie, : freight, $2.84 ; labour, 2J d. at $2 

Samson & Filion, Quebec : 2 winches, $120 ; iron pulleys, 6 at $5 ; chain, 697 ft. at6^c 

Small payment . . . 

Point Claire : Wharf ($150). 

Grand Trunk Ry. System : rent of wharf for year to Aug. 26, 1900 

Port Lewis ($25). 

Carson, Samuel, rent of land used during the construction of wharf and of stones taken off 
property 



St. Anne de la Pirade : Repairs ($1,199.21). 

Foreman, J. E. Vallee, 34 d. at $3 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $762.79. 

Deveau, 0.: spruce, 1,230 ft. at 4c; stone, 4 toise, at $7 

Deveau, H., spruce, 70 ft. at 3c ; 483 at 4c 

Leduc, Henry : spruce, 750 ft. at 4c, stone, 5 toise at $7 ; sundry, $3. .. 

Leduc, J. E. : spruce, 1,260 ft. at 4c ; stone, 5 toise at $7 

Marceau, H.: spruce, 1,010 ft. at 4c, stone, 6 toise at $7 



St. Anne de la Pocatiere : Wharf ($999.67). 

Foreman, Pierre Beaulieu, 46 d. at $2.50 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $361.38 

Bernier, Isaac, spruce, 8-in., 28 pes. at $1.25 

Berube. L. J., 57 joists at $25 a 100 . 

Cap au Corbeau, wharf : spruce, 12 in. x 12 in., 1,049 ft. at lie 

Cpurcey, Jos., stone, 4 toise at $4 ; Danjuo, Emile, lumber, $9 . 

Gagnon, D., smith work, $9.38 ; Gagnon Jos., white pine, 290 ft. at 13c 

King, Bros., St. Pacdme : spruce, 11-in. x 9 ft. x 3 ft., 107 pes. $29.42 ; 10-in. x 9 ft. x 3 ft., 

68 pes., $17 

Lacombe, Emile, stone, 4 toise at $4 ; Lacombe, Jos., stone, 4 toise at $4 

Laf ranee, X., stone, 6 toise at $4 ; Lavoie, Alph., transport of lumber, $25. 

Leclerc, Jos., spruce, 20 pes. at $150 ; Lisotte, T., stone, 2 toise, at $4 

Lisotte, Frs., spruce, 12-in., 9 pes. at $3 ; 8-in., 10 pes. at $1.25 

Maurais, Alphonse, : iron, 1,112 lbs. at 2^c; nails, 4 kegs at $3 ; sundry, $10.29 

Rouleau, Jos., stone, 2 toise at $4 ; Rouleau, Nicholas, stone, 2 toise at $4 

Small payments 



St. Irenec ($15) . 
Caron, Frs.: crampagc de winche 4 morceaux, $10 ; deal ends, $3 ; labour, 
Carried forward 



$ cts. 
3,754 18 



13 68 
55 62 



19 39 
50 00 
42 07 



27 44 
13 00 
10 29 



63 50 
186 75 
17 40 
15 60 
25 00 



18 90 
14 00 

7 84 
195 30 

3 60 



150 00 



25 00 



864 79 


77 20 


21 42 


68 00 


85 40 


82 40 


476 38 


35 00 


14 25 


115 39 


25 00 


47 08 


46 42 


32 00 


49 00 


38 00 


39 50 


50 09 


16 00 


15 56 



15 00 



5,922 44 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 207 



Harbours and Rivers : Quebec Generally— Concluded. 

Brought forward 

St. Paul, lie aux Naix : Wharf (966.50). 

Messier, A., placing crane on wharf, including blocks, cable, &c. 

St. Timothie: Wharf (947.91). 

Dion, K. : cedar, 8 pes. at $1 ; Leduc, J. P. R., wire fence, $6 

Thibault, G. H., sundries, .$7.80 ; Filiatrault, L. J., hardware, &c, $26.11 

Verdun ($173.01). 

Brunet, TrerTte : lumber at $17.50, $41.09 ; sundry lumber, $24.26 

Grier, J. & B., Montreal, oak, 12 x 12 x 12, 144 ft. at $70 

Lafleur, J. L., Montreal : spikes, 16 x g-in., 229 at 6c; sundry, $2.25 

Prefontaine, T. & Cie., Montreal, pine, 3-in., 12 to 16 ft., 5,439 ft. at $15 . . . 



General Expenses ($4,614.4%). 

Audet, R. : iron, 230 lbs. at $3.45 ; sundry small items, $18.08 

Avenarius Co., Sans Bruit, P.Q., carbolineum, 25 brls., 1,0582 galls, at $1 

Bell Telephone Co., Montreal, messages . 

Harrison & Co., Montreal : charts of St. Lawrence, 4 at $1.25, 6 at 75c; sundry, 50c 

Labour : sundry persons employed 

Labour Dept: Little, Edw., Isle aux Grues, works, carters, $1,1 days time, $5; Sorel works, travel 

and outlay, $9, 2 days time, $10 ; Little Metis and Father Point, 4 d. at $5, outlay, $17.60 

Legal expenses : Charbonneau & Pelletier, sundry fees 

Mercier, Hermenegilde, Cacouna, P.Q., compensation for loss sustained in connection with 

his fi-hing rights, owing to the construction of the public wharf 

Sincennes-McNaughton line, towing mud scows, 2 

Sundry accounts : Isaie Chevalier, repairs to boat, $10, sundry, 50c; Jos. Barsalou, sundries 

$5.05 ; C6te Freres, sundries, $1.56 

Stationery office, Ottawa 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page V — 15) 

Travel of Ottawa officials : P. E. Amiot, $24.85 ; J. B. E. Bedard, $102 ; J. C. Blais, $63.95. 

on account, $19.60 ; I. Cote, $957.46 ; J. L. Michaud, $963.81 ; J. E. Marion, $29.88 ; 

Arthur Pare, $4.30 ; J. B. St. Laurent, $64.65 



Eixiincers and Paymasters, P.Q. 



,132.73). 



(Page V-260) 



Detailed with ' Chief Engineer's staff ' , 

Breen, Thos., Quebec, resident engineer, travel and outlay 

Cyr, Sylvester, New Carlisle, paymaster : commission on pay lists and accounts at 3J> p.c 

*483.10 ; travel and outlay, $208.07 ; unaccounted for, $42.49 

Dallaire, L. P., Three Rivers, paymaster, travelling expenses 

Laroche, R., Chambord, Jc, paymaster, 3 p.c. commission on paylists, &c 

"Savard, Edw., Chicoutini, paymaster, commission, travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



Bayfield : Extension of Piers. 

Pay-lists, May 1-June 30, 1900 : foreman, Alex. Ross, 28 d. at $2.50 ; travel, $13.50 ; carpen- 

ters labourers &c $171 75 
Marks, T. J. : elm logs' 12,314 ft', at $8, 720 ft. at $i.0.50 ; 20 ft. cedar log, $2 ; less deduction 

of 50c a M, on 16,008 ft. in 1897-98, page V— 155 

McVicar, Win, 69,009 ft. pine at $17 a M 

Reid k Wilson, 1,400 lbs. pressed spikes, 6 x &, at $4.29 

Whiddon, John, 800 lbs. of 6" pressed spikes at 4c 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



BowmaiiAille : Harbour. 

Pay-lists, July 4-Nov. 28, 1900, May 1-June 28, 1901 : foreman, John McClellan, 66& d. at $3, 
24 d. at $2 ; travel and outlay, $90.84 ; carpenters, labourers, &c , $420.36 

Boyd Co., Mossom, 10,775 ft. pine at $18, 22,072 ft. pine at $17 

Britnell & Co., stone, 20 toise (large) at $9.50 

Cormack, George, pine, 12,684 ft. at $24, 3,334 ft. at $19.50, 42,545 ft. at $17.50 

Dustan & Hoar : wire nails, 2 kegs of 6 in. at $3.20, 10 lbs. of 3 in. at She, 16 kegs of 6 x £ 
spikes at $3.85 ; sqr. iron, 250 lbs. at $2.50, 47 lbs. at $2.85 " '. 

Carried forward ..... 



$ eta, 
5,922 44 

66 :-«> 



14 00 

33 91 


65 35 

10 08 
15 99 
81 59 


26 02 
1,01$ 75 
18 60 
10 00 
21 41 


62 60 
85 10 


100 00 

7 00 


17 11 
627 34 
350 00 



2,230 50 



166 68 
589 19 

733 66 
178 55 
190 92 
273 73 

12,957 02 



255 25 

100 00 

1,173 15 

60 06 

32 00 



1,620 4(1 



569 17 

190 00 
1,113 93 

7:» 88 



2,707 69 



V-208 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD V.i., A. 1902 



Bowmanville : Harbour — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Edger, William, sundry hardware 

Frise, John : 15 loads stone (20 cu. ft. per load) at 15c ; delivering timber, $45.82 ; delivering 

stone, $3 , 

Goldring, Capt. Richard, stone, 9 toise (small) at $7 . 22 

Rowe, William : stone, \\ toise (small) at $6 ; 10 5 6 r % toise (large) at $8 

Lumber, $1 .98 ; hardware, $11.04 

Gray, Henry A., resident engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



Bronte : Harbour Improvements. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 25-Jan. 31, 1901, March 1-April 30, 1901 : foreman, Lemuel Dorland, 131^ 

d. at $3 ; outlay, $1.19 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, -$982.90 

Baxter, R. G. : pine per M, 3,667 ft. at $23 ; 5,142 ft. at $22 

Brechon, H. C. : 2,850 ft. pine at $23.75 per M ; 100 hardwood poles at 5c. each 

Campbell, Paul : pine per M, 8,165 ft. at $17.25, 3,460 ft. at $23.25 ; 11 oak posts delivered 

at $3 

Dorland, Wesley : stone, 62 8 toise at $5.50, 22$ at $6.50, 5 at $6, If at $5 ; sundries, $35.00. 

Gilliam, W. E. : stone, 11 toise at $5, | toise at $5.50 

Ingledew, J. : wire spikes, 4 kegs at $4, 1 for $3.75 ; bolts, 210 at 18c, 320 at 4c. ; iron, 171 

lbs. at 2c, 330 lbs. at 3c. ; sundries, $2.53 

Kelley. John, sundry hardware 

McCrany's Sons, G. K. : 9| toise stone at $5 ; 6 shovels, $7.50 ; 2 picks, $2 ; 3 wheelbarrows, 

$6 ; 2 peavies, $4 ; 2 augers, $4 ; 1 keg wire nails, $3 . 75 ; sundries, $23 .03 

Osborne, Cbas., 13 toise stone at $5 v , .... 

Osborne, Robt. , stone, 9 toise at $5, 3 at $5 . 50 

Sargant, We, 310 bolts at 18c 

Sheridan, John : bolts, 90 at 20c, 154 at 13c ; sundries, $4 . 10 

Speers, W. H., 17,634 ft. pine at $23.50 per M 

Taylor & Son, Chas. : 13,660 ft. pine at $23 ; sundry lumber, $31 . 53 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co., The : 35,190 ft. white pine at $23.25 per M ; 18,790 ft. hemlock 

at $16. 25 

Burlington Gazette, adv., $1 ; 509 bolts, at 18c, $91.62 ; nails, rope, paint brushes, &c, $33.99. 

Total, carried to page V — 8 

Bruce Mines : Wharf. 

Lemoiue & Fortin, contract complete for constru tion of landing pier and dredging, $12,550, 

less $1,610 paid in 1899-1900, page V— 224 

Grose, M., sr., inspector of work, July-May 24, 1901, 26 d. at $2.50, 249 at $3 

Legal services re Marks claim, J. J. Kehoe 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



$ cts. 

2,707 69 

31 95 

51 07 

64 98 

109 52 

13 02 

13 20 



2,991 43 



1,379 79 
197 46 

72 69 


254 26 

567 5G 

57 75 


86 20 
50 23 


99 44 
65 00 
61 50 
55 80 
42 12 
414 38 
345 71 


1,123 52 
126 61 


5,000 02 



Burlington : Channel. 

Pay-lists, June 1, 1900-June 28, 1901 : foreman, Daniel Mahony, 40 d. at $3; outlay, $3.25; 
carpenters, labourers, &c , $612.59 

Allen, Geo. : hardware supplies 

Arland, Henry : boots, 4 pr. thigh at $5, 2 pr. knee at $3.50 

Brennan, M. & Sons Mfg. Co.: pine timber, 12,148 ft. at $24.50 

Easterbrook, W. A. : 2-in. pine, 1,154 ft. at $20 

Hamilton Electric Light and Cataract Power Co.: repairing circuit breaker at bridge.. 

Harrison, James : pine timber and plank, 4,518 ft. at $19, 7,090 ft. at $18; hemlock, 968 ft. 
at $16 ; 12 pes. pine at $2.30 

Inksetter, John, pine timber, 5,492 at $21 

McAllister & Thomson : pine timber, 17,904 ft. at $24.50, 128 ft. at $22 

Omand, Wm. , bridge tender, outlay 

Rodger, John : spikes, 148 lbs. at 5ic; 3,133 lbs. at 4^c ; sundry hardware supplies, $10.13. . 

Toronto and Hamilton Electric Co. : rebuilding and enlarging controller, $64 ; changing con- 
troller and making connections, $20 '. 

Gray, H. A., resident engineer, Toronto^ travel and outlay 

Advertising 

Dredge JVipissing — » 

Pay-list, June 1-30, 1901 

Wright, F., boarding 10 men one month at $10 each; washing linen, &c, $3; extra 
meals, $2.65 



Total, carried to page V- 



10,940 00 

812 00 

8 62 

11,760 62 



735 84 


81 52 


27 00 


297 63 


23 08 


8 75 


231 26 


131 80 


441 48 


6 46 


151 43 


84 00 


141 00 


8 80 



395 00 



105 65 



2,870 70 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V 209 



Cobourg : Repairs to Piers and Dredging. 



foreman, M. C. Fox, 121^ d. at $3 ; carpenters, 
wire nails, 435 lbs., $16.90 ; wrot spikes, 



at 



Pay-lists, Sept. 13, 1900-June 29, 1901 

labourers, &c. $1,010.49 

Allen, W. L. & Co.: round iron, 2,385 lbs. at $2.50 

400 lbs. at $4.50 ; sundry hardware, $3.68 

Field, John F., cedar timber, 40,800 ft. at 2c 

Hayden, John : round iron, 945 lbs. at 2^c; spikes, 500 at $3.90 : wire nails, 55 lbs. at 4c 

360 lbs. at 82c.; boiled oil, 19 galls, at $1 ; sundry hardware, $12.66 

Mann, Geo., making spikes, 6,240 lbs. at l£c 

Plunkett, Geo.: pine planks, 20,000 ft. at $23, 18,895 ft. at $22, 14,445 ft. at $20, 2,084 ft, 

$14, 88 ft. at $1 2 

Spence, Geo.: pine timber, 1,400 ft. at 18c; sundry lumber, $8.60 

Thompson, Geo.: pine timber, $1,368 ft. at $18.25, 1,680 ft. at $16; pine plank, 2,000 ft. at 

$18.25 ; sundry lumber, $1.86 

Gray, Henry, Toronto, resident engineer, travel and outlay 

Dredge Ontario — 

Pay-lists of dredge and tug employees charged to this work " • * ' 

Barron, A. : boarding 10 men 2 m. at $10 each (less one man 6 days), $198 ; washing linen 
&c, $6 ; extra meals, $13 

Crawford, R., steam coal, 75 tons at $3.07 ; hard coal, 1 ton, $5.50 ; loading coal, $9.37. 

Gavin, R., travel and sundry outlay 

Hayden, J., coal, £ ton, $2.75; Amer. oil, 8 galls., $2.40 ; paint and hardware, $7.65. . . 

Murphy, W. J. , towing, 10 hrs. at $3 

Robinault, Capt. E., piloting, $40 ; Rodger, J., hardware, $6.55. 

Waddell & McAuliff, coal, 10 tons at $5.35 

Whitelaw, W. R. : time, fitting around exhaust pipes, $2.50; sundry hardware, $2.30 . . 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



I cts. 



1,375 59 



Coilingwood Harbour : Improvements. 

Boone, Chas. S., removing 43,100 cu. yds. in situ of material from stn. 4 to 16 and 4,699 cu. 
yds. in situ from south of stn. B., total, 47,799 cu. yds. at $2.25, $107,547.75 ; less $18,180 
paid in 1899-1900, page V 225 and $427.75 paid in 1901-2 

Hughes, R., supt. of dredging : services, July 1-Dec. 11, 1900, 140 d. at $3, overtime, 10i d 
at $3 ; outlay, $81.07 

Lewis, B. F., asst. supt. of dredging, Sept. -Dec. 5, 78 d. at $3 

H. A. Gray, resdt. engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay 

Advertising 

Travel of Otlawa official, R. C. Desrochers 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



98 26 
816 00 


90 60 

93 60 


1,194 83 
33 79 


90 19 
26 35 


564 18 


217 00 
245 12 
15 98 
12 80 
30 00 
46 55 
53 50 
4 80 


5,009 04 



Colpoy's Bay. 

C. E. Whicker, 



240 h. at 30c; outlay, $11.33; 



Pay-lists, Oct. 22-Dec 4, 1900 : foreman, 

carpenters, labourers, &c, $222.84 

Crawford, J. W., logs, 20 at 25c, 4 at 75c; Cunningham, J., smithwork, $28.56 

Garvie, W. : hire of steam scow, 4 d. at $7, hire of tow-scow, 5 d. at $2.50 

McDonald, J. A., sq. cedar, 8,696 ft. at $12; sq. hemlock, 576 ft. at $9; 3-in. cedar plank, 

3,960 ft. at $12 ; 2-in. beech plank, 4,680 ft. at $10 

Gravel, $2.85 ; sundry lumber, $6.48 



Total, carried to page V- 



Depot Harbour : Breakwater. 



Advertising, $629.61; King's Printer's account, $49.72. 
Lafleur, E. D., advance for travel, to be accounted for 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



88,940 00 

532 57 
234 00 

38 00 
194 74 

31 45 

89,970 76 



306 17 
36 56 
40 50 

203 85 
9 33 

596 41 



Desbarats : Completing Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 12-Nov. 31, 1900; foreman, D. Buchanan, 53 d. at $3; carpenters, labourers. 

&c, $522.75 ; 

Cameron, A. : drift bolts, 765 lbs., $12.39 ; 2 pr. grap. tongs, $2 ; sundries, 50c 

Chesterfield, P. : hemlock, 3,000 ft. at $9.75 ; pine, 1,500 ft. at $14 

Desbarats Store Co. : iron, 1,069 lbs. at $2.75 ; rope, 27£ lbs. at 15c; sundries, $5.01 

MacLennan, M. <fc Co. ; iron, 189 lbs. at $3.75 ; man. rope, 29 lbs. at 17c 

Travers, Thos., 7,240 running ft. pine lumber for wharf at 2c . . 

Total, carried to page V— 8 

1— 14v 



679 33 
100 00 

779 33 


(iSl 75 
14 89 
50 25 
38 53 
12 02 

144 80 



942 24 



V-210 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Goderich Harbour: Balance to Lake Madigan. 

Estimated value of work when taken out of contractor's hands (pro rata of contract) 

Materials left on ground by contractor, but not in the work , 

Plant and tools 

"Contractor's security, forfeited with accrued interest, by Order in Council of April 25, 1898; 
principal, §3,026.25 ; interest, $75.65 



Less— previous payments (1897-8, page Q— 157 



Interest from July 12, 1898 (date of last payment) to July 12, 1900, at 5 per cent . . . 

Total, carried to page V— 8 

Goderich Harbour : Shoal at Elevator. 

Pay-lists, July 22-Nov. 21, 1900, April 8-May 31, 1901 : foreman, J. C. Forbes, July 22-31, 

26 d. at $2, Aug. 1-May 31, 144 d. at $3 ; engineer, labourers, &c, $745.25 

^Goderich Lumber Co., lumber, $9.55; Kirkbride, W., smithwork, $12.95 

Hamilton Powder Co. : platt fuses, 1,600 at $3.50; dynamite, 1,500 lbs. at 16c; teaming, $60; 

sundries, 50c . . . 

Mooers, H. & Co., rent of boiler, Feb. 6-Nov. 21, 1900, 9| m. at $15 

^Hardware Supplies : Lee & Shephard, $12.67; McKenzie & Howell, $27.79; N. D. Rougvie, 
$13.72 



Total, carried to page V — 8 , 



Goderich : Dredging. 

Marlton Dredging Co. : service of dredge Arnoldi and plant, July 2-Nov. 15, April 22-June 

29, 1901, 1,577 T V b. at $8; less paid in 1901-2, $100 ' 

Coulson, Jas., expenses to Goderich ... 

Watson, Wm., services inspecting dredging, July 1-Nov. 17, 120 d., April 20-May 31, 36 d 
at $3 



Total, carried to page V— 8 . 



Goderich : Reconstructing Breakwater, &e. 

"■Smeeth & McGillicuddy, balance paid on estimate for $56,700, detailed 1899-1900, p. V— 225. 

Pay-lists. Dec. 1-18, 1900, April 1-June 29, 1901, foreman : A. D. Cameron, 46 d. at $2.50; 
framers, labourers, &c, $515.31 ... 

Cattle Bros., hardware and repairs, $3.05; Kirkbride, Wm., smithwork, $36.86 

■Coulson, Jas. : diving. 30 d. at $5; board, 38 d. at $1; travelling expenses, Kingston to God- 
erich, $22.35; short paid, $10 

Dyment, N. : pine plank, 21,567 ft. at $16, 3,965 at $17, 419 at $25; culls, $2.15 

Goderich Lumber Co. : lumber, 20,745 ft at $18, 183 at $15, 13, 610 at $12; pine posts, 4, $5.50. 

Hamilton Powder Co., platt fuses, 500 at $3.50 

Hardware Supplies : Alex. McD. Allen, $20.78; McKenzie & Howell, $43.74; N. D. Roug- 
vie, $20.47 

Prough, W. C, assistant engineer: 11 m. to May 31, at $120; travel ,$9.90; office rent, 11 m. 
to May 31, at $8; express, $3.10; telegrams, $5.41; cartage, $5.25; sundry outlay, $9.88. . 



Total, carried to page V— 8. 



Hawkesbury: Dredging. 

Moore, T. F., Montreal, services of dredge Little Giant and plant, Aug., 1899, 23£ h., Sept. 

7-Nov. 24, 1900, 627 h. at $8 , 

Bertrand, David, inspector of dredging, Sept. 1-Nov. 24, 68 d. at $2, May 1-June 29, 1900, 

29* d. at $2.50 , 



Total, carried to page V— 8 , 



Hawkestone : Wharf. 

Bryce, W. J., constructing wharf, contract complete, $2,475; extra work, $677.20, less paid 

1899-1900, $550 

Mahney, Jas 1 ., cutting ice around wharf, 8 d. at $1.25 , 

McLeod, P., services as inspector, July, 26 d. at $2, Aug. 1-Oct. 15, 64 d. at $3 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V- 



$ cts. 

8,917 20 

1,007 35 

161 36 



3,101 90 


13,187 81 
8,606 00 


4,581 81 
458 17 


5,039 98 



1,229 25 
22 50 

356 50 
142 50 

54 18 



1,804 93 



12,516 65 
10 00 

468 00 



12,994 65 



30,614 72 



630 51 
39 91 


200 35 

425 10 

544 92 

17 50 


84 99 


1,441 54 


33,999 54 



5,207 00 
209 75 



5,416 75 



2,602 20 

10 00 

244 00 

6 75 


2,862 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-211 



Kincardine : I>redging. 

Bowman & Co., services of dredge Hackett and plant, July 23-Aug. 28, 1900, 302 hrs. at $8. 
Morrison, Win., inspector of dredging, July 23-31, 8 d. at $2, Aug. 1-28, 22 d. at $3 



Less— Charged in error to harbour improvements (below) 

T< »tal, carried to page V- 8.. 

Kincardine : Harbour Improvements. 

Pay-lists, Dec. 13-31, 1900, Mar. 23-May 28, 1901: foreman, Wm. Morrison, 71 d. at $3; 

carpenters, labourers, &c, $351 .41. 

Ballantyne Bros. : 6 and 7-in. nails, 3 k. at $4, 3 at $3.50 ; rope, 21J lbs. at 15c; sundries, $9.55. 

Fisher, I. J. & Co., smith work, $1 .50 ; Henry, Wm., stone, 20 cords at $3 

Hunter, Bridge & Boiler Co.: f bolts, 589 lbs. at 3Jc.; sundries, $2.75 

ECempel Bros.: 8 x 10-in. oak, 396 1. ft. at 25c; 3-in. tamarac, 12,200 ft. at $15; 9-in. cedar, 

11 M ft. at $15, 6 M. ft. at $17 ; oak mooring piles, 14 at $4 

Detailed with Kincardine, dredging, above 



Total carried to page V— 8 . 



Kingsville : Repairs to Wharf and Breakwater. 

Pay-lists, Oct. 8, 1900- June 30, 1901 : foreman, Frederick Forster, 221 d. at $3, travel and 

outlay, $23.21 ; blacksmiths, carpenters, labourers, &c, $3,014.71 

Conklin, A., drift-pins, £-in., 8,858 lbs. at $3 

Conklin, David, black ash : 13,125 ft. at 22c, 1,528 at l£c 

Hadley Lumber Co., S., B. C. fir : 9,317 ft., 43 pes. 10 x 10 in. x 26 ft. at $34, 6,050 ft., 22 

pes., 10 x 10 in. x 33 ft. at $35 

McKay, G. L.: spikes, 24 x §-in., 1,948 lbs. at 3|c; sundry hardware, $43.48 

Richardson, Chas.: augers, 6 at $1 ; round iron, |-in., 1,001 lbs. at 3c; wire spikes, 7 x ^-in., 

2,900 lbs. at 3^c. ; sundry hardware, $7 .90 

Scratch, Elihu : cedar, 382,566 ft., 10 x 12 in., at $23 ; maple, 2x4, 640 ft. at $1 7; white oak, 

6 x 10, 4,728 ft. at $25 ; white pine, 3 x 10 in., 20,930 ft. at $23 ; 1 stone car, $10; coal, 



$11.38 



Scratch, H. R. : bolts, $172.81 ; washers, $10.84 

Telfer & Olliver : bolts, 4,189 lbs. at 3c; spikes, 1 keg at $3.15 ; sundry hardware, $1.97. 

Whitefield, John & Co., 4 steel corner plates and spikes for same, 1,946 lbs. at 4|c 

Bolts and Spikes, $11.27 ; cab-hire, $10.50 ; pipe, $1.30 ; labour, 28 h. at 25c 

Gray, Henry A., resident engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay 

Total carried to page V— 8 



Lake Temiscaniing : Wharf. 

Conductor, sub-conductor, mechanic, labourers, carters, &c 

Bullivant, Jas., stone-boat, $3 ; Cnarleson, W. G., drift-bolts, 1,790 lbs. at 3£c 

Cobbold, P. A., hardware, $8.39 ; Norfolk, S., smith work, $11.05 

Dawson, John : timber, 1,320 ft. of 12-insq., at 10c, 740 ft. of 14-in. diam. at6c, 720 ft. of 

8-in. diam. at 3d. ; stone, 67 toise at $2 . 50 

McQuarrie, Hector, services between Oct. 30, 1900 and April 12, 1901, 101 d. at $2.50 

McQuarrie, H. : timber, 160 ft., $4 ; paid freight, $9.84 ; storage, 80c 

Osland, J. F., timber, 1,150 ft. at 3c 

Spruce, 7 payments under $11 

Less— Charged to 1901 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



Lancaster : Wharf. 

Pay-lists, Feb. 1- April 30, 1901 : conductor, D. Sutherland, 76 d. at $2.50; outlay, $5.68 
engineer, Joseph Poirier, 68 d. at $2.25 ; carpenter^, labourers, teams, &c, $1,344.38 

Dewar, Wm. : screw bolts, 417 at 12c ; sundry hardware, $43 .45 

McArthur & Son : 825 ft. piles at 13c ; pine, 5 x 10, 2,934 ft. at 2c; 3,188 at 2ic ; sundry 
lumber, $49.13 " 

McGillis, N. : round iron, 314 lbs. at 2Ac ; 2 screws, $7 .50 ; sundry hardware, $28.22 

Stafford, W., estate of : coal, $11.53 ; round iron, 648 lbs. at 3c; sundry hardware, $10.03 

Thuot, Pierre & Fils : freight on pile driver, $29 ; cartage to and from cars, $20.07 

Elm. 25 ft. long, 1,250 ft. at 13c, 140 at 12c, paid as follows: Bonneville, Peter, $33.20 ; 
Fraser, Donald J., $35.75 ; Loney, Dan., $38.85 ; McPherson, Samuel, $35.75 ; Nicholson 
James, $35 .75 



Carried forward. 



1-Hiv 



$ cts. 

2,416 00 
82 00 



2,498 00 
2,482 00 


16 00 


564 41 
35 24 
61 50 
23 37 

605 00 
2,482 00 


3,771 52 



3,700 92 

265 74 

311 67 

528 52 

116 53 

145 43 



9,430 86 

183 65 

130 79 

87 57 

30 07 

57 70 



14,989 45 


2,288 78 
65 66 
19 44 


365 50 

252 50 

14 64 

34 50 

43 70 


3,084 72 
84 50 


3,000 22 


1,693 06 
93 49 


294 76 
43 57 
41 00 
49 07 


179 30 



2,394 25 



V-212 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Lancaster : Wliarf— Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Stone, 657 cords at $3.50; freight on pile driver, $34 ; paid as follows: Abraham James, 
$39.26 ; Bethune, John, $61.74 ; Bonhower, Jake $37.62, Walter $27.72; Calder, Alex., 
$12.90; Chisholm, Wm., $1760; Curry, Fred., $12.74; Derouchie, George, $10.06; 
Dingwall, Alex., $32.12; Dunn, Ambrose, $30 57; Empey, Walter, $20.37 ; Fortin, 
Joseph, $81.70; Fraser, Alex. $216.61, Dan. $11.26, D. J. $39.64, James A. $103; 
Haines, George, $35.54; Kennedy, John $19.63, Robert $71.75 ; Laflamme, George, 
$63.90; Lalonde, David, $7; Leroux, Alex. $173.87, Levi $174.31, Moses $92.47; 
Munro, Thomas, $14.24; McBain, A. C, $384 : McBean, A. G., $135.16 ; McDonald, W. 
G. $70.13; McDougall, Jno., $48.80; Mc Ed ward, F., $43.14; McLauchlin, Ronald, 
$91 57 ; McLellan, Jas. R., $31.50 ; Smith, Jas., $16.62 ; Tyo, Louis, $69.34 ; Vipond, L. 
T. $6.28, John $8.92 ; White, Peter, $5.25 ; Young, William, $15.12 

Coal, 1 ton at $7 ; waste and valve, $3 . 34 

Travel, Ottawa officials, J. L. Michaud 

King's Printer's account, $20.71 ; advertising, $231 .03 

Total, carried to page V— 8 



Leamington: Pier. 

Flook, John, estimate No. 1, $8,744.44, less drawback, $874.44 

Roach, Samuel, services as inspector, April 8-May 31, 1901, 47 d. at $2.50 

Gray, Henry A., resident engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay 

Brough, Walter C, assistant engineer, Goderich, travel and outlay 

King's Printer's account, $25.42 ; advertising, $393.71 

Total, carried to page V— 8 , 



$ cts. 
2,394 25 



Lion** Head : Repairs to Pier. 



2,333 45 

10 34 

23 35 

251 74 


5,013 13 


7,870 00 

117 50 

31 25 

28 2S 

419 13 


8,466 11 



Pay-lists, Sept. 20-Nov. 30, 1900, May 1-31, 1901 : foreman, Alex. Stewart, 33£ d. at $3, out 
lay $1.10 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $158.43... 

Agar Bros. : chain, 262 lbs. at 4|c. ; wire nails, 200 lbs. at 3^c ; wrought spikes, 100 lbs. at 
3|c. ; sundry hardware, $10.50 . . 

Buchart, Wm. : spikes, 445 lbs. at 7c. ; links and rings, $6.35 

Moshier, W. B. : cedar, 12 x 12, 2,560 ft. at $12 ; sundry lumber, $12.88 

Newman, J. P., cedar, 15,610 ft. at $12 

Freight, $17 ; iron hooks, 178 lbs. at 4c. ; labour, 11£ h. at 72c. ; telegrams, 58c. ; cedar, 969 ft. 
at $12 : team-hire, $3 



Total, carried to page V- 



Lion's Head : Dredging. 



Bowman & Co., services of dredge Hackett, Nov. 12-Dec. 18, 174 h. at $8.. . 
McPherson, F., inspector, Nov. 12-Dec. 18, 1900, 32 d. at $3 ; postage, 10c. 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



Little Current. 

Pay-list, Apl. 2-May 3, 1901 : conductor. J. C. Wells, 20^ d. at $2, increase Mch. 26-July 3, 
50 d. at $1, outlay $5.82 ; labourers, &c, $89.25 

Repairing drills, $13.80; use of scow and boat, 5 d. at 50c, 17 at 25c; wire, boots and tele- 
grams, $10.65 



259 28 

33 70 

37 50 
43 60 

187 32 

47 43 

608 83 



1,392 00 
96 10 



Total, carried to page V- 



Meaford Harbour : Dredging and Pile Work. 

Pigott, M. A. ($17,452.78)— 

Estimate No. 2 to June 29, 1901, dredging and removing material from harbour, 90,115 c 

yds. at 15c, less drawback, $1,357.25 

Final estimate to Dec. 11, 1900 : to building a concrete wall (completed) 150 ft. in length 

27 ft. 10 in. high, width at bottom 10 ft., width on top 4 ft.; amount of contract 

$7,392.78, less $2,100, being the cost of 150 ft. piling at $14 per running ft., which 

contractor would have had to build as per his contract No. 3.716, dated June 15, 1900, 

Clark, John, inspector : May 1- June 30, Aug. 13-Dec 31, 1900, 165 d. at $3 ; Feb. 28-Mch 

1, 3 d. at $2 ; telegrams, 50c 

Fritter, Joseph, use of power drill, Mar. 1-18, 15 d. at $4 

Owen Sound Dredge & Constr. Co.: use of dredge plant, Sept. 24-Dec 12, 1900, 380 08 h. at 
$8 ; removing dredge, 84 h. at $4 

Carried forward , 



1,488 10 

185 57 
31 20 



216 77 



12,160 00 



5,292 78 

501 50 
60 00 

3,376 67 

21,390 95 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-213 



ITIeat'ord Harbour: Dredging and Pile Work— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Silver, Granville, labour, Feb. 27-Mch. 20, 18^ d. at $3 

Wages, drilling and clearing ground at $1 .50 per day : John Britton, 22 ; John Durant, 22 

Jabez Taylor, 5 ; Sam'l Weaver, 3 

Bolts, rods, &c, $6 ; labour, 6 d. at $2, 3 at $1.20, (U h. at 40e.; rope, oil and sundry labour. 



$4.82. 



Gray, H. A., resident engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay 

Sing, J. G., assistant engineer, Meaford : personal services, Aug. 12-May 31, 1901, 294 d. at 

\ §4 ; travel and outlay, $101.14 

Advertising 

Total, carried to page V — 8 



Midland Harbour: Dredging. 

Hacker, Win, H. : inspector, services June, Aug. -Sept., 1900, 71 d. at $3 ; row-boat, 72 d. at 
50c. ; sundry stationery, $9. 15 

Owen Sound Dredge and Construction Co., use of dredge No. 9 and plant, June 1-30, 1900, 
289i h. at 88 



Total, carried to page V— 8 



McGregor's Creek : Claim ©1 Taylor A: Williamson. 

Taylor & Williamson, in full of all demands for damages to their warehouse at Chatham, 
resulting from the subsidence and sliding of portions of the left or south bank of this 
creek caused by dredging performed by a Government dredge 



McGregor's Creek : Claim oi" E. YV. Seane. 

Seane, E. W., in full of his claim for damages caused to property by dredging of creek . . 

Nation River, North Branch : Removal of Ram. 

Municipality, Township of Mountain, Government contribution towards purchase of riparian 
rights, and removal of Inkerman dam, &c 

Nortli Bay : Repairs. 

Pay-lists, Nov. 7-Marchl4, : 1901, foreman, John Brennam 108 d. at $3 ; labourers, &c, $884.37 
Grand Trunk Railway System : rental of pile driver, 22 d. at $10 ; freight on driver to and 

from N.B., $100 ; wages of men operating at N.B., $184.95 

Hogg, William : lumber, 4,920 ft. at $15 ; 75 piles, 2,625 1. ft. at 15c; 1,931 1. ft. flat timber at 

12c 

La Breche, F., 3,330 lbs. bolts at 5c. ; 243 lbs. spikes at 4c. ; sundry hardware, $35.81 

March, Henry, 7,060 ft. pine at $15 ; Mullen, Jos., team hire, $36 

McDonald & Hay : 2 kegs nails, $9 ; 3 augers, $5.50 ; 1 X-cut saw, $4.13 ; 2 sledge hammers 

at $1 . 50 ; 4 axes at 90c. ; 4 handles at 25c. ; sundries, $25 .80 

Tamarac, 7,980 1. ft. at 8c, paid as follows : John Blanchet, $61.60 ; John Burrows, $16.80 ; 

James Carmichael, $47.60; Samuel Devilaire, $19.60; Alexandria Dreamy, $106.40 ; 

Peter Kensella, $140 ; William Martin, $53.20 ; Daniel McLeod, $159.60 ; Jchn Ostrom, 

$28 ; Jos. Stuffels, $5.60 

Blacksmith work, $16.53 ; lumber, $15.29 



$ cts . 


21,390 95 


65 00 


78 00 


29 02 

37 80 


1,277 14 
46 4 1 


22,914 35 



258 15 
2,316 00 
2,574 15 



250 00 



5,000 00 



2,500 00 



1,208 37 


504 95 


699 27 
212 33 
141 90 



52 03 



Total, carried to page V — i 



638 40 
31 82 


3,489 07 



Oakville : Repairs to West Pier at Jloutli of Harbour, Ac. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 22, 1900-May 20, 1901 : conductor, W. H. Cronkrite, 90 d. at $3; outlays 
$2.68 ; carpenters, labourers, men and teams, si, 159.39 

Kemp, L. H. : iron, 2,010 lbs. at 4^c ; bolts, 1,070 lbs. at 4ic; repairs and sundry hard-' 
ware. $7.75 " ! 

McDonald, Alexander : bolts, 3,083 lbs. at 4£c ; sundry hardware, |8.10 



McCraney, John, rent of derrick scow, 05rs d. at 50c. per d 
Taylor, Chas., & Son, oak piles, 12 at $3.50. 



Carried forward. 



1,432 07 

146 35 

141 83 

32 75 

42 00 



1,795 00 



V-214 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Oakville : Repairs to West Pier at Mouth, of Harbour— ConcMded. 
Brought forward 



Victoria Harbour Lumber Co. : white pine, 6,190 ft. at $23.25, 120,389 ft. at $19.25; hem- 
lock, 8,246 at $16.25 ; split ballast poles, cedar, 1,855 lin. ft. at 6c, tamarac, 320 lin. ft. 
at 6c 

Stone, 59| toise at $6, llh toise at $5, paid as follows : James Jackson, $58 . 50 ; Harvey 
Mitchell, $19.50 ; Chas. McCraney, $129; John McCraney, $57; Albert Quinn, $116.50; 
Richard Smith, $66 

Boat-hire, 42 d. at 25c. ; nails, 200 lbs. at $3.25 ; sundry hardware, $13.59 ; brush, $2 

Gray, H. A., resident engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay .... 

Total, carried to page V— 8 , 

Otonabee River : Improvement of Navigation. 

Pay-lists, Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 1900, Jan. 8-Feb. 28, 1901 : foreman, Clem Gordon, 86 d. at $3 ; 

travel and outlay, $27.75 ; carpenters, labourers, teams, &c, $1,358.22 

Calcutt, C. W. : snagging Otonabee River, season of 1900, $20 ; towing dredge and scow 

from and to Peterboro' and back, $57 

Giroux, G. H, Peterboro', travel and outlay , 

Gordon, Alex., meals, Nov. 1-Dec. 6, Jan. 15-Feb. 28, 1901, 1.945 at 10c 

Howard, P. M., wood, 9| cords at $3.50, 4 at $2.50, 3 at $2.25 

Howard, T., wood, 12 cords at $3.50, 6 at $2.50, 5 at $2; L. E. Killoran, 5 cords at $3.75 ; 

Jas. Morrow, 1 cord at $3 

People's Coal Co., coal, 1 ton at $6 . 25, 6,230 lbs. at $5 ; travel, $6 

Spellman, A. B. : man and team, 2 d. at $2 ; board, 17 meals at $1 

Tough, Geo., labour : making 324 lbs. spikes at lfc, 19 h. at 25c, 8 at 50c ; sundry repairs, 

$11.21 

Wilson, A. : round iron, 555| lbs. at 2fc ; wood, 2 cords at $3.25 ; sundry hardware, $45.83. 
Bolts and washers, 204 lbs. at 7c ; blacksmith work, $9.23 ; repairing, 12 h. at 40c, 75 h. at 

25c ; elm, pine, shingles, $29.39; telegrams, $6.60 ; sundry labour and material, $35. T" 

Total, carried to page V — 9 

Oshawa : Repairs to Pier, before Transfer to Town. 

Oshawa Harbour Co. : purchase price of wharf 800 ft. long, construction cost $20,000 ; an 
elevator, capacity 75,000 bush., cost $12,500; scales, carts, warehouse, &c, $1,900— total 
cost, $35,900 ; company's stock valued at $50,000 — for 

Gray, Henry A. , resident engineer, Toronto, travel and outlay, June 11, 1901 

Total, carried to page V — 9 

©wen Sound: Dredging and Pile Work Protection. 

Owen Sound Dredge & Construction Co. ($9,316)— 

Est. No. 1 to June 29, 1901, 480 1. ft. of close piling at $15 : less drawback, $720 

Use of dredge plant in harbour, May 13-June 29, 1901, 354J h. at $8 

Corbet, John, inspector of dredging, May 13-June 31, 1901, 42 d. at $3 ; outlay, $1.19. . 
Kennedy, J. Candlish, inspector of close piling work, May 13-June 29, 1901, 41 d. at I 

outlay, $1 

McDowall, R., O.L.S., professional services ... 

Gray, H. A., resdt. eng., Toronto, travel and outlay 

Travel of Ottawa officials, R. C. Desrochers 

Advertising 



Total, carried to page V— 9. 



Oxendon : Addition to Wharf. 

Pay-list, Sept. 6-Jan. 29, 1901 : D. J. McKinnon, foreman, 123£ d. at $3 ; carpenters, 
labourers, teams, &c, $1,710 

Atkey, Jas. : 25 pes. round timber, 21 ft. long at $1 ; sundries, $5.50 

Atkey, Geo.: 13 pes. beech timber, 30 to 40 ft. long, $45.50 ; 1,162 ft. hemlock timber at $10 
per M., 25 pes. round timber, 10 in. to 21 ft. at $1 ; taking declaration on pay-list, $3. . . 

Brooks, Geo. E., 600 lbs. iron at 2c ; Butchart, R. P., 6 in. wire spikes, 360 lbs. at 3Jc 
iron, 3,186 lbs . at 2|c 

Collins, Elizabeth, 5 pes. beech timber 

Cribbes, Jas.: 12x12 cedar, 34 pes., 20 ft. long at $2.50, 30 pes. at $2 ; sundries, $15.75 

Davidson, W. F.: 1,850 ft. 3-in. plank at $16 ; 15 pes. round elm, 21 ft. long at $1 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
1,795 00 

2,725 91 



446 5o 
32 59 
19 20 

5,019 20 



1,643 97 



77 00 

10 90 

194 50 

50 87 


88 75 
27 83 
21 00 


23 63 
67 60 


119 01 


2,325 06 



7,500 00 
5 95 



7,505 95 



6,480 00 

2,836 00 

127 19 

124 00 
33 09 
52 65 
35 00 
39 35 



9,727 28 



2,080 50 
30 50 

85 12 

104 25 

8 70 

160 75 

44 60 



2,514 42 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V- 215 



o\« imIoh : Addition to WTiSLTf—Conoluded. 



Brought forward 



Loney, Chae. A.: 50 pes. round timber at $1 : Mackenzie, A. A., towing scow, $15 

MeCoag, Neil : 25 pea. beech and maple at $1, 7 pes. cedar at $2.50; Bundries, $14 

McGregor, Duncan, cedar, 8 pes. at §2.50, 4 pes. al $2.75 ; McDonald D., towing scow, $12.. 

McKeay, Thos.: 4,850 ft.3-in. cedar plank at $16 ; cedar, L3 pes., 20 ft, at $2.50 ; round tim- 
ber, 25 pes., 28 ft., 10 in. at top, at $] ; 14 pes., 20 ft., 13 in. at top, at $2 

MacKinnon. -I. 1)., use of derrick scow and tools for dock building, 91£ d. at $2 

Moon, W. J.: beech, 2 sticks, 40 ft. at §5, 5 sticks, 35 ft. at $3.50, pes., 30 ft. at $2.75 ; 
sundries, $32.10 

Ostrum, (J.: round timber, maple, 25 pes., 21 ft. long at $1 ; cedar, 5 pes., 20 ft. long at $2. 

Pettman, Thos. : timber, 3 pes. at 83, 2 pes. at $2.50, 9 pes. at .$1.00 

Porter, W. S.: cedar, 15 pes., 20 ft. at 83.50, 7 pes. at $2, 1 pc. at 82.50 

Bead. Edwin : cedar plank, 4,647 ft. at 814, 3 pes., 20 ft. Ion- at 83 : sawing, 7 pes. at 30c. ; 
elm, 1,184 ft. at 820 : sundries, 863.90 

Rixon, Maitland «fe Co., 3-in. pine plank, 2,902 ft. at 810.50 

Sevens Bros.: hire of horse and buggy from Owen Sound to Oxendon, 3 times at 82, 5 times 
at $1.50 

Stephens, G. G. : birch and maple, 25 pes., 21 ft. long at 81 ; hardware, 85.29 

Wakefield, J as. : round timber, maple and beech, 25 pes., 21 ft. long at $1 

Walpole, W.: drift bolts, 693 lbs. at 4Jc., 1,150 lbs. at 3kc, 893 lbs. at Ha; 25 pes. round 
hemlock, 21 ft. long at 81 ; sundries, 884.35 



Total, carried to page V — 9 . 



Pickering Harbour: Repairs to Breakwater and Dredging. 

Pay-list, Oct. 31-Nov. 27, 1900, April 27- June 25, 1901 : Wm. Sparks, foreman, 91 d. at $3 ; 

carpenters and labourers, 8521. 74 

Cormack, Geo. : 10x10, 11,410 ft. at 823, 33.366 ft. at 820.50, 20,326 ft. at $20 

(lordon, W. D.: cedar, 7,570 ft. at 816, 8,500 ft. at 815, 454 ft. at 814; pine, 772 ft. at $18, 

128 ft. at 820, 60 ft. at 822, 147 ft. at 825 ; delivering, $2 

Law, A. T., smithwork, 840 ; Law, Burt, smithwork, 835.28 

Meredith, Thos. & Co., hardware, 827.24; O'Brien, Wm., towing timber from Whitby to 

Pickering, 863 _ 

Peak, Wm., teaming lumber from station to harbour, $16 ; Petrie, H. W., hardware, 813.20 . 

Reazin, W. J. : hardware 

Small payments : lumber, 826.00 ; labour on pier, 83 ; rent of boat, 85.40 



Total, carried to page V— 9. 



Point Pelce Island : Wharf. 



Gray, Henry G., travel and outlay 

Advertising, 819.43 ; King's Printer's ac, $203.91. 



Total, carried to page V— 9 

Port Albert: Dredging. 
Wilson, Thos.: team and man, 1 d., 82.50 ; 4 men, 84 ; removal of plant and tools, 81 

Port Arthur: Dredging. 

Graham, Wm., inspector of dredging, Sept. 1-Oct. 23, 1900, 45 d. at 83 

Macdonald, Neil, services of dredge Arthur, tug and scows, Sept. 1-Oct. 24, 1900, 424 h. at 88 



By Marine Dept., service of dredge removing old cribs, Sept. 17 
Total, carried to page V — 9 



g ota 



2,514 12 


65 Of* 
56 50 

43 00 


it;:; L0 
183 oa 


76 LO 
35 00 

28 40 
69 00. 


163 73 

48 87 


L3 50 

30 29 
25 00 


194 18- 


3,709 09 


794 74 
1,353 09 


278 44 
75 28- 


90 24 
29 20 
44 01 
35 0O 



2,700 00 



27 85> 
223 34 



251 19 



7 50» 



Port Harwell : Harbour Improvements* 

Pay-list, July 1-Dec. 31, 1900, Apl. 1- June 30, 1901 • C. W. Coaksen, foreman, 221 4 d. at $3 ; 
Geo. Brown, large scow, 102 d. at $2.50, small scow, 102 d. at 81.50 ; carpenters, labour- 
ers, team, &c. , 85, 507 .88 

Baker, A. L., salary as office assistant, July-Dec, 1900, Apr. -.Tune, 1901, 9 m 

Brown, Geo. A., <fc*Oo.: towing crib and blocking, 813 ; 2 purchase blocks, $15 

Dease, J. A.: timber, 198,537 ft. at 812 ; sheet pding, 31,409 ft. at $12 ; timber and planks, 
14,218 ft. at 819 ; pine, 10 x 12, 28,235 ft. at $19 ; oak planks, 22,232 ft, at 823 ; sundry 
lumber, 8524 .02 

Ferguson, M. C.: pine. 10 x 12, 3 x 8—12, 24,000 ft. at 824.75, 35,088 ft. at 823, 24,706 ft. at 
820. (Note— $305.38 of this was paid to the T. L. E. & P. By. Co. for freight) 

Carried forward 



135 OO 
3,392 00 

3,527 00 
120 0O 

3,407 00 



6,580 08 

135 00 
28 00> 



4,601 2fl 

1,895 15 
13,239 52 



V-216 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Port Bnrwell : Harbour Improvements — Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Forsyth, Thos.: beech, maple, elm, hemlock, 88,712 ft. at $12 ; 26 piles at $1. (Note— $30 of 

this was paid to the T. L. E. & P. Ry. Co. for freight) 

Hobbs, W. R.: 1-in., g-iti. iron, 1,497 lbs. at $2, 783 lbs. at $2.50 ; sundry hardware, $8.66. . 
Ingles, J. C: stone, 2,365 29cds. at $5. (Note— $5,014.20 of this amount was paid to the 

T. L. E. & P. Ry. Co. for freight) 

Jenkins, Thos., rent of hoisting engine, 90 d. at $1.50 

Mabee, Benj.: wh. oak plauk, 6,230 ft. at $23; pine, 10,542 ft. at $20; 1,200 crib timber at $12. 
Morrison, Jas., 2-in. pine plank, 2,500 ft. at $20 ; McCrae, H. F., foundry work, &c, $200.73 

McColl & Ryckman, piles, 840 ft. at 15c, 175 ft. at 13c 

McCubbin, Geo. A.: taking soundings, 8 d. at $6 ; other expenses, $78.60 

Rogers & O'Brien : dredging, June 1-Nov. 17, 1900, Apl. 25-June 28, 1901, 127,814 sq. yds. 

scow measurement, less 10 p. c. for expansion, 115,033 sq. yds. at 12|c, $14,379.27 ; less 

10 p. c. drawback, $1,437.92 ; helping to sink crib, 4 h. at $8 

Scott, R. C, rent for storage material, Apl., 1899-1901 at $4 per m 

Swansea Forging Co.: drift bolts, 18,125 lbs. at $2, 3,369 lbs. at $3.50 ; less freight, $7.14. . . 
T. L. E. & P. Ry. Co., freight : on drift bolts, $58.80 ; on wire rope, 70c; on rails, $43.20; 

on stone, $6i ; on iron, $1 . 44 

Toronto Bolt and Forging Co.: drift bolts, 36,135 lbs. at $1.95; screw bolts, 6,100 lbs. at 

$4.25 ; washers, 400 lbs. at $4.25 ; less freight, $67.20 

Waterous Wire and Nail Works, wire spikes, 800 lbs. at $3 

Wright, A. R., hardware, $375.05 ; Young, F. W., smithwork, $89.40 

Telegrams, $13.86; telephone conversations, $12.30; hire of rig, $9.65; leather, $13.25: 

timber, $18.92 ; 200 ft. wire rope, $15.20, less freight, 32c; hardware, $10.14 ; boat rent, $2. 
Teall, Jno. H., Tilsonburg, resident engineer ($1,482.71) — 

Salary, 9 m., July-Dec, 1900, Apl. -June, 1901, at $120 

Travelling expenses 

Balance of ck. 63437 for $1,000, to be accounted for in 1901-2 

King's Printer's account 

Total, carried to page V — 9 

Port Elgin : Dredging. 

Bowman & Porter, services of dredge Hackett and plant, June 21 -July 18, 1900, 1874 h. at $8. 
Total, carried to page V — 9 



Port Elgin : Breakwater. 

Burns, John : extension to breakwater, contract complete, $5,240 ; extra, $116 
Mackay, G. A., services as inspector, July, 26 d. at $2, Aug.-Dec, 118 d. at $3. 
Gray, H. A., engineer, 1 trip from Toronto 



Total, carried to page V — 9 



Port Findlay: Wharf. 

Murdock MacLennan, constructing wharf, contract complete, $5,730 ; less paid 1869-1900, 
$730, 1901-2, $1,450 

Young, Chas., services as inspector, June, 7 d. at $2, July-No v., 1900, April 7- June 30, 1901, 
107 d. at $3 

Total, carried to page V— 9 

Port Hope : Repairs to Piers and Dredging. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 11-Oct. 27, 1900 : foreman, J. W. Wallace, 67 d. at $3 ; carpenters, labourers, 

&c, $419.30. 

Gilmour, Alex., smithwork, $5 ; Vanhorn, Thos., smithwork, $9 

Smith & Co., pine plank, 19 M. ft at $20 ; pine timber, 39,400 ft. at $25 , 

Dredge Ni pissing — 

Wages of dredge and tug employees charged to this vote 

Brown & Co. : soft coal, 24£ ton at $3 . 90 ; stove coal, 2 tons at $6 

Crawford, R. : soft coal, 125 tons at $3.50; steam coal, 156^ tons at $3.07 ; hard coal, 4 
tons fit $5.50 ; pine wood, 1 cord, $3 ; loading coal, 1864 h. at 12ic 

Dickinson, S. S., hardware, $4.84 ; Foster, T. K., engine oil, &c, $19.81 

Hennessy, D., board of men and washing linen 

McNeil, J.: services as engineer, 7 d. at $50 per m.; ry. fare, Pt. Hope to Ottawa, $6.45. . 

Queen City Oil Co.: machine oil, 43 '77 galls, at 45c; cylinder oil, 43 '5 galls, at 60c 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 


13,239 52 


1,090 52 


58 18 


11,826 47 


135 00 


368 52 


250 73 


148 75 


126 60 


12,973 36 


96 00 


480 42 


165 14 


913 68 


24 00 


464 45 


95 00 


1,080 00 


10 35 


392 36 


6 40 


43,945 45 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 



5,356 00 

406 00 

13 95 



),775 95 



3,550 00 
335 00 



3,885 00 



620 30 

14 00 

1,365 00 


913 00 
106 60 


966 26 
24 65 

180 27 
18 10 
45 80 



4,253 98 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-217 



Port Hope: Repairs to Piers and Dredging —Concluded. 

Brought forward 



Dredge Queen — 

Wages of dredge and tug employees detailed with this vote 

Braund, Win., hardware supplies 

Crawford, R. : soft coal, 32 tons at $4.10 ; stove coal, 2£ tons at §5.50 ; coal oil, 80c. 
( ; ray, II. A., travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



Port Stanley : Repairs to Piers and Dredging. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 1, 1900-May 20, 1801 ; foreman, And. Hepburn, 193 d. at $3, outlay, .$37.30 ; 

carpenters, labourers, &c, $1,830.54 

Arniel, das.: pine plank, 19,397 ft. at .$20; white oak, 8,878 ft. at $28 ; services of J. Miller, 

Nov. 1899, $10.38; sundries, $8.56 

Dunn, H., livery, Nov. -May, 1901, $45.50 ; Ferguson, J., livery, Sept. -Oct., 1900, $10 

Goodhue, W. H., hardware, $6.38 ; Mitchell, W., hardware, $14.75. 

Hadley, S., Lumber Co.: 5x9-20 ft. w. pine, 1,500 ft. at $26; 12 x 12 w. pine, 12,096 ft. at 

123.50 ; 3-in. pine plank, 3,600 ft. at $23.50 ; 10 x 10 cedar, 4,000 ft. at $23.50 

Johnson, Wm., white oak piling, 85 20-ft., 16 16-ft., 5 25-ft., in all 20,810 ft. at $18 

McGugan, J., driving 84 piles at $2.75 ; McKenzie, J., hardware, $33.45 

Porter, D. : 12 x 12 x 14-27 ft. long pine. 10,416 ft. at $27 ; 12 x 12 x 16-26 ft. cedar, 9,720 ft. 

at $23 

Taylor, Alex.: £ drift bolts, 15,185 lbs. at 3|c. ; bolts with nuts and washers, 198 lbs. at 6c. ; 

st. plates, 1,780 lbs. at 6c; sundries, $27.98 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co., white pine, 10x10-30, 11,678 ft. at $31, 3-8x8-12, 36,498 ft. 

at $24 

Dredge Ontario — 

On account of June pay-list (balance charged to 1901-2) 

L. E. & D. R. Ry.: | lump coal, 3395 tons at $3.30 ; freight, $5.67 

Mitchell, Walter, hardware supplies 

Gray, H. A., travel and outlay 



I eta. 


,263 96 


514 61 

6 89 

147 12 

15 50 



Total, carried to page V- 



Providence Ray : Wharf. 

Bowman & Porter, constructing wharf, contract complete 

Rock, Benj.: services as inspector, Sept. 4-25, 1900, Feb. 15-June29, 1901, 79 d. at $3 ; livery, $7 

Total, carried to page V — 9 



Rainy River: Removal ol' Boulders, &e. 

Pay-lists, July 4-Sept. 31, 1900: foreman, Clifford Lewis, 89 d. at $4, outlay, $4.70; clerk, 
A. M. Ross, 2 645 m. at $50 ; captain, engineer, pilot, labourers, &c, $1,320.48 

Boucher, E. J.: 1 boat, $10 ; hardware, $20.25 ; groceries and provisions, $81.81 

Christie, L., meat, $94.52 ; Echlin, H. W., groceries, &c, $16.15 

Chief Black Bird, removing logs from piers, 8 men 5 d. at $1 

Gordon, J. A., groceries and provisions, $25.96 ; Holmes, W. J., groceries, $24.25 

Hamilton Powder Co.: dynamite, 3 cases, $18 ; 500 ft. lead wire, $6.25 ; sundries, $2.90 

Hughes & Long : ship lap, 1,500 ft. $27.75 ; sundry lumber, $6.07 

Langstaff, C. R., provisions, groceries, &c 

Mulhearn, Jas., vegetables, $20.50 ; Matheson, D., wood, 13 c. at $1.50 ; sundries, $5.23 

Rainy River Nav. Co.: hire of steamer Alberton, July 10-Sept. 30, 72 d. at $10 ; fares, $94.70 ; 
, freight, $20. 53 ; man.' rope, 400 lbs. at 15c; wood, 11£ c. at $1.50 ; crock, 95c 

Rat Portage Hardware Co.: sq. and rd. iron, 1,256 lbs., $46.13 ; £-in. chain, 115 lbs. at 10c; 
man. rope, 102 lbs. at 18c, 105 at 19c, 62 at 20c; sundries, $28.15 

Rat Portage Lumber Co., 116 saw logs, 8,400 ft., 14 booms, 7,000 ft. at $8 

Scott & Hudson Building Co.: stone dray, $42 .50 ; 145 lbs. iron, $5.75 ; bolts, 35c 

SS. Phantom, services, July-Sept., 1900, 46 d. at $10 ; services of barge Andrews, July-Sept,, 
1900, 71 d. at $1 . 50 ; wood, 15 c at $1 . 50 

Stuart, F. W., potatoes, 2U bush., $23.37 ; Thompson, T. W., provisions, $48.15 

Watson, R,, wood, 9i c at $1.50 ; Williams, H., provisions. *i:il.68 

Wilson, R. J.: plank, 2,900 ft. at $14 ; scantling, 144 ft., $2.01 

Hardware, $18.40 ; stationery, $4.05 ; 8 landings, $3.20; board, $19.25 ; provisions, $67.90. 

Total, carried to page V —9 



4,938 10 



2,446 84 

666 47 

56 50 
21 13 

501 86 

374 58 

264 45 

504 78 

716 12 

1,237 97 

150 00 

117 70 

10 52 

57 25 



7,114 17 



5,900 00 
244 00 



6,144 00 



1,813 44 


112 06 


110 67 


40 00 


50 21 


27 15 


33 82 


140 35 


16 23 


913 00 


136 49 


123 20 


48 60 


589 00 


71 52 


148 93 


42 61 


112 80 


4,559 14 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 19001901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



River Ottawa : Narrows at Petawawa. 

Sounding narrows above Pembroke, Feb. 11-18, 1901 : chainman, W. H. Munro, 5 d. at $3 ; 

carter and team, 4| d. at $4 ; labourers, 14 d. at $1 . 50 

Travel and outlay : U. Valiquet, $46.90 ; E. Gingras, 135.00 

Total, carried to page V — 9 

Rondeau Harbour: To complete Repairs to Piers. 

Pay-lists, Aug. 22-June 28, 1901 : foreman, R. M. Paxton, 247 d. at $3, outlay, $4.94; car- 
penters at $2, $3,004 

Hadley, S., Lumber Co.: pine timber, 86,836 ft., cedar timber, 36,220 ft., 2-in. w. p. plank, 
12,326 ft., 4-in. w. p. wailing, 1,734 ft., in all 137,116 ft. at $23.50 ; white oak, 4,930 ft. at $40. 

Morton, J. A.: wire spikes, 3 k. at $3.15, 9 at $3.25, 6 at $3.35, 1 at $3.45 ; wire nails, 2 k., 
$6 . 80 ; man. rope, 35 lbs. at 16c. ; sundries, $13 

Piggott, John & Sons, sq. cedar, 49,392 ft. at $23.50 

Post, J. W., use of lighter, May 1901, 3 d. at $5 

Riddell, Robt.: drift bolts, 12,167 lbs. at 4c; dr. bolts, h. and p., 720 lbs. at 6c, 350 at 5c; 
scr. bolts, 5,003 lbs at 5rrc; plates, 926 lbs. at 6c, 150 at 5c; anchors, 1,867 lbs. at 5c; 
bar iron, 310 lbs. at 5§c.; spikes, 722 lbs., $28.75 ; sundries, $19.02 

Stephens, Geo. & Co.: wire spikes, 7 in., 3 at $3.40, 5£ in., 3 at $3.10 ; sundries, $4 

Gray, H. A., travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V — 9 . . 



Sarnia : Dredging. 

Jas. O'Leary, contractor : dredging and removing material, 38,000 c yds. at 9ic. ; less draw- 
back. $360 

King's Printer's account, $13.99 ; advertising, $304.28 . . 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



Saugeen River : Hreakvvater Repairs. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 3-30, Nov. 1-Jan. 31, June, 1901 : foreman, Finlay McLennan, 68.9 d. at $3, 
inspector, May-June, 41 d, at $3, 7 at $2, travel and outlay, $11 ; foreman, James C. 
Forbes, 24 d. in June at $3 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $1,322.18 

Bowman & Porter, dredging done by dredge Hackett, 60 h. at $8. . . 

Cedar, 4,415 ft. at $12, 20,148 at $14, 16,198 at $15, 846 at 4c, 96 at 5c; pine, 65,258 ft. at $18, 
paid as follows : Chippewa Lumber Co., $1,479 ; John Greenlees, $155 ; Reid Bros . , $157.08. 

Foster, D. H., board for 4 men, June 5-30, 1901, 308 meals at 15c 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., 8,730 lbs. coal at $3.40 per ton 

McAulay, Malcolm A., use of scow, 2 d. at $2, 24 at $1.50 ; George S., use of tug, 1 d. at $10. 

Mcintosh, A.: iron, 2,090 lbs. at 3|c; sundry repairs and hardware, $59.89 

Horse-hire, 1 d. at $2, 8 at $1.50 ; smithwork, $4.50. 



$ cts. 



54 00 
82 50 



136 50 



3,749 94 


3,419 42 


87 65 

1,160 71 

15 00 


1,043 78 
23 50 
37 95 


9,537 95 


3,250 00 
318 27 



3,568 27 



Total, carried to page V — 9. 



saw 11 Ste. Marie: Harbour Improvements. 

Boyd, G. A., overseeing removal of boulders from vicinity of wharf, 7 d. at 
Hickler Bros., use of diving scow and crew, 6 d. at $45 per d 



Total, carried to page V — 9 . . . , 

Scugog River: Dredging Cliannel. 

97i d. at $2.75, outlay, $15.37 



Paylists, Aug. 1-Dec 31, 1900 : conductor, Win. Walter 

carpenters, drillers, labourers, &c, $547.15 

Edwards, J. G. & Co.: black oil, 24 galls, at 25c; sundry hardware, $5.94 

•Hamilton, Wm., Mfg. Co.: repairing crank for dredge, $10.56; sheave, 1, $4.55; machinists' 

time, 5 h. at 50c 

Kennedy & Davis Milling Co.: 2-ft. hardwood, Hi cords at $4.50 ; hardwood slabs, 5 cords 

at $2.25 ; sundry lumber, $8.22 

Lewis, James, towing, 4f d. at $6 

Lyons, J W., dynamite, 500 lbs. at 16|c, 1,500 lbs. at 15^c 

Mac Machine Co.: ' Eclipse ' rifle bar, $6.75 ; rotating pawls, 4, $6 ; piston rings, 4, $4.80 ; 

cylinder buffers, 4, $4 ; sundries, $1.20 

McCrae, John, repairs and sundry hardware, $26.90 ; McLennan & Co., sundry hardware, 

$11.71 

Ontario Powder Works : plat fuses, 250, $9 ; Parkin, Joseph, use of scow, 18 d. at $1.50 

Telephone messages, $4.95; telegrams, $1.09; express, $1.77; hardware, $4.19; boots and 

repairs, $9.75 ; meals for men, $8.20 ; sundry, $6.32 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



1,748 88 
480 00 

1,791 08 
46 20 
14 84 
50 00 
133 04 
18 50 


4^82 54 


21 00 
270 00 



291 00 



830 64 
11 94 

17 61 

69 87 

28 50 

315 00 

22 75 

38 61 
36 00 

36 27 

1,407 19 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-219 



Sheguiandah : Landing Pier* 

Bowman & Porter, work done undei contract, $3,761, up to June 30, 1901 

Abbott, Ambrose, services as inspector, 38 d. at $3 

Total, carried to page V— 9 

Southampton : Dredging. 

Bowman & Porter, work performed by dredge Hackett, May 10- June 8, 1900, 243 h. at $8 

Molsons Dredging Co., towing drill boat 

Total, carried to page V— 9 

South Nation River : Improvements at the Pitch oil. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 3, 1900-June 30, 1901 : conductor, J. B. Barrett, 67 d. at $3, outlay, $18.95 ; 

labourers, drillers, teamsters, &c, $3,366.40 

Charleson, W.G.: fuses, (100 at $5, 2,000 at $4.50, 2,500 at $4.25; dynamite, 3,700 lbs. at 

lohc, 500 lbs. at 12*c.; drills, 6 at $2.50, 7 at $2.25; portable forge, $14; cast steel, 

1,077 lbs. at 12c, 80 lbs. at 10c. ; rope, 244 lbs. at 16c. ; sundry hardware, $151.64 

Duchesne, H., freight and wharfage on dynamite 

Holmes, Wm. : boards and planks, 4,350 'ft. at $9 ; culls, 1,920 ft. at $5, 500 at $4 ; scantling, 

38 pes. at 8c 

McCusker, Jas., storage of dynamite 

Coal, 892 lbs. at 35c. ; sundry lumber, $23.70 ; sundry hardware, $9.88. 

Travel of Ottawa officials : I. Cote 



Total, carried to page V — 9 . . 



I eta. 



2.860 00 

114 00 

2,964 00 


1,944 00 

30 00 



1,974 00 



3,570 36 



1,307 52 
14 00 

53 79 
24 00 
36 70 

4 80 



5,017 16 



Thornbury : Repairs to Harbour Works. 

Pay-lists, Sept. 1, 1900-June 1, 1901: foreman, E. Raymond, 81 d. at $3, outlay, $32.25; 
labourers, carpenters and teamsters, $329 .96 

Cook, Wm. J., cedar logs, 1,500 ft. at 3c 

Hartman, Chas. E.: nails, 4 kegs at $3.90, 236* lbs. at 4c; saw, $4 ; sundry hard ware, $13. 61 

Heslip, Jas.: cedar plank, 1,500 ft. at $12 ; spikes, 225 lbs. at 6c; repairs and sundry hard- 
ware, $11.15 

Pedwell, Henry. 3-in. cedar, 1,350 ft. at $15 ; Riddell, Wm., rafting cedar logs, $14 

Tyson, John W., cedar plank, 17,350 ft. at $12 

White, J. & Co., hemlock plank, 1,400 ft. at $10 

Cedar timber, 100 ft. at 5c; tiling saws, $1.20; hardware, $1 65 

Total, carried to page V— 9 

Toronto Harbour : Eastern Entrance. 

Magann & Phin ($28,905.99).- 

Work done under contract, est. No. 14, to Nov. 30, 1901, $61,706.10; less, drawback, 
$1,106.10 paid in 1899-1900, page V— 232, $5,430, in 1901-2, $20,272 

Assisting to take out govt, derrick, 35i h. at 22^c | 

Phin, W. E., services of dredge and plant," June-Nov., April 30-June 1, 1901, 1,031 42 h. at $8 
Resident engineer, E. B. Temple : services, 11 m. to May 31 at $170 ; ferries, $6 ; meals at! 

Island, $17.75; car fares, $17.75; postage, $2.15; 2 trips to Ottawa, $52.20 ; services of! 

labourers, 6 d. at $1 . 50 ; sunury outlay, $11 .82 

Assistant,, Walter P. Merrick : services, July-Dec, April-May, 192 d. at $3 ; allowance for 

board on Island, 158 d. at 50c ; ferries, $4.25 ; services of labourer, 4 d. at $1 .50 ; sundry 

outlay, $4.23 

Boatman, Geo. Bussey, July-Nov., April-May, 177 d. at $1.75 

Taking soundings, &c : C. LeDrew, 12 d. at $1.50, 18£ d. at $1.75; P. Sullivan, 23 d. at 

. $1.50 ; F. Ward, 5 d. at $1.50 

Aikenhead Hardware Co. : hardware, $40.04 ; Watts, W. & Sons, 2 boats at $65 

Ballard Electric & Machine Co. : phosphor bronze cable, 500 ft. at 5c ; sundries, $8.57 

Confederation Life Assn., rent of office. 7 m. to Jan. 31 at $20, 4 m. to May 31 at $25 

Goodwin, Jos., special trips to Island and ferry tickets 

Hall, Capt. Wm., taking charge of hydrograph at Queen's Wharf, 9 m. to Mar. 31 

Leckie, John : 1 suit sails, $40 ; reprs. to sail, $4 ; 3 oars, $2.20 

McMurrich, Geo , agent Alliance Assurance Co., renewal of policy for $700 insurance on 

Island property 

Stationery Office: 



605 21 
45 00 
42 66 

42 65 
34 25 

208 20 
14 00 

7 85 



Charged: to vote (page V— 9), $39,917.10; to special account 
" Division of Don ' r (page V— 220), $81 .23 



V— 9), $838.27; to 



999 82 



28,898 00 

7 99 

8,251 32 



1,986 65 



009 48 
309 75 

92 37 
170 04 

33 57 
240 00 

75 00 
46 20 

10 50 
40 48 



40,830 60 



V-220 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VI!., A. 1902 



Toronto Harbour: Diversion of Don. 

Roy, Jos. R., professional services rendered, studying conditions of Toronto harbour, prepar- 
ing report with plans, 3 m., April- June, 1900 

Travel of Ottawa official, J. R. Roy 

Detailed with Toronto harbour, eastern entrance (Page V— 219) 

Total, carried to page V — 9 



Trenton : Dredging Channel, Murray Canal to Central Ont. 18 y. Dock, & < . 

McAuliffe, M., services of dredge Trenton and plant, July 28-Nov. 24, 1900, 1,025 hrs. at $8. 
Cumming, J. Ross, services as inspector, July 28-Nov. 24, 1900, 102 '5 d. at $3 



Total, carried to page V — 9 . 



Wiarton : Landing Pier. 

Pay-lists, May 9- June 26, 1901, foreman, G. E. Brooks, 40| d. at $3; labourers at $1.50, 



$54.37. 



Irwin, J., services as inspector, April- June, 1901, 54 d. at $3 

Moore, N. M., hardware, $13.75 ; Sinclair, G. S., hardware, $3.74 

Newman, John : cedar plank, 14,000 ft. at $12.50 ; 6 x 12 hemlock, 2,833 ft. at $9 ; 6 x 

tamarac, 600 ft. at $9 

King's Printer's account, $18 . 68 ; advertising, $330.77 

Gray, H. A., travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V — 9 



Harbours and Rivers : Ontario Generally. 

Amherstburg ($8.50). 

Jarmin, W. G., services of men and team removing yawl boat from storehouse and loading 
on steamer 



Lakes Couchiching andSimcoe. 

Clarke, Patrick, Washago : putting in and taking out stop-logs at Big and Little Falls, and 
attending water gauge 



Little Current ($181.43). 

Conductor, J. C. Wells, 1 d., $2; sub-conductor, 2 d. at $2; sundry labour, $11. 

Fraser, Wm., use of scow, 7 d. at 50c; Sims, T. C. & Co., sundries, $7.20 

Detailed in 1899-1900 (see page V-234) 



Marksville, Hilton Wharf 



37). 



Foreman, E. Stubbs, 20J d. at $3 ; labours, teams, &c, $129.87 

Eddy, Arken, gravel, 81 yds. at 85c. , 63 at 50c 

McGugan, A. &. J.: hemlock plank, 5,534 ft. at $10.50, 1,619 at $12 ; timber, pine, 388 ft. at 

5c, hemlock, 379 at 4c 

McGugan Bros. & Gemmel : hemlock plank, 3-in., 3,780 ft. at $10 ; hemlock timber, 12 x 12, 

720 ft. at $10 

Rickley, Steve : tamarac timber, 12-in., 56 ft. at 15c; pine, 274 ft. at 4c; hemlock, 20 ft. at 

7c 

Stubbs, E. & Co. : spikes, 288 lbs. at 4c ; sundry items, $6.95 

Small payments . 



Mount Julian: Repairs to Wharf ($99.74). 
Foreman, Geo. Mathews, 8 d. at $2 ; teams and labourers, $83.74. . 



Port Albert : Repairing Pier ($416.34). 

Foreman, Wm. T. Pellon, 25 d. at $3 ; teams and labourers, $150.48 

Buchanan & Son, plank, $18.36 ; Crawford, Jas., stone, 6| cords at $4 

Currell, A. V., stone, 3| cords at $4 ; Graham, J. B., stone, 5 cords at $4. . 
McConnell, W. E., cedar brush, $6; Pellon, Win., jr., stone, 5 cords at $4. . 

Pellon, W. T., travel and sundry outlay 

Richardson, W., stone, 5 cords at $4; Shields, H. A., stone, 15 cords at $4. 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



350 00 
18 77 
8L23 



450 00 



,200 00 
307 50 



,507 50 



176 62 

162 00 

17 49 

205 89 

349 45 

19 20 


930 65 



50 



20 00 



17 00 

10 70 
153 73 



191 37 
100 35 

112 08 

45 00 

20 76 
18 47 
10 34 



99 74 



225 48 


44 36 


34 00 


26 00 


6 50 


80 00 



1,224 38 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-221 



Harbours and Rivers : Ontario Generally — Concluded. 



Brought forward , 

Port Arthur : Repairs to Breakwater ($271.96). 

Foreman, Robt. Namer, 11 d. at $3 ; sundry labourers, 31 d. at $1.75 

Moore, D. J., sundries, $3.70 ; Manner, Robt., sundry outlay, $7.30 

Vigars Co., 288 ft. at $22, 240 at $20, 144 at $18 

Wells & Emerson : plates, 24-in. x G ft. $ in thick, with holes punched in edge, 1,744 lbs. at 
8ic; drift bolts, 217 lbs. at 5£c.; sundry items, $4.17 



Port Rowan: Repairs to Pier ($1,188.67). 

Foreman, John Collett, 20 d. at $2 ; carpenters, labourers, &c, $189.00 

Backhouse, J. H., pine lumber, 8 x 10, 1,102 ft. at $25 

Brown & Abbott : spikes, 1,000 lbs. at $5.20 ; iron, 177 lbs. at 3£c; sundries, $2.34 

Collett, John, brush, 2 loads at $2.50 ; Downs, D., supplying earth, $5 

Gamble & Place : pine plank, 3-in., 41,565 ft. at $20.50 ; lumber, 6 to 12 x 8 to 12, 440 ft. at $15 
Gordon, Thos., smithwork , 



Summerstown : Repairs to Wharf ($556.61). 

Conductor, Jos. Vipond, 10 d. at $2.50; carters and labourers, $54.13. 
Dunning, P. : pine planks, 3-in. x 11-in., 12 ft. to 13 ft., 12,887 ft. at 20c 

22 ft. to 35 ft., 3,206 ft. at $35; spruce plank, 1,720 ft. at $17 

Hagerty, H. : spikes, 600 lbs. at $4.10, 715 at $3.85, 1 keg, $4.56, 1 at $3.75 

$3.40 ; sundries, $12.34 

Vipond, Jos., sundry items 



timber, 9-in. x 9-in., 
wire nails, 1 keg, 



Sundry Expenditure ($3,336.26). 

Bell Telephone Co., exchange service, 1 year 17 days to Aug. 1, 1901 

Chatham Nav. Co. ; amount paid for removing obstructions to navigation in Thames River, 

as per instructions 

Newsome & Gilbert, Toronto : T.W. drop cabinet, $20 ; chair, $5 

Parr, James, Sault Ste. Marie, claim for loss of a horse through defect of planking Sault 

Ste. Marie wharf 

Rogers, Chas. & Sons Co. : standard correspondence case, $38 ; drawing table, $29 ; desk 

stool, $2 -. 

Topley, Studio : nitrate of silver, 1 lb., $9.50 ; 12 bottles collodion, 12 varnish, $16.80 

Toronto Electric Co. : time, $2.70 ; materials, $2.15 

Express : Dominion Express Co., $1.20 ; Canadian Express Co., $1.25 

Salaries of Ottawa officials (Page V — 15) 

Travel of Ottawa officials : Jules d'E. Clement, $11.85; I. Cote, $31.90, outstanding $5.80 ; 

D. J. O'Donoghue, $27.60; J. Ls. Michaud, $114.40; H. C. Stevenson, $350.91, (to be 

deposited, $9.80) 

King's Printer's account, $15.50 ; Stationery Office, Ottawa, $209.95 



Engineers, <bc., Ontario: Salaries, Travel, <L-c. ($2,797.76), 



.(Page V— 260) 



Detailed with ' Chief Engineer's Staff ' 

Chaloner, Chs. F. X., engineer in charge, Feb. -Mar., 59 d. at $4.50 

Cauchon, Jos., Winnipeg, travel and outlay 

Gingras, E. F. , asst. engineer, Feb. -Mar. , 59 d. at $4 

Gray, Henry A., resident engineer, Toronto: travel and outlay, $254.44; postage, 11 m., 

$72 . 75 ; rent of typewriter, 11 m. at $5 

Stewart, Robt. C, assistant engineer, travel and sundry outlay 

Sing, J. G., assistant engineer, travel and outlay 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



Gull Harbour, IVIanitoba : Wharf. 

Johnson, John : conductor and foreman, Nov. 1-13, Dec. 6-Feb. 22, 19'7 d. at $2, 45£ d. at $3 ; 
carpenter, Mar. 1-31, 20 d. at $3 

Mackenzie, D. J., conductor, Feb. 2, 4-28, 5 d. at $3.50 

De Winter, C: clerk, Nov. 21- Jan. 31, 9 d. at $2, 52 at $2.50 ; asst. carp., Feb. 1-28, 24 d. at 
$2.50 ; board, Nov., Dec. and Jan., $26.40, Jan. and Feb., 2 m. at $12 ; travel, Feb. 28- 
Mar. 5, from Gull Hbr. to Winnipeg, $8 35 

Robertson, E. Blake, clerk, Feb. 24-Mar. 31, 36 d. at $2.50 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c, November-March 

Bourget, Octave, rodman for mo. of February, 28 d. at $2.50 

Barber, F. W., stone, 7 ' 13 cords at $4 ; Dickinson, Geo. S., freight, $12.07 

Finnisson, K., 58 pes. spruce, $12.18 ; Hudson Bay Co., 2 pr. snowshoes, $7 

' Carried forward 



$ cts . 
1,224 38 



87 25 

11 00 

13 73 

159 96 



229 62 
27 54 
60 53 
10 00 

858 68 
2 30 



79 13 

399 18 



76 18 
2 12 



43 35 

97 40 

25 00< 

100 00 

69 00 

26 30 
4 85 
2 45 

2,200 00 



542 46 
225 45 



1,663 17 

265 50 

44 25 

236 00 

382 19 

166 85 

39 80 



9,375 64 



235 90 
17 50 

266 75 
90 00 
1,694 62 
70 00 
40 59 
19 18 



2,434 54 



V-222 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Gull Harbour, Manitoba : Wharf— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Millidge & McLean, horse hire for Mr. Malhiot 

Municipality of Gimli, use of pile driver during March 

Robinson & Co. : use of pile driver, 15 d. at SI . 50 ; sundry, $7 . 11 

Stephenson, K. I., smith work, $8 ; Wood, Geo. D. & Co., 2 jack-screws, $13.86 

Vulcan Iron Co. : chains with hooks, &c, 156 lbs. at 9c; 4 mooring posts and bolts, $13.10; 
drift bolts, 1,680 lbs. at 3^c; screw bolts, 578 lbs. at 4jc; iron straps with holes for bolts, 
135 lbs. at 3^c; ship spikes, 331 lbs. at 4c; freight, $6.45 

Young, W. S. : ice saws and handles, 3 at $7.50 ; 2 lance tooth saws, $6.30; 2 broad axes, 
$6.25; chopoing axes, 5 at $1.10, 1 at $1.25; axe handles, 16 at 25c; 10 ship augers, 
$13.90; scoop shovels, 3 at $1.35 ; sundries, $22.60. . . 

Paymaster, Jos. Cauchon, travel and outlay 

Total carried to page V — 9 



Hnausa : Wharf, Repairs and Extensions. 

Pay-lists, Oct.-Feb. : conductor, D. J. McKenzie, 40 d. at $3.50 

Foreman, G. Oddliefsson, 55 d. Oct.-Dec at $3 

Sub-conductors, days Oct. -Nov. at $2.50 : J. M. Bjorgford 9, B. Marteinsson 8' 5, G 
Oddliefsson 18, S. Oddliefsson 29 ; 

Labourers, carpenters, teams, &c 

Anderson, Jonas, inspector, 53 d. Nov.-Dec at $3 

Ashdown, J. H., picks and crowbars, $11.03 ; Finnsson, K., lumber, $36.74 

Fridfinnsson, S., 5 d. labour at $1 .50 ; Griffith, G. L., engineer, 46 d. at $5 

Jonsson, O. : labour, 9 h. at 30c, 104 lbs. iron at 6c, 300 coal at l|c 

Mackenzie, J. K., provisions, $9.15 ; McKenzie, D. J., travelling exp., $7 

Millidge & McLean : team, 11 d. at $4, 7 d. at $5 ; single rig, $1 

Oddliefsson, G. : 60 tamarac piles 25 ft. long at 9c ; 4000 ft. timber at $15 

Oddliefsson, S., 17^ d. labour, March, at $1.50 

Robertson, E. B., travelling exp., $7 ; Robinson & Co., 10"29cords wood at $2.75 ... , 

Sigurdson Bros. : teaming, 26 d. at $3.50 ; use of blacksmith shop, $25 ; freight, &c, $38.07 

lumber and hardware, $26 .90 „ - 

Thordasson, S., 20 cross ties 20 ft. long at $1 .50 

Vulcan Iron Co. : 7,809 lbs. bolts at 3^c ; 800 lbs. spikes at 4c; straps, $2.38 ; freight, $13.78. 
Young, W. S. : peavies, 2 at $2.25 ; 1 handle, 50c 

Total, corried to page V— 9 

Lake Manitoba : Additional Outlets, &c. 

Lemoine. Frs. : work done on contract at Fairford, est. 6 to Mav 31, 1901, $27,001.80 ; less 
drawback of 10 p.c $2,701.80 and $7,410.00 paid in 1899-1900 (page V— 235 1899-1900). . . 

Esplin, Chas. : examining dredge tug boat and scows, 19 d. (board included) at $5.75 ; travel 
from Winnipeg to Fairford and return, $9 . 25 

Ferris, A. H. : inspector, July 1-Dec 31, April 15- June 30, 260 d. at $3 ; outlay, $32.45. . , 

Martel & Lemoine : hire of tug, 7 d. at $12, 15| d. at $11 



$ cts. 

2,434 54 

107 00 
15 00 
34 61 
21 86 



136 37 



86 35 
60 15 

2,895 88 



Total, carried to page V 



Selkirk: Wharf, 



Pay-lists, Oct, 23, 1900-Feb. 6, 1901 ($2,436.51)— 

Foremen : Alex. Livingston, Oct. 23-31, 8 d. at $3, Nov. 1-17, 17 d. at $3.50 ; W. Darling, 

Nov. 16-21, 5 d. at $3.50 ; D. J. MacKenzie, Nov. 21-Jan. 14, 47 d. at $3.50 

Foremen of pile-driver : Sam. Devlin, Oct. 29-Nov. 13, 13 d. at $3 ; Alex. Gillan, Oct. 

26-31, 4-8 d. at $3 ; Alex. Gilleland, Nov. 1-5, 4 d. at $3 

Carpenters, labourers, teams, &c , 

Boland, Jas. R., hire of pile driver and tackle, 12 d. at $5 

Hooker & Co. : 3 in. tamarac, 5,062 ft. at $22.50, 1,697 ft. at$20.50; sundry, $10.36; short paid,37c 

Rat Portage Lumber Co. : lumber at $20, 3,120 ft. of 6 x 12 in. x 12-16 ft., 980 ft. of 4 x 10 in. 
x 20-16 ft., 2,533 ft of 10 x 10 in. x 16 ft. ; 4-12 in. x 10-12 in. x 20 ft. lumber, 17,100 ft. at 
$22 ; 10 x 10 in. lumber, 2,566 ft. of 22 ft. long at $23 ; 2,600 ft. of 24 ft. long at $24 ; 3-6 
in. x 8-10 in. x 12-16 ft., 1,600 ft. at $18.50 ; 3 x 10 in. x 18 ft., 2,250ft. at $19.50; 20 
ft. tamarac piles, 18 at 10c a ft., 22 at 20c a ft. ; overpaid, $1 .87 

Robinson & Co. : moving lumber from dock site, 14 labourers, 268 h. in ail at 12^c ; teams, 
25 h. at 40c ; piles, 6,386 ft. at 10c ; 3 in. special plank, 9,009 ft. at $17 ; 2 In. lumber, 
257 ft. at $17 ; tamarac, 13,782 ft. at $20.50, 1,272 ft. for $28.78 ; 10 x 12 in. x 16 ft. pine, 
800 ft. at $24.50; sawing, $27.72 

Carried forward 



140 00 


165 00 


96 00 


3,564 58 


159 00 


47 77 


237 50 


12 69 


16 15 


80 00 


195 00 


26 25 


35 30 


180 97 


30 00 


321 47 


5 00 


5,312 68 



16,890 00 

118 50 
812 45 
254 50 



18,075 45 



265 50 

65 40 

2,105 61 

60 00 

158 65 



829 75 



1,198 21 



4,683 12 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-223 



Selkirk : \\Ua.rf—Conrti(ihif. 



Brought forward 



mooring posts and bolts, $22.92 ; 6 chains with hooks, &c, 234 lbs. at 9c. 



Vulcan Iron Co. : 

freight, 82 33 
Young, W. S.: manilhi line, 138 lbs. at 20c; iron, 2,435 lbs. at 4c. ; boat spikes, 1,000 lbs. at 

6c. ; wrot. spikes, 1,000 lbs. at 0c. ; cast washers, 1,528 lbs. at 6c. ; mach. bolts, 2,224 lbs. 

at 9c. ; coil chain, 646 lbs. at 8c. ; sundries, $19.54 ; smith work, $79.69 

Stone, 74 0275 cords at $4 : Fred. W. Barber (manager, farm of Sir W. C. Van Home), $231 ; 

Alex. Baniott, 17.81 j John Edw. Harriott, $6.69; Rod. McKenzie, $32.61; Alex. 

Spence, 818 

Stone, 37 45 cords at $5: Robt. Begg, $5.23; Alex. Birston, $8.90; Hy. Calder, $29.24; 

J. Darcis, $35.23 ; Rod. McKen/.ie, $26.08 ; Alex. Pruden, $28.04 ; Thos. Pruden, $1.21 ; 

Jacob Spence, $11.02 ; Edw. Taylor, $21.15 (certified by Alex. Livingston Nov. 31900), 

$21 . 15 (certified by D. J. Ma ckenzie, Nov. 3, 1900) 

Small payments: telegrams, $2.46; telephones, $7.53; board of Alex. Livingstone, $14.30; 

board of H. J. Lamb, $2.50; smith work, $14.20; hardware, $2.94; cutting ice, $6; 

cartage, $5.75 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



Wliari" on Lake Winnipeg. 

Vopin, John J., work done on contract for landing pier at Gimli (see page V — 235, 1899-1900). 
Anderson, Jonas, inspector: services, July -Oct., 106 d. at $3; expenses, Gimli to 

Selkirk, $1.50 

Gimli wharf construction, April 27-June 30, 1901 ($275.70)— 

Conductor, A. J. Skagfeld, 207 d. at $3 

Clerk of works, C. De Winter, 5 d. at $2.50 , 

Labourers, 18 in all, 951 d. at $1.50 

Teams, Steve Skagfeld, 167 at $3.50 

Malhiot, Zeph., resident engineer, sundry disbursements and boat-hire 



Total, carried to page V — 9. 



Harbours, Rivers and Bridges : Manitoba. 

Griffith, Geo. L., C.E. : services, Jan. 1-11, 11 d. at $5 ; hotels, meals, &c, $21.10 

Latimer, J. R. S., asst. engineer, 3 d. at $3.50 

Harding, H. D., Aylmer, draughtsman, Nov. 1-Mar. 11, 129 d. at $3. . . 

Collier, E. Victor, stenographer, Feb. -April, 3 m. at $30 

Bourget, Octave, rodman, 6 d. in Oct., Nov.-Jan., Mar., 126 d. in all at $2.50 

Racey, E. F. : rodman, Sept. 1-22, 22 d. at $2 ; subsistence, $12.25 

Bailey, John, cleaning office, $5 : Burke, R., team-hire, $76 

Banfield, A. F. : carpet and paper, 16 yds. at $1.15 ; mirror, $7.50 ; duster, 60c 

Burns, Walter, & Son, team and driver, 8 d. at $6 ; Dom. Express Co., charges, $43.10 

Harstone Bros. : coal, 1 ton in sacks, $8.50 ; h cord pine, cut and split, $3.50 

Kelly Bros. & Co., assisting engineer to lay out work : man, 45 h. at 20c; 15 p.c. on $9 

wages, $1 . 35 

Manitoba Land Co., rent, including heating, for offices and storeroom for April 

Miller, Morse & Co., Chesterman's metallic tapes, 4 of 100 ft. at $3 

Richardson, R. D., & Co., stationery, $11.15 ; Schmidt & Co., repairing staff, $11 

Stewart, C. C. , making plan re dock improvements . 

Removal of snags, &c, in Red and Assiniboine River — 

Robertson, W. J. F. , foreman, 12 d. at $3 

Hall Bros., removing obstructions from channel, 61^ h. at $6. 

Legal services, Howell & Mathers re Cumber vs. Racey 

Cauchon, Jos., paymaster : travel and outlay ■ 

Malhiot, Z., resident engineer, travel and outlay 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Detailed with " Chief Engineer's Staff " (Page V— 260) 

Detailed with " Dredging, Manitoba " (Page V — 245) 

Total, carried to page V— 9 



Harbours, Rivers and Bridges: Norlli-west Territories Generally. 

Gouin, W. F., salary as resident engineer, 365 d. to June 30at$5.50 ; travelling, hotel expenses 

and livery, $266 : advance for sundry disbursements, $200 

Canehon, Joseph, paymaster, travelling expenses 

Greenwood, James G. S., typewriting reports, 150 folios at 10c 

Total, carried to page V — 9 



$ cts. 
4,683 12 

46 31 

717 71 

296 11 

187 25 



55 68 


5,986 18 


1,050 00 


319 50 


62 10 


12 50 


142 65 


58 45 


15 55 



1,660 75 



76 10 

10 50 

387 00 

90 00 
315 00 

56 25 
81 00 

26 50 

91 10 
12 00 

10 35 

27 50 
12 00 
22 15 

6 00 

36 00 

369 00 

5 00 

94 00 

1,485 11 

8 50 

100 66 

106 66 

3,434 38 



2,473 50 

4 20 

15 00 

2,492 70 



V-224 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Anderson and Kennedy Lakes, B.C.: Clearing Outlets. 

Str. 'Princess,' Aug., 1900 ($48.55). 

Chungranes, D. K., provisions, $10.85 ; Erskine, Wall & Co., provisions, $11.10 
Porter, R. & Sons : meat, 101 lbs. at 12^c. ; sundry, 13 . 93 



Anderson Lake ($1,149.70). 

Pay-lists, April 5-May 23, 1901 : foreman at $4, H. Drinkwater 38 d.; asst. at $3.50, A. Mc 
Linden 9 d. ; rockmen at $3, J. Drinkwater 36 d., R. Fayette 36 d., John Goltz 20 d., R 

McKinlay 37 d.; blacksmith at $3, J. Bryden 37 d.; Cook at $2.50, J. Coleman 49d 

Chungranes, D. K., provisions, $20.60 ; Coleman, E. S., pr. rock tongs, $5 

Fitzgerald & Burke, teamsters, $4 ; Kirkpatrick, Thos., tongs, &c., $4.50. . 

Labelle, A., meals, &c, $11.25 ; Law, H. S., provisions, $193.43 : 

Str. Willie, freight, $51.60 ; Waterhouse, A. E., hardware, $55.32 



Kennedy Lake ($1,300.86). 

Pay-lists, March 9-May 22, i901 : foreman at $4, W. J. Ledingham 59 d.; asst. at $3 50, J 
Chesterman 56^ d.; axemen at $2.50, J. Arnet 21 d., J. H. Lomax 29 d.; drill hands at 
$3, J. Arnet 19^ d., J. H. Lomax 19| d., H. J. Quigenberry 11 d.; smith's helper at $2.50, 
J. H. Quigenberry 32d. ; cook at $60, J. W. Roseberry 37 d., $73.74 

Anseth & Whigen, lumber $15.80 ; hardware, $2.65 

Hinds, F., tent, $35 ; Ledingham, W. S., outlay $12.10 

Provisions, hardware, &c. : Clayoquot Co., $124.52; Stockham & Dawley, $202.80; A. E. 
Waterhouse, $45.50 , 

Total, carried to page V — 9 



Columbia River : Improvements above Golden. 

Pav-lists of employees, July-Nov., 1900 ($2,205.55)— 

' Conductor, F. W. Aylmer, 5 m. at $180 

Foreman, J. A. Mclntyre : at $75, $269.77 ; at $3.50, $45.50 

Engineer at $70 : Geo. Moore, $20.32 ; John McMillan, $259.67 

Firemen at $45 : John McMillan, $13.05 ; A. Collins, $166.92 

Labourers : at $40, $290.32 ; at $2.50, $100 

Cook, Quan Suay, July-Oct., 4 m. at $35 

Pay-lists of employees, May-June, 1901 ($307)— 

Mills, S.: foreman, 31^ d. at $3.50 ; watchman, 18 d. at $1, , 

Carpenters, 7h d. at $3 ; labourers, 62| ^. at $2.50 

Anderson, R. F. & Co., valves, &c, $18.50 ; Dewar, N. M., smithwork, $15 50 

Elk Park Ranch Co : 997 lbs. beef, $119.05 ; sundry, $14.25 

Hamilton, A. C, cartage, $4 ; Hull Bros. & Co., meat, $19.50 

Henderson, Jas.: hauling out dredge Muskrat and two scows, Nov., 1900 

Lake & Co., provisions, $25.60 ; McDermot, G. B., provisions, &c, $207.24 

Mercier, F., bringing two scows up river to old steamboat landing 

Parson, H. G., provisions, $12.49 ; Trapp & Co., lubricator, $8.50. 

Upper Columbia Navigation Co., freight, $91.25 ; Warren, C. A., hardware, $11.90. 



$ cts. 



21 95 
26 60 



804 00 

25 60 

8 50 

204 68 

106 92 



862 49 
18 45 
47 10 

372 82 



2,499 11 



Total, carried to page V— 9 



Columbia River : Narrows between Arrow Lakes. 

Sapandowski, Chas. : looking after plant, 13 m. to May 31, 1901, at $4 ; labour during high 
water, June 28-30, 3 d. at $2 .50 



Columbia River : Protection of Banks at Revelstoke. 

British Columbia Govt., balance of contribution by Dominion Govt, (specially voted). 

Duncan River: Improvements. 



Pay-list of employees, May 1-28, 1901 

" at $3.50, C. R. Mulholland, 20 d., D. D. McPhail, 19 d 



foreman at $4, John McDonald, 24 d.; asst. foreman 

boatmen at $4, A. A. Sparks, 

labourers, 493 d. at $3 ; total, $1,839.50 ; less, $461.72 



16 d. ,W. L. Wright, 16 d 

stoppages 

Bradshaw Bros.: 4 tents, $11, $14, $15, $15 ; netting, 82 yds. at 10c 

Byers, H. & E., camp utensils, $124.21 ; C. P. R., fares and freight, $39.75 
Crawford, Geo., horse-hire, $10 ; Dill & Morris, hardware, $202.61. . . . .. 

Dunn & Sheeran, teaming, $94.87 ; Giegerich, J., provisions, $307.75 



900 00 


315 27 


279 99 


179 97 


390 32 


140 00 


128 25 


178 75 


34 00 


133 30 


23 50 


57 50 


232 84 


125 00 


20 99 


103 15 


3.242 83 



Carried forward. 



59 50 



6,053 76 



1,377 78 

63 20 

163 96 

212 61 

402 62 



2,220 11 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
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V-225 



Duncan Kivor: Improvements Concluded. 

Brought forward 

Green Bros., provisions, $147.35 ; tobacco, .$9.05 ; freight, 12.60 

Hast in, (i., hospital dues, 4ti men at $1 (included in sllil .72 stoppages) 

Lindsay, H. L : boat-hire, 62 d. at $1 ; damages by jam, $25 ; sundry, $13 

Proulx, ( :. A.: provisions, $72.30 ; hardware, $>7.95 

Simpson Bros.: storage of govt, tools, Janll,1900 to May 11, 1900, 15 m., $12.60; sundry, $6. 26 
Str. Hercules, fares and freight, .$13 ; Young, D. J., sundry, .$5 

Total, carried to page V— 9 

FraDer River: Improvement of Snip Channel. 

foreman : Sand. Smith, 98 d. Sept. -Dec. at $5, 5871 m., Jan. -June at $125 ; A. McDonald 

I I d. Sept. at $4 : X. Larsen, L3d. April at $4 

Fon man of mattress camp, -las. ( krarlay, 188 d. Sept. -June at .$3.50 

Foremen of quarry at $3: A. McKeracher, 105 44 d., Sept. -Jan.; Thos. Binnie, 11233 d. 

Feb. -June 

Foreman < f ship carpenters, A. McDonald, 40.55 d., May-June at $5 

Ship carpenters, days May -June at $4.50 : M. MacAskill 4711, D. McLaughlin 33, G. Mc 

Lachlan 4(5 55, F. Mercer !), W. Peck 44 11, B. Taylor 22 

Carpenters : W. Howay, 19433 d., Sept. -June at $2.50, 1 m. Jan., at $50 ; F. Magers, 13 d.. 

Sept. at $2.50; Geo. Turnbull, 26 d., Dec. at $3.50; W. Turnbull, Dec., 11 • 58 d. at $3; 

J. McMurphy, 13 d., Dec. at $3 

Blacksmiths ■ I). Currie, 9522 d., Mar. -June at $3 ; John Douglas, 20543 d., Sept. -June at 

$3 ; 1). McNown, 183 d., Sept. -May at $2.50 ; G. Swain, 11165 d., Sept.-Feb. at $3 

Watchman, .lames McColl, 1 m., Jan. at $50 

Crew of snagboat Sampson, Jan. -April ($2,191.29)— 

Captain, C. H. Debeck, 4 m. at $125 ; engineer, L. H. Hatherley, 4 m. at $100 : . . . 

Mates : Nils Larsen, 2 m. at $70 ; Murdoch Young, 2 m. at $70 

Firemen : Murdoch Young, 2 m. at $50 ; R. Loop, 2 m. at $50 

Blacksmiths : Fred. Ward, Jan., $37.74 ; Gad. Swain, Mar.-April, $93.55 

Deckhands at $40 ■ C. Berglund, 3 m.; L. S. Hughes, 2 m.; R. Toop, 2 m.; E. Sabourin, 
l' m. ; Don. Stewart. 4 m 

Cook, Wo Hem, 4 m. at $40 

Commissary, G. L. Peck, 8'7 m., Sept. -June at $70 . .'. 

Cook. : Regis Hudon, 26 m., Sept.-Nov. at ,$45, 5927 m., Dec-May at ,$60 ; O. H. Peter- 
son, 26 m. Sept.-Nov. at $60, 3 d., Dec. at $2 ; W. Philpot, 1161 m., Dec. -Jan. at $40, 

4 m., Feb. -Mar. at $45, \ m. June $25 

Assistant cooks ■ C. Berglund at $30, in Nov., $7 ; C. Bone, 1193 m. Dec-Jan. at $25, 1 m. 

Feb. at $28; H. Fearinside, 2333 m., Sept.-Oct. at $25; Austin Fraser, 2366 m. in 

S. pt.-Oct. at $15; D. Hudon, 2194 m., Dec.-Feb. at $30, 271 m., Mar.-May at $35; 

M. M. Obnstead, 2333 m., Sept.-Oct. at $30 ; H. Swain, 35 m., Mar.-June at $25 

Labourers. 8,962685 d. Sept. -June at $2.25 



% ots. 
2,220 17 



l.v.i 00 


46 00 


100 00 


L30 26 


is 75 


is 00 



LESS Stoppages for board of men. 



Appleby, Herbert, 53 d. July- Sept. at $3, special watchman at Garry Point 

Benson, H. D., construction of 2,700 ft. dyke on Fraser River 

Benson & Ayling, fish, fruit, vegetables, &c, for ss. Sampson, Sept.- June 

British Columbia Printing, &c, Co., 1,000 tide gauge forms 

Brooks, E. W., making keys and metal work 

Brown, Leo, cartage. Sept. Nov., New Westminster to Mattress Camp 

Brunette Sawmill Co.: fir, 18.600 ft. 3 x 12 at $9.50, 46,067 ft. 8 x 10 x 26 at $9.50, 33,800 ft. 
5 x 8 x 26 at $9.50, 2,030 ft. 3 x 12 z 24 at $9.60 ; sundry timber various sizes, 20,514 ft. at 
$9.50 : oakum, 18 lbs. at 15c ; pitch, 25 lbs. at 5c; haulage, $10 

Canadian Pacific Ry.: freight charges on 577 bdls. fence wire and 97,470 lbs. bar iron steel, &c 

Carp, John, attending tide gauge, 3 m. July Sept. at $5 

Central Livery Stable, hire of horse and buggy, 6 trips 

Chamberlin, W. C, repg. 2 clocks, $2 ; Columbian Co., The, printing 100 posters, $4.50 

Cooper, .lames : 84 Bteel rails. 15 ? §j tons at $48 per ton ; 84 pre. plates and bolts at 33!c; 



spikes, l,0001b8. at x:L 15a 100; 839 bars g-in. rd. iron. 

32 boxes nuts, 8,000 at $4.36 



20,090 lbs. at $1.90; 9 boxes 
less freight charges on C . P . R., 



ater rates for snagboat Sampson, 6 m. Jan-June, 



washers, 1,985 at $4 75 

$29.25 

Corbett & Co., hardware and plumbing. . . 
Corporation of City of New Westminster : 

$15; electric lighting, $12.83 

Cosmopolitan Hotel, meals and l>ed for men 

Crake, F., cleaning and repairing water gauge clocks 

Debeck, H. L., 238 lbs. '.-in. test chain at 5c; DeGray, F. S., laundry, $4.25 . 
Denison, F. C, travelling expenses, &c, $9.00 ; Dunn, Thos. & Co., 1 clawbar, $3 50 



2,692 17 



1,331 87 
658 00 

663 32 

202 77 

908 00 



732 93 

1,694 42 

50 00 

90(i 00 

280 00 

' 200 00 

131 29 

520 00 
160 00 
609 00 



886 06 



476 80 
20,166 04 

30,560 50 
7,866 12 



22,694 38 

159 00 

2,000 00 

717 99 

20 00 

15 00 

5 25 



1,153 76 

1,022 10 

15 00 

12 00 

6 50 



1,575 89 
34 82 

27 83 
his 50 
2 75 
16 15 
13 10 



1 — 15v 



Carried forward 29,600 02 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1900-1901 

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 1902 



Fraser River : Improvement of Ship Channel — Continued. 



Brought forward 



Dominion Wire Man. Co. : galvanized wire, 30,070 lbs. at $3.90, 40,114 lbs. at $3 

Endersby, W., unloading 144 tons coal at 25c , 

Gillanders, C. W., 26 cords wood at $3 

Gilley Bros. : 3 tons B. S. coal at $19.50 ; 1 brl. lime at $1 .60 ; haulage, $33 

Hall, Win., attending tide gauge at Sumas, 12 m. to June 30 at $10 

Hardie & Thompson : boilermaker's time, 12^ d. at $6 ; helper, 5 d. at $4 ; hardware and 

expenses, $27 . 50 

Harvey, H., cotton, $3.10; Hinton Elect. Co., wire and tape, $12.90 

Hotel Colonial : 202 meals at 50c. ; 137 nights lodgings at 50c 

Ho way, W. , watchman, July 1-Sept. 12 at $50 per m 

Hunt, E., broom and candles, 70c; Hunter, J. B., services during freshet, $10 

Imperial Cannery : boat-hire, m D ssenger, &c 

Kirk, H. T. : hardware, crockery, kitchen utensils, $237.65; steel range, $55; less old stove 

in part exchange, $12 

Lower Eraser River Navigation Co., ss. Ramona, vegetables and hardware, 

MacAskill, Malcolm : rep., &c, 4 boats, $32.50 ; 4 d. at $4 

McColl, Wm.: attending Garry Point Observatory, 12 m. to June 30 at $25; 3 zincs for 

battery at 60c . . 

McCulloch, James, 184 quarts milk at 8c 

McDonough, C, provisions for snagboat Sampson c .... 

Muir, T. A. & Co., drugs and chemicals 

New Vancouver Coal, &c, Co.: coal,'54 tons at $4, 99 tons at $3, 3 at $6 ; 30 sacks at 3c. . . 
New Westminster and Burrard Inlet Tel. Co.: rent of telephone, 9 m. Oct. -July at $4 ; tolls 

in April, 10c = 

Nicholles & Renouf, 2 navvy wheelbarrows at $2.50. 

Peck, G. L., commissary, 1 m. Dec. at $70, travelling expenses, $16.70 

Pillow & Hersey Man. Co.: iron, square, 2,000 lbs. at l'6c, round, 20,005 lbs. at P5c; 1,000 

lbs. washers at 4ic; 4,000 lbs. sq. nuts at 3 '4c; less discount 3| p.c of $510.58 

Redfern, C. E., 1 tide gauge clock , 

Peichenbach & Co. , meat and provisions 

Richmond Hotel: 1,450 meals at 25c ; 527 nights lodging at 25c ; 4 d. board, $3; 45 lbs. 

tallow at 5c , . . . . 

Royal City Planing Mills Br., lumber and timber 

Rushton, Herbert, charter str. Bobs, 2 d. in Nov. and Dec. at $5 

Sabourin, E., 26,505 ft. piles at 5c 

Schaake Machine Works, The : hire of ss. Bobs, $6 ; time of machinist, 23Jh. at 50c, 17 h. at 

40c, 18J h. at 60c; time of blacksmith and helper, 3^ h. at 90c; hardware, $1.44 

Shirley, R. : 29 meals at 25e. ; 14 nights lodgings at 25c 

Speck, Alex., \\ h. work in repairing meters at 50c 

SS. Fearless : 227 d. work at $24 ; 838 meals at 25c 

SS. Hattie Young, freight on provisions 

Tom Lung, laundry, 37 ' 91 doz. at 40c for ss. Samson 

Tong Kee, vegetables, ss. Samson . . 

Trapp, T. J. & Co., hardware, powder, paints and oils 

Turner, Geo., assistant engineer: 12 m. to June 30 at $125; travelling expenses, $6.45; post- 
age, $13.50 ; telephones, $1.75 

Turnbull, Geo., carpenter, 17 d. at $3. 50 . 

Ward, Fred., blacksmith and deckhand, 7 d. at $45 per m 

Wise, J ohn, trip to Mattress camp > 



Total, carried to page V — 9 

Nanaimo Harbour: South Channel (Dredge 'Mudlark'). 

Albion Iron Works, foundry work, $33.19 ; Fraser, W. S. & Co., hardware, $13.75 

Robertson, John : lengthening 3 dipper teeth, $128.50 ; sundry, $29.05 

Tubman, Thos., carpenter : making long dipper-arm and stem-spud, 20 d. at $3.50 

Victoria Machinery Depot : foundry work, 368| h. at 50c; iron, 3,306 lbs. at 4c; sundry mate- 
rials, $97.16 



Total, carried to page V — 9. 



Skeena River. 

Herman, P. & Co., Port Essington — 

Hardware, $31.95 ; Cunningham's Invoice, $15.15 

Steamer Lottie N., 45-£ d. in Mar. -May, 1901, at $23. . 
Hudson's Bay Co. — 

Wages account, between Nov. 13, 1900, and May 20, 1901 . 

Supplies on account of mess 

Supplies, Sept. 29, 1900, to May 21, 1901 

Nicholles & Renouf, hardware and coal 

Total, carried to page V— 9.. . 



$ cts. 



29,600 02 


2,376 15 

36 00 

78 00 

93 10 

120 00 


122 50 

16 00 

169 50 

120 00 

10 70 

8 20 


280 65 

2 05 

48 50 


301 80 

14 72 

3,086 48 

12 80 

531 90 


36 10 

5 00 

86 70 


495 27 

15 00 

2,525 45 


499 50 

2,823 43 

10 00 

1,325 25 


39 82 

10 75 
2 25 

5,657 50 

2 00 

15 15 

11 25 
2,790 50 


1,521 70 

59 50 

11 25 

4 00 


54,976 44 


46 94 

157 55 

70 00 


413 65 


688 14 


47 10 
1,046 50 


3,077 27 

481 29 

1,073 38 

75 87 


5,801 41 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: EXPENDITURE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1 



V-227 



Victoria Harbour: Removal of Rock, and Dredging. 

Conductor, John Pascoe, Oct. -June : 218A d. at $4 

Drilhnan : \V. Roek< lly, Oct. -Mar., 157* d. at $3.50; R. Hampton, April- June, 60 d. at $3.25. 

Blacksmith at $3.50 : \V. J. Ledingham 92 d., John White 52 d., W. J. Hambly 61 d 

Blacksmith, John White, 3 d. at 12.50 ; blacksmith-helper, C. Goodwin, 2114 d. at .$2.50 

Drill-helper: R. Hampton, Oct. -Mar., 133£ d. at §2.50; J. McDonald, April-June, 61 d. 
atS2.75 



Fireman at $2.50: Geo. P. Kelly 944 d., T. Si vert/. 113J d 

Watchman, W. ( Jlark, Oct.-June, 223 d. at $2.50 

Carpenter, Thos. Tubman, 37 d. at $3.50, 16£ at $4 

Carpenter, Alex. Bruce, 13A d. in Jan. at $4 , 

Calking scow, Hy. Blake, 7 d. in Jan. at $4 

Cormack, Hv. : labour, 53 d. at $2.50 ; lighting lamps, 18 d. at 40c 

Barker, A., blasting tube 492 ft. at 9c; Fiaser, W. S. & Co., hardware $92.70 

Hall & Walker : washed screenings, 10 tons at $3 ; slack coal, 5 tons at $3 ; sundry, $21 

Hamilton Powder Co.: 75 pc. dynamite, 1,250 lbs. at 20|c; g.p. connecting- wire, 8,000 ft. at 

l*c ;-leading-wire, 500 ft. at 2?c. ; 4-ft. fuses, 550 at 4c. ; cement, $1 

Kingham & Co., washed screenings, 10 tons at $3 . 25, 33? at $3 . 50 

Marine Iron Works, foundry work $44.40; Marvin &Co., hardware $528.06.. , 

Nicholles & Renouf, hardware, $219.98 ; Taylor Co., lumber, $131.46 

Pierce, Well., Engineering & Supply Co. : No. 80 test-boring rig 

Victoria Machinery Depot, foundry work 

Victoria Times, advertising lights and piling 

Victoria Waterworks, water, $29.10 ;